TOGSYS is a measuring instrument for continuous monitoring of air temperature and relative humidity.
Temperature and relative humidity monitoring system «TOGSYS» has passed all the necessary tests in the laboratories of BelGIM and included in the register of types of measuring instruments.
«TOGSYS» has passed the procedure for recognition of test results and type approval, primary verification of measuring instruments in the Russian Federation and has been included in the FSIS «Аршин» under registration № 87557-22.
A simple and accessible web-interface allows the user to quickly and easily interact with the measuring instrument.
The measuring tool allows not only storing the collected information about humidity and temperature, but also transmitting it to the server.
The instrument panel contains current measurement information for each sensor.
This section allows the user to make the necessary settings for the recorder itself and sensors.
If necessary, the functionality of the instrument panel allows you to get more detailed information about the measurements in a graphical form.
This section allows you to make the necessary settings for connecting sensors, as well as transferring the received data to the server.
The functionality of the section provides the ability to monitor the parameters of connected sensors and their status.
Within this section the user can get acquainted with more detailed information about the received data for each sensor.
The functionality of the section allows you to display a graph of changes in the received data for the entire period of measurement by the sensor.
To analyze the received data the user can export the file with the measurement results to his own workspace.
Laboratory Information Management System allows you to collect, process and store the information collected by sensors.
The software provides the user with the ability to control the calibration interval of devices, maintenance, as well as their location in the organization.
Implemented the ability to instantly notify the user about changes in the environment in which the measurement takes place.