Wireless Temperature Sensors for Remote Monitoring

Swift Sensors wireless temperature sensors are specially designed for the remote monitoring of temperatures in refrigerators, freezers, walk-in coolers, walk-in freezers, cold rooms, lab ultra cold, cryogenic, server rooms, ovens, paint booths, liquid, pipes.


  • 24/7 Temperature monitoring.
  • Real-time alerts notify you when temperatures go out of range.
  • Automated data logging and reporting.
  • NIST Traceable Calibration Certification available.
  • Plug and play setup allows installation in just minutes.
  • 6-8 Battery Life.

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Remote Wireless Temperature Monitoring

Temperature is an important factor in many industries such as restaurant and food services, schools, hospitals, hotels, medical labs, hospitals,  manufacturing, agriculture, composting and more.  If temperatures are not monitored properly, critical problems can occur such as loss of goods, production downtime, food safety and more. A common concern that we help solve is the temperature storage in the food industry.  As food can lead to health issues with restaurant customers of food preparation at large manufacturers, our sensors are a must-have for many businesses.  Click here to learn more about safe food temperature storage recommendations. Swift Sensors makes the remote monitoring of temperature easy, affordable and efficient. Swift Sensors offers a wide range of solutions for measuring temperature in virtually any environment. Our sensors are designed for easy installation and maintenance, and they can be easily integrated with existing systems or use our API to pull data into your platform. Swift Sensors collects your temperature readings locally and then stores these readings on your secure Swift Sensors account. Your temperature can then be accessed remotely via any device including your phone. In addition, the sensors provide real-time alerts when temperatures exceed pre-set thresholds so you can take immediate action if necessary. When it comes to monitoring temperatures, we have ultra cold sensors that can measure down to -392°F (-200°C) all the way up to our high temperature sensors that can measure up to 572°F (330°C).  With Swift Sensors IoT Temperature Sensors, you will always know the temperatures across all of your facilities.


Industries Using IoT Temperature Monitoring Solutions

Restaurants, Schools & Hospitality

Consistency and safety are essential elements of the hospitality and retail food industry, but often challenging to ensure without external help. An IoT temperature monitoring solution is a powerful tool that helps these establishments monitor their product temperatures in real-time, verifying quality standards while satisfying regulatory compliance requirements. By providing comprehensive oversight over conditions like refrigerator or freezer temperatures, Swift Sensors empowers businesses with the data they need for successful operations.  Click here to learn more about FDA Safe Food Storage.

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Medical Labs

The importance of maintaining proper lab temperatures cannot be overstated. Maintaining a controlled environment for success ensures that medicines are safe and effective, drug trials and testing are consistent, human samples are rendered useful and do not affect experimental conclusions or worse yet, patient health. With remote temperature monitoring systems from Swift Sensors, labs can store their medicines, vaccines, trial and samples in an accurate way while keeping them safe.  You can learn more about safe vaccine and lab procedures at the CDC website.

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Industrial Equipment Monitoring

Time and resources are essential components of success in any manufacturing organization. In an effort to maximize both, temperature sensors can be deployed as a means of curtailing the risk posed by equipment breakdowns due to abnormal heat fluctuations. With this cutting-edge technology in place, manufacturers can reduce wear-and tear on their machines while simultaneously increasing operational efficiency -making for smooth sailing down the road.   Swift Sensors offers high temperature sensors for the most demanding applications and environments. Manufactures like Tyson, Dole, Trident Seafoods, Kraft Foods are turning to Swift Sensors for IoT temperature monitoring solutions.

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Property & Facilities Management

With an IoT based remote temperature monitoring solution, property/facilities managers as well as warehousing and inventory managers gain a powerful tool to protect their properties, infrastructure and products from the potential damage of unfavorable humidity and temperature. Swift Sensors creates peace-of-mind when it comes to remote temperature monitoring for your facility, office building, condo, apartment complex or warehouse.

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Temperature is the most commonly-measured phenomena in the world.  That’s also true with regard to wireless temperature sensors as well.  You can use wireless temperature sensors from Swift Sensors to measure the temperature of refrigerators, freezers, ultra-low temperature freezers, ovens, food, liquids, air (room temperature), and more.  

Our wireless temperature sensors not only measure temperature and transmit and store the data in the cloud, they also can trigger alerts when the temperature goes out of range – so you know immediately when something is going wrong and can react to address the situation.  


Wireless temperature sensors from Swift Sensors are packaged in a small, plastic enclosure about the size of a match box.  Inside the enclosure are two AAA batteries for power and the electronics needed to capture the temperature and transmit it to a gateway using a radio.  

Wireless temperature sensors designed for measuring room conditions have an embedded sensor on a semiconductor chip that makes temperature and humidity measurements.  Wireless temperature sensors designed for refrigerators, freezers, liquids, and other harsh environments have a lead with a sensing element on the end of it.  Using the lead, you can get the sensing element in the area where you are making the measurement and keep the plastic enclosure with the electronics and radio in a safer place where the communication signal can get through (for example, when measuring the temperature of a freezer, you want to keep the electronics and batteries out of the freezer so it can connect to the gateway with a stronger signal connection).  


Wireless temperature sensors from Swift Sensors are available for measuring a wide range of temperatures – from as low as -100 °C to as high as +300 °C.  Some specific examples of wireless temperature sensors from Swift Sensors are:

Wireless temperature sensors from Swift Sensors vary in cost from under $100 to just under $300, depending on the temperature range and form factor of the sensor.  

In addition to the sensor, you will need to purchase a gateway ($300) to transmit the data from the sensor to the cloud, and an annual subscription ($65) for monitoring, logging, and sending alerts based on the temperature range.  

Wireless temperature sensors are available in a variety of form factors:

Yes – using a wireless adapter from Swift Sensors, you can connect a traditional thermocouple or RTD sensor and transmit its data to the cloud – effectively converting one of these traditional sensors into a wireless temperature sensor.  Swift Sensors has multiple options for connecting traditional sensors to the cloud using wireless industrial sensor adapters.  

Wireless temperature sensors from Swift Sensors are powered by two AAA lithium polymer batteries that last between 5-7 years.  

Wireless temperature sensors from Swift Sensors have an IP66 rating – which means they are protected against dust and powerful water jets.  These wireless temperature sensors are protected against falling drops of rain or snow and hose-directed water, but they are not intended to be submerged in water.  

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