So, I spent some time today verifying the Dixell temperature monitors that I’m installing in the Pharmacy department .
This project came about after I had upgraded all of the walk-in coolers and freezers in the dietary kitchens. The old system was mechanical thermostats, time clocks for defrost cycles, and simple mechanic thermostats for monitoring for high temperatures. Needless to say there were a lot of false alarms and evaporator freeze ups.
When I saw how easy it was to install the Dixell controllers, network them, and program them I knew that I had a viable solution for the clinical and pharmacy departments to upgrade their monitoring.
Guess I’ll have to see where this goes.
I have a sneaking suspicion that other health authorities and other hospitals may have questions that I may need to answer.