Smart measurement devices for easy and accurate control of your quality metrics

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iMonitor offers a range of industrial internet of things (IIoT) measurement devices for easy and accurate control of your quality metrics such as temperature, humidity, pressure, or UV-C.

  • Inline probes and sensors monitor quality metrics automatically in real-time during your production run.
  • Wireless remote sensors for 24/7 real-time environmental monitoring.
  • Bluetooth enabled infra-red and penetration probes measure quality metrics precisely at your critical control point checks.

Being fully integratable with iMonitor’s software, the measurement devices transfer the recorded data automatically to the platform, ensuring complete data integrity and eliminating manual documentation.

Inline probes

Monitor quality metrics live during production run with iMonitor’s IIoT inline probes

Real-time manufacturing monitoring

Reduce downtime and waste

Real-time alerts

Eliminate paperwork

Data integrity

Increase productivity

Integratable with iMonitor’s software

How it works

Installed directly into production machinery, iMonitor’s industrial inline probes measure your key quality metrics in real-time during the whole manufacturing process. Fully integratable with the iMonitor software, the inline probe sends the collected data immediately to the cloud-based system. Real-time alerts in case of critical deviations enable immediate corrective actions, such as stopping the production run to fix the issue.

Installed directly into production machinery, iMonitor’s industrial inline temperature probe measures temperature in real-time during the whole production run. Installed into a manufacturing thermal well, it can measure the temperature of the food product while it is pumped or piped past the thermal well. 

Penetration probes have the advantage of measuring the core temperature of food products very precisely. Typical penetration probes leave visible holes in the final product. iMonitor’s ultra-thin penetration probe is specifically designed to reduce visible marks on the food product while having very rapid response to temperature changes. 

UV-C is commonly used for sterilisation of food products or in pharmaceutical manufacturing before the final product is released. iMonitor’s inline UV-C sensor monitors the UV-C level automatically during the manufacturing process, replacing time-consuming and expensive measuring processes. iMonitor’s system offers full visibility on UV-C levels by showing real-time graphs, allowing instant discussions on safe manufacturing, and automatically generating logs to match production batches. Price on request
iMonitor’s inline flow sensor automatically measures the amount of liquid or gas that is flowing through a manufacturing pipe at specific times. The flow sensor can be used to measure the thickness of certain food fluids such as the batching of yogurt into containers. Price on request
The pH-sensor monitors the pH-level of a product automatically during the manufacturing process. Potential applications are the measurement of wastewater that needs to be pH-neutral before disposal or the measurement of washing water of leafy greens during the manufacturing process. Price on request
iMonitor’s power meter periodically captures power use of an electrical device in Watts. Applicable usages include fine-tuning of refrigeration units to reduce power consumption. Definitive remote power checks and logs can show if a piece of equipment is running or not. Price on request
iMonitor’s colour sensor can measure the RGB value of any item or surface. Potential applications are the wireless remote monitoring of the ripening status of fruit in ethylene enriched ripening rooms or the colour of meat carcasses in storerooms enriched with nitrogen. Price on request

The high pressure sensor enables the measuring of pressurized CO2 tanks and can alert the manufacturer when a pre-defined low threshold is reached. This enables manufacturers to order new gas supplies before they run out of stock, avoiding manufacturing downtime. Price on request

iMonitor’s light intensity sensor monitors how much light is present in a specific area. Areas of application include the generation of long-term records of daylight hours to determine when crops are ready to harvest or to rate crop metrics. Price on request
Integrable with iMonitor’s IIoT sensor, industrial scales can be connected to the Internet to enable automated inline weight sampling of products or ingredients during production. Values generate time-stamped records either in real-time or post-production matched to production batches. Price on request
By measuring the chemical compositions of products and showing them in the form of different colours, the hyperspectral sensor can monitor and visualise the product’s different ingredients, such as sugar or fat. Price on request

When integrated with iMonitor’s IIoT device, the vibration sensor allows for sampling of maximum acceleration in three axes. Applications typically include machine monitoring for pre-emptive fault finding and fixing to prevent down-time. Other applications include environmental monitoring of roadways or bridges as well as cross-city monitoring for disaster events. Extended applications could include indication of machine on-time or functional state, and duration. Price on request

Environmental monitoring

Increase efficiencies and manage risk with iMonitor’s 24/7 remote monitoring

Real-time environmental monitoring

Reduce waste and inventory loss

24/7 alerts

Eliminate manual monitoring and paperwork

Data integrity

Increase productivity

Integratable with iMonitor’s software

How it works

iMonitor’s wireless remote sensors fully automate measuring your quality metrics, removing the need for repetitive tasks like monitoring cold storage temperatures. Integratable with iMonitor’s software, the wireless sensors send data instantly to the cloud-based system, preventing data manipulation and eliminating manual measuring tasks.

All of iMonitor’s remote monitoring devices are IANZ and NIST certified.

iMonitor’s wireless monitoring sensor is a smart device that on its own measures ambient temperature, but can also serve as base sensor module that is fully expandable to cover a wide range of additional quality metrics with our sensor extensions below.

