PakSense Releases Cold Case Diagnostic Tool Kit

Dépèche transmise le 22 avril 2009 par Business Wire

PakSense Releases Cold Case Diagnostic Tool Kit

PakSense Releases Cold Case Diagnostic Tool Kit

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PakSense, Inc., an innovator in sensory solutions for packaging, announced today at the United Fresh 2009 conference the release of Ultra TK, a cold case diagnostic tool kit that enables retailers to monitor cold cases at the store level. A predictive maintenance tool, Ultra TK provides data on how cold cases are functioning, if proper temperatures are being maintained, and if corrective action is necessary. This proactive approach to cold case monitoring enables retailers to reduce product loss due to cold case failures, increase food safety and product quality, optimize cold case maintenance schedules, and reduce energy expenditures.

Unlike other cold case monitoring solutions on the market, Ultra TK requires minimal infrastructure, minimal monetary investment, and minimal training to use. PakSense Ultra Wireless In-Store monitoring labels are activated and placed in freezers, cold cases and walk-in coolers. With the simple touch of a button, store managers can download detailed temperature data from all labels using the PakSense Ultra Wireless Reader. Temperature information from all cases can be immediately reviewed on the reader screen, allowing corrective action to be taken, if necessary. Data from the reader can then be downloaded to a PC for permanent storage and ongoing analysis.

Because the PakSense Ultra Wireless Label and Reader operate on an independent power source, they are ideal for use in areas that experience power outages due to extreme weather, such as snow and ice storms, hurricanes and tornados. When a power outage occurs, they can be used to determine if product has remained within acceptable temperature ranges and can prevent unnecessary disposal.

“Once again, what PakSense brings to the table is an easy-to-use, low-infrastructure solution to a common and pervasive problem for retailers,” said David Light, CEO at PakSense. “Our diagnostic tool kit can be deployed quickly and easily to determine if cold cases are calibrated correctly and functioning properly. For a minimal investment, they help reduce shrink, eliminate money wasted on unnecessary maintenance calls, and increase overall energy efficiency.”

The Ultra TK diagnostic tool kit includes everything required for monitoring up to 20 cold cases for up to 3 months. It does not require a large capital investment in infrastructure such as repeaters, gateways, and wiring. Retailers will not be required to commit to an expensive, ongoing cold case monitoring solution.

“We estimate that retailers lose millions of dollars per year due to improper cold case management practices,” continues Light. “PakSense Ultra TK can help solve this problem quickly and easily.”

Contact PakSense for further details at +1-208-489-9010 or [email protected].

About PakSense

Founded in Boise, Idaho, in 2004, PakSense is a market leader in the development of intelligent sensing products specifically designed to monitor perishable goods. PakSense products help manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and retailers determine the quality and safety of food, pharmaceutical, medical and other environmentally sensitive products. On the web at www.paksense.com.

*PakSense is a trademark of PakSense, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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