Electronics

Expensive products with electronic components need to be monitored during warehousing and transporting the product. Humidity, shocks and temperature changes can harm the product.

Sensitive and expensive technology and electronic devices or equipment require special care. In the electronics industry, there are stringent requirements that must be met in regards to the cleanliness of the shipping containers. This is especially important when shipping items that contain lithium batteries.

Safety and on-time delivery are essential in the shipping of electronics. However, so is the condition of each device. Electronics won't last long if they are stored improperly. All accessible parts must be kept free of dirt and debris, with their batteries stored separately. While decent integrated batteries may store for longer, regular batteries run the risk of exploding and/or leaking battery acid. 

Temperature control within shipping containers is also a necessary requirement in the storing and shipping of electronics. In extreme or near-extreme conditions, electronic items may overheat or freeze, which leads to the seizing and damage of their parts. This in turn will cause a loss of money known as shrinkage (similar to the food and beverage supply chain when it comes to contaminated or spoilt produce).

Data loggers can be instrumental in monitoring technological processes during the development project. High technology is susceptible to external conditions, and using data loggers that monitor conditions such as humidity or temperature are critical in making sure that everything works correctly.

These automatically measure external conditions. This will save time and money as there is no need for manual measurements or someone to continually check these conditions. Years’ worth of records can be created and stored digitally, and you will have access to it in a few easy steps.

Monitoring the plant can give valuable insight into the current conditions, and ideas on how to improve the workflow and productivity. Data loggers are a useful tool in staying organized and on top of all of the operations in a plant. Many industries use data loggers in the precise manufacturing environment in making high technology work efficiently and in the right way.

Use cases

Examples from our customers

Industrial electronics

Industrial electronics

B2B electronics are often a large investment for both the producer and the buyer - ensuring correct handling means considerable savings.
  • Detect potential flaws in shipping and storing processes
  • Verify the time of possible damage to determine the responsible party
  • Product and sample-level monitoring precision
  • Save time with instantaneous data retrieval by QR scan
  • Ensure quality all the way until end-use with alerts
  • Use alert templates to start new monitoring projects in seconds
  • Access data effortlessly on any smart device in the Logmore Web cloud service

B2B electronics are often a large investment for both the producer and the buyer - ensuring correct handling means considerable savings.

High technology

High technology

Tech products and components can be very fragile and easily ruined by any impact, shock, or even changes in humidity and temperature.
  • Detect potential flaws in shipping and storing processes
  • Verify the time of possible damage to determine the responsible party
  • Product-level monitoring precision
  • Save time with instantaneous data retrieval by QR scan
  • Ensure quality all the way until end-use with alerts
  • Use alert templates to start new monitoring projects in seconds
  • Access data effortlessly on any smart device in the Logmore Web cloud service

Tech products and components can be very fragile and easily ruined by any impact, shock, or even changes in humidity and temperature.