The IIoT device generates live data without the need to be plugged into a computer to read the recorded data like conventional data loggers. Recorded data is automatically transmitted to the cloud-based iMonitor system but if needed it can also log data for up to two months.

The dual temperature and humidity sensor can monitor both ambient temperature and humidity simultaneously. This provides automated environmental monitoring for food and pharmaceutical manufacturers. The sensor reports logs to match production batches while also being able to alert if safe production conditions are breached.

iMonitor’s environmental low pressure sensor can measure the ambient differential pressure in cleanrooms often used in pharmaceutical manufacturing.

iMonitor’s ground moisture sensor measures dampness of soil. Fields of application are in the farming and wine-growing industries, for instance, where ground moisture is a key quality metric. The sensor can also be used to better allocate water resources. Price on request
iMonitor’s power meter captures power use of an electrical device in Watts. Applicable usages include fine-tuning of refrigeration units to reduce power consumption. Definitive remote power checks and logs can show if a piece of equipment is running or not. Price on request
iMonitor’s light intensity sensor monitors how much light is present in a specific area. Areas of application include the generation of long-term records of daylight hours to determine when crops are ready to harvest or to rate crop metrics. Price on request
The GPS unit provides the option of location tracking. This feature is particularly useful for the logistics industry and specifically for the tracking of assets. Price on request

iMonitor offers numerous gas sensors to measure ambient concentrations of most gasses, for example, ethylene, nitrogen, hydrocarbon, or sulphur. An ethylene sensor, for instance, can be used to measure and balance the correct level of ethylene concentration in the banana ripening process to provide a safe and healthy working environment for staff. Price on request

Hand-held probes

Accurate and reliable temperature control with Bluetooth probes

Smart probes provide precise quality control

Eliminate paperwork

Easy to use

Reduce human errors

High accuracy

Data integrity

Integratable with iMonitor’s software

Infra-red probe

Contactless thermometer for measuring surface temperatures

Penetration probe

Bluetooth thermometer for measuring core temperatures

How it works

iMonitor’s Bluetooth probes provide precise and quick temperature measures. Fully integratable with the iMonitor software, the smart probes send the accurate data automatically to the cloud-based system.

Monitoring solution FAQ’s

iMonitor offers a broad range of monitoring devices, from Bluetooth enabled infra-red or penetration probes through IIoT inline probes to wireless remote sensors with additional sensor heads. The devices are customisable to measure various quality metrics, such as temperature, humidity, pressure, or UV-C. 

iMonitor will supply a Gateway/Receiver that has to be plugged into a spare port in your switch or modem using an ethernet cable. This port should be DHCP enabled with full internet access.

Yes. Self-installation can be as simple as placing the monitoring devices (sensors) in the appropriate locations, connecting the iMonitor gateway into your modem with an ethernet cable and signing up online to create your account and dashboard. 

Self-installation:
Installation of iMonitor’s hardware is as simple as connecting the receiver (gateway) into your modem with an ethernet cable. Place the monitoring devices (wireless sensors) in the appropriate locations. It is recommended that the power meter is installed by a registered electrician.

Installation by iMonitor:
iMonitor can also arrange installation – price on application (POA).

iMonitor’s sensors are iANZ certified and checked for calibration. They are typically accurate to +/- 0.3 degrees Celsius. A higher degree of accuracy can also be supported if needed and is PoA.

iMonitor’s sensors will report temperatures once every five minutes. The reporting interval can be customised down to 30 seconds.

Yes, the system can notify you, or designated employees via email and/or SMS.

There are no limitations for email. SMS notifications are limited to 50 SMS per month. If needed, additional SMS can be purchased (Terms & conditions apply).

Yes, all devices are calibrated, and annual calibration is provided as part of the service agreement.

The minimum rental quantity is three units.

iMonitor offers two types of receivers: a basic receiver and a managed receiver that offers battery back-up and 5G access.

The monitoring device starts logging the data to avoid data loss. The managed receiver starts to use the battery backup and switches to 4G to ensure connectivity. You are notified of the gateway’s status to fix any issue. If you need assistance, iMonitor’s customer service team will help. You can contact us via the chatbot on our website, on 0800 274 7014 or via email to support@imonitor.co.nz.

Yes, but you lose the benefit of automatically temperature logging into your software platform.

Yes. Our products are all reusable, you just need to ship it back to us. At the end of life, all devices are recycled.

No. There is no cost associated with our recycling program.

Hardware and its associated peripherals should be recycled for a couple of reasons:

  • Some materials in the products can be reused for the production of new products, minimizing the impact of these materials on our landfills and reducing the need for raw materials.
  • Also, some components, such as batteries, used in the hardware must be disposed of in a specific manner to protect our environment.

Our packaging is recyclable. Visit Earth911 or check out your local council guide here: recycle.co.nz to find best ways to recycle the packaging.

No. None of our e-waste is exported for recycling.

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