Do you know the standard NFX15-140 ? It defines the different criteria for chamber compliance (warehouses, cold rooms, fridges, chillers, cool boxes…).
The Chamber Mapping Module enables to check if your equipments are stables and homogeneous
The Chamber Mapping Module enables to mission your Thermo Buttons (up to 30 per Mapping) by setting them up with the same parameters and assigning them a name (Top, Bottom, Middle, etc...).
This preparation phase also enables to enter the setting values and the Upper and Lower Limits of the chamber to control (example 5°C, ±3°C for a fridge).
After the datalogging, you can read your Buttons. All Buttons are read and archived automatically one after the other. A first graph enables to superimpose all the graphs automatically, so that you can see when the temperatures of the different Buttons stabilize.
The Mapping Module automatically calculates
- The mini and maxi averages for each logger
- The air temperature
- the homogeneity of the environment
- The maximum stability
- The error towards setting
ASSESSMENT AND TEST REPORT:
The compliance assessment takes into account the average of each logger and their maximum uncertainty . Indeed, each logger must be situated between the limits indicated for the chamber.
The module gives an automatic assessment but it is possible to modify the judgment or to declare the chamber partly compliant.
The report presents:
- the references of the mapping (Equipment identification, dates...)
- the graph of each logger,
- the graphs superimposition,
- the compliance graph per logger.
- the calibration references and uncertainties of the loggers
- the final assessment
- the comments
The report can be totally personalized:
Indeed, it can be sent in word. It can also be converted in PDF Acrobat format.
All mappings are saved in the data base of Thermo Track, so that you can consult the results whenever you want.
You can also download a report example like it is displayed in Thermo Track PC