MM7100 new generation ThermoBarScan digital thermometer with inbuilt barcode reader; highly accurate; -200 to + 1820°C; large display; Bluetooth communication. For handheld temperature logging.
Easy to use: stores up to 1,000 readings; assign unique barcodes to products/locations.
Features: programmable temperature alarms and remedial prompts, supplied with software.
Requires: thermocouple probe/sensor.
• Measurement Range: -200 to + 1,820°C
• High Accuracy +/-0.1% of Reading +/-0.2°C, Resolution 0.1°
• Thermocouple types K, T, J, R,N, E, S + IR
• Large display screen
• Programmable temperature alarms & prompts
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The MM7100 – a portable digital thermometer with built-in barcode scanner, programmable temperature alarms and Bluetooth communication - has been shortlisted for Tomorrow’s FM Top Products and Services Award. Voting is until Friday 18th March with the winner announced in April 2016.
This revolutionary device - designed and manufactured by TM Electronics - shares the 2015 shortlist with 50 of the most innovative and time saving products used by FM businesses all over the UK, from office blocks and hospitals to schools and stately homes.
TME’s MM7100 has also made its mark further afield, attracting new sales for TME in Europe, China and Australia following its launch at international trade shows, technology summits and conferences in Koln, London, Birmingham and Manchester. In 2016 it will be demonstrated at Foodex, Casual Dining and Lunch!
What’s new about the MM7100?
The MM7100 combines high accuracy temperature measurement, integral barcode scanning and Bluetooth communications to scan, record and display not only the temperature, time and date of each measurement but also the unique identity of any product, process or test point.
Users can program temperature alarms for individual locations and test points and they can also devise their own remedial action instructions which display when an alarm is triggered.
Up to 1000 separate measurements can be stored on the instrument at any one time before downloading to PC, using free open-source software and a choice of either Bluetooth communication or USB interface.
The MM7100 is compatible with all standard thermocouple temperature sensors and probes, and can also be supplied with an infra-red sensor, further widening its appeal.
Who does the MM7100 appeal to?
Engineers can programme alarms for water temperature ranges associated with the risk prevention, management and control of Legionnaires’ disease. Similarly unsafe food or pharmaceutical temperatures can be targeted when managing temperature controlled logistics, storage and production. The instrument can even be used in non-temperature mode for inventory control, further widening its appeal across all sectors.
What does MM7100 inventor say?
Tom Sensier, MD: “TME is delighted to be shortlisted for a national FM award. The MM7100 is an incredibly efficient, sustainable and portable log book that’s truly accessible. Its user-set alarms and barcodes give it a bespoke quality so often missing in devices with a pre-set menu of options, and its ability to integrate with existing data systems and computer apps adds further to its potential. It certainly gets my vote!”
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Why does the MM7000 range of thermometers use Barcode technology?
When designing the MM7000, we looked at the problems that users often have when carrying out temperature spot checks. One of the biggest of these was the issue of not being able to record the identity of the product/item/location being monitored. Any thermometer with a hold function can give a record of the time, date and temperature of a measurement, but there was no way of recording the identity of the measurement. Barcode technology is the obvious answer. Barcodes are free and easy to generate (there is even now a Barcode font in newer versions of Microsoft Office), and they can be manipulated to mean anything you want them to. Barcodes also are often already assigned to products, for example in a goods in scenario. The MM7000 range includes one extra step in taking temperature measurements: simply scan the barcode that relates to the product/item/location you are testing, and you have a complete temperature record – no filling out a written log book, no room for human error.
How do I set up the software for my MM7000 range thermometer?
Firstly, you’ll need to download the software from the relevant product page on the TME website. There will be a button with an arrow on it – this is your download button. You will also be given a software CD with your MM7000 range thermometer purchase, and you can download the software onto your PC from there instead if you wish. Full instructions on the setup of software for the MM7000 range thermometers are here: http://www.tmethermometers.com/downloads/dl/file/id/23/mm7000_handbook.pdf
How do I assign barcodes to my temperature testing points?
For a complete guide on how to assign barcodes to your temperature testing points, please see page 8 of the MM7000 range handbook: http://www.tmethermometers.com/downloads/dl/file/id/23/mm7000_handbook.pdf
How do I download readings from my MM7000 range thermometer?
For a complete guide on how to download readings from your MM7000 range thermometer, please see page 9 of the MM7000 range handbook: http://www.tmethermometers.com/downloads/dl/file/id/23/mm7000_handbook.pdf
Can I print the temperature readings from my MM7000 range thermometer?
You can. For a complete guide on how to print temperature readings from your thermometer, please see page 11 of the MM7000 range handbook: http://www.tmethermometers.com/downloads/dl/file/id/23/mm7000_handbook.pdf
How do I turn my MM7000 range thermometer on and off?
Different thermometers within the MM7000 range have different configurations of buttons, but the on/off button is the same for all of them. Simply press the top left hand button: once to turn the thermometer on, and again to turn it off.
How can I switch between F° and C°?
All you need to do to switch between F° and C° on most MM7000 range thermometers is press the SCALE button (SCL).
Does my MM7000 range thermometer come with a battery?
Yes it does. Your MM7000 range thermometer comes with one standard 9 volt PP3 battery
How long will the battery in my MM7000 range thermometer last?
It depends on how much you use it, but the battery should last for more than 200 hours of intermittent use.
How do I replace the battery in my MM7000 range thermometer?
Replacing the battery in your MM7000 range thermometer is very easy. Simply open the battery compartment in the back of the thermometer, remove the battery and replace with a new one.
Do all TME digital handheld thermometers come with a battery?
Yes. All out digital handheld thermometers come supplied with a 9v PP3 battery.
How long will the battery last?
The battery should last for more than 200 hours of intermittent use, although it will depend on how much it is used.
What does 'self-calibrating' mean
All our instruments have a voltage reference, and they use this to check their own calibration “ Self-Calibrating”. However although this gives us excellent long term stability for many customers they also require an annual calibration check or certificate to external sources.