Monitoring Ambient Environmental Conditions in the Pharmaceutical Industry
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  March 15, 2019  
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#ALT# Monitoring Ambient Environmental Conditions in the Pharmaceutical Industry

For numerous applications, the ability to monitor ambient environmental conditions, including temperature, pressure, humidity and light levels, is a crucial necessity. For example, in the pharmaceutical industry, the WHO offer guidance for the storage and transport of time- and temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical products, which necessitates monitoring and alarming for temperature and humidity.

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