Resource Hub

Everything you need to be a Therma pro.

    Therma° Articles

    October 21, 2021 | by Aaron Cundy

    Important insights can you draw from temperature sensor data

    Learn what to look for in Therma's sensor data to protect your cold storage equipment and inventory. Therma’s temperature monitoring...
    Read More »
    October 19, 2021 | by Aaron Cundy

    Best practices for creating alerts

    Therma° alerts send an email, SMS, phone call, or push notification when your cold storage equipment experiences issues. With Therma°...
    Read More »
    July 23, 2021 | by Aaron Cundy

    Guide to Troubleshooting Therma°

    At Therma°, we strive to create the best user experience possible for our customers. By following these easy steps, you...
    Read More »
    May 17, 2021 | by Aaron Cundy

    How to get the most out of Therma’s dashboard

    Here are some tips for using our dashboard to help you take advantage of all the Therma° has to offer....
    Read More »
    May 7, 2021 | by Aaron Cundy

    Installing your Therma° sensors 

    Read on to learn how easy it is to install Therma's remote temperature monitoring system. Therma° takes the guesswork out...
    Read More »
    April 13, 2021 | by Aaron Cundy

    Using the Therma° mobile app

    Learn more about utilizing our mobile app to get the most out of Therma° and our suite of remote monitoring...
    Read More »

    Frequently Asked Questions


    $10 per sensor, per month. Minimum order size is 2 sensors so you can get started for as low as $20 a month. Buy now or request a demo to learn more.

    It takes 1 to 2 weeks for your order to be processed and shipped to you. 

    We will email you the shipment tracking number and a link to access your Therma Dashboard from

    Installation is extremely easy and should take less than 10 minutes! Please follow the steps listed in our Hardware Setup Guide to get started.

    None of the above. Therma runs on LoRa® and a 4G cellular connection with Hologram.

    LoRa® is a long range, low bandwidth radio network. Although range highly depends on the environment or obstructions in a given location, a single hub or base station can cover entire cities or hundreds of square kilometers.

    LoRaWAN® builds on top of LoRa® with additional technologies including adaptive data rate, quality of service, transmission guarantees and other systems, which automatically compensate for dense and noisy urban deployments.

    In other words, LoRaWAN® is the ideal technology for ensuring full coverage throughout any environment. Performance is proven to exceed that of Bluetooth or WiFi.

    Learn more by reading our blog post – How Therma° outperforms WiFi and Bluetooth temperature sensors

    A properly working Hub will be plugged into the wall outlet, switched on (power switch is located on the bottom of the device) and all three LED lights at the bottom of the device will be continuously red.


    Account owners can purchase sensors right on their dashboard through the ‘Get More Therma’ button on the top right. 

    If you don’t see this link, you can purchase online e-commerce platform, or by contacting

    To learn how to add a sensor, please read our article on Installing your Therma° sensors or watch our Hardware Set-up Guide video.

    Therma sensors’ internal 2400 mAh Lithium non-chargeable battery typically lasts 5-10 years, depending on reporting cadence. If your battery runs low, please let us know by emailing and we’ll ship you a new sensor.

    If a device misses a check in or if a hub loses power, it stores all data locally and bundles it with the next attempted send. No data is ever lost.


    Sign into the dashboard by visiting and entering the email address and password selected when you signed up, or by signing in with Google.


    The fastest way to tell which user level you are is to: 

    • Click the icon with your initials in the top right corner of the dashboard
    • Click your name from the drop-down menu
    • User level should be listed under your name under “Edit my account” 

    To upgrade your permissions, please contact your site administrator.

    To add a new location: 

    • navigate to the Sensors page
    • select “Add a location”
    • input a location name (Location address and store number are optional).

    Navigate to the Sensors page and select the location for your sensor. Then select the pencil icon to the right of the sensor name.


    If you have moved your sensor to a location which requires different alert parameters (e.g., from a fridge to a freezer), please be sure to edit your alerts as well by selecting the pencil icon to the right the each alerts under that sensor.


    To add a user, navigate to the Users page and complete the “Invite users” form. New users can be invited via email or text message.


    Once the new team member has accepted their invite, add them to alerts by navigating to the Sensors page, and editing or creating a new alert. Team members are added under the “Then notify” field in alert configuration.


    To delete a user’s account, navigate to the Users page, locate the user you wish to delete, and click or tap the trash can icon on the right.

    To update your contact information, either navigate to the Users page and select “Edit account” or select your name under the account dropdown on the far right of the navigation.



