Easily view data, check logger status, set alarms—and streamline your 21 CFR Part 11 reporting and compliance
With our 21 CFR Part 11 compliant InTemp mobile app, you can choose from preset monitoring configurations like refrigerator, storage, or freezer. Or create your own configuration for other monitoring applications. Keep things secure by setting an encrypted passkey that other mobile devices will require for connection to the logger.
View logger details like start time, logging interval, alarm limits, and whether a daily check has been performed. You can also configure, start & page the logger, download recorded data, and set an encrypted passkey.
Configure logging interval, logger start time, and alarm settings. Select from multiple default configurations or create your own custom configuration.
All CX loggers have an LED indicator that blinks red when temperatures exceed high or low thresholds. CX400 models also have an audible alert.
Perform daily checks of CX400 loggers by simply connecting to the logger and tapping "Perform Morning or Afternoon Check" or set a reminder in the app for the morning or afternoon.
Who should use the InTemp mobile app?
The InTemp mobile app is right for you if:
Your organization is using InTemp data loggers to monitor ambient and controlled environments
You want full control of InTemp logger and InTemp Gateway functions, including programming & starting loggers, downloading data, and reporting
The "Loggers" screen in the InTemp app displays a list of all data loggers within a 100-foot range, sorted by alarm status. Each row in the list represents a single logger, and shows key information such as the deployment name, battery power, status, sensor readings, serial number, and signal strength.
Generate & automate reports in the cloud
The InTemp app automatically syncs with the InTempConnect cloud platform, which provides command-center control over the supply chain. A secure PDF or XLSX report will give you information about when the logger was started and downloaded, a summary of any alarm excursions, a graph, min/max/average temperatures, and an audit report table that shows when and who connected to a logger.