    To add an alert:

    • Navigate to the Sensors page. 
    • Add a new location or select an existing location
    • Add a new sensor or select an existing sensor before selecting “Add an alert”. 
    • Alerts can be set to sent via email, SMS, phone call, and/or through push notifications via the Therma mobile app.

    Alerts can be added for temperature or humidity, and can be set above or below an indicated threshold. Alerts can be sent via email, text message, phone call, and/or through push notifications via the Therma mobile app.


    You will be alerted when your sensor’s batteries are low, your hub or sensor has missed expected check-ins for more than 4 hours, or your equipment is above or below the temperature or humidity thresholds set in your alerts.

    To create a custom alert schedule, navigate to the Sensors page and identify the alert you would like to schedule. Click the bell icon and enter your desired schedule parameters.


    If you do not already have Smart Alerts enabled, we recommend enabling them by clicking the brain icon next to each sensor on the Sensors page of your dashboard. 

    Smart Alerts intelligently adjust your alert temperature threshold to help prevent excessive notifications. When enabled, Smart Alerts will automatically increase/decrease your temperature threshold by 1° increments, with a maximum of a 5° difference from the original threshold. Once the 5° maximum is reached, no more adjustments will be made and you will be notified.


    Inactivity alerts indicate that your hub or sensors have missed expected check-ins for more than 4 hours. Ensure that your hub is plugged in and that are lights are red. For more tips on your hub and inactivity alerts, please reference the below guide.

    To disable alerts, navigate to the Sensors page and then to the alert you wish to disable. Select the power button icon to the right of the alert. The icon will be dark grey when disabled and green when enabled. 

    Please be careful not to disable the sensor, as this will prevent the sensor from recording data.


    Every account includes 3 types of reports:

    • Temperature logbook – Export your temperature logbook across locations and teams.
    • Humidity logbook – ​​Export your temperature logbook across locations and teams.
    • Sent alerts log – Export your alerts across locations and teams.

    On request, we can also unlock two advanced reports:

    • Mean Kinetic temperature – Export a MKT report, used primarily in the pharmaceutical industry.  
    • Audit log – Export all changes made to your account across locations and teams.

    If you’d like access to advanced reports, please contact us at

    To generate a report:

    1. Navigate to your Therma° dashboard.
    2. Select “Reports” from the upper-level navigation
    3. Click “Add a report”

    Note: All reports that have been previously generated are logged in your Reports tab. If you download a report from your dashboard, it will include the data ranges from the previously generated report. 

    For more information on how to understand your Therma° data, watch our tutorial video on How to get the most out of your Therma° dashboard. In this video, will learn how to gather data and form actionable insights that will improve your operations.


    It is more important than ever for companies to automate their record keeping practices. 21 CFR Part 11 was developed by the FDA in 1997 to keep your records safe and secure in the digital age.

    Therma Meets Electronic Record Authenticity Requirements

    Authenticity requirements outlined by 21 CFR Part 11 include:

    • System consistently performs as designed
    • System must have the capacity to identify invalid or altered records
    • Data is encrypted, stored redundantly, and cannot be modified after recording
    • Data is logged and time-stamped
    • All data is backed up over distributed databases

    Therma meets each of these guidelines. The readings taken by Therma sensors and stored cannot be altered once the data is recorded. Sensors can be ordered with traceable NIST calibration certificates. All data for each specific sensor is logged and time-stamped.

    Therma Meets Electronic Record Integrity Requirements

    21 CFR Part 11 requirements are as follows:

    • Readable copies of records can be produced without impact on the original record
    • Sensor data can be graphed
    • Sensor data is time stamped
    • Sensor data can be exported in spreadsheet/text form
    • Sensor data can be exported using a secure API

    All sensor data is graphed and time stamped. These records can also be exported. Therma offers a secure open API. API calls can be accessed by going to

    Therma Meets Confidentiality Requirements

    Therma meets confidentiality requirements of CFR 21 Part 11 by satisfying the following requirements:

    • A username and password are needed for access
    • Roles-based access can also be given to authorized users
    • Logged data cannot be accessed by unauthorized users
    • Customer data is separated by accounts

    No data on Therma can be accessed by unauthorized users. Username and password combinations are not shared between other users.  Therma is a secure cloud-based portal. Roles for multiple users on an account can be assigned by administrators.

    Download Therma’s 21 CFR Part 11 documentation here

    Therma° sensors can be NIST certified for a small one-time fee. Please note that adding NIST certification to your order will add 1-2 weeks to your fulfillment timeline.

    If you’d like to add NIST certification to your order, email us at or use the chat below.

    For more information about why you should purchase NIST certification, read our blog post here.

    Still need help? Email us at or reach out via web chat.

    Save time and improve your
    bottom line today with Therma