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Firex HACCP 24.7 Station

Firex HACCP Control

 

Firex has designed a device that not only allows you to monitor your appliances according to HACCP, but take control of your appliances, going beyond HACCP. The 24.7 Station can join from 8 to 10 appliances per station, together in one monitoring location, but we do more than just monitor and record. The 24.7 Station also allows the user to control the units from ANYWHERE, yes, ANYWHERE. Firex, proving “Sustainability through superior engineering.”

Firex HACCP 24.7 PREMISE

The 24.7 Station is a computerised system integrated with the cooking systems allowing you to record and organize data and temperature values whenever you want and wherever you are. The appliances connected are remotely monitored as far as processes taking place, supply of assistance and the traceability and management of resource are concerned. Installation disks are not necessary since it is a real computer working autonomously. Recorded data can be downloaded at any time using a USB flash drive or through the network connection.


Firex HACCP 24.7 USER MODE

The 24.7 Station allows you to visualise the cooking session data of all the appliances connected to it, both as a group or in detail. It automatically stores the log concerning the different cooking sessions carried out and the relevant changes in the temperature of each appliance. You can visualize the log at any time and print it out whenever necessary.


Firex HACCP 24.7 APPLIANCES

Upon connection the first screen being visualised on the display is the one concerning the appliances connected to the 24.7 Station [Fig. 1]. As you will see, there is a line dedicated to each appliance listing the temperature values recorded by the different probes (bottom probe, core probe and probe in the vessel), the cooking time set, the appliance status (on or off) and the cooking session status (on or off). The appliances are identified by means of a picture and a customizable name (or by the Firex appliance code if no name has been selected).


Firex HACCP 24.7 APPLIANCE STATUS

Click on the relevant button in the menu to go to the “Appliance Status” [Fig. 1] screen. It lists the details of each appliance connected to the 24.7 Station. Data displayed (described in detail in the table below) refers to the appliance [Fig. 1 – Positions 1 and 2] and the cooking session status [Fig. 1 – Position 3] as well as to the probes provided as a standard option and the probes active at a specific time [Fig. 1 – Position 4], the messages on the electronic board display on the appliance [Fig. 1 – Position 5] and the functions available for each appliance identified by means of an icon (green light when the function has been selected) [Fig. 1 – Position 6]. Click on the picture of the appliance whose data you wish to visualize. The icon of the selected appliance will be highlighted with a red square. The small LED light included in the icon indicates the status of the appliance (green if it is switched on and red if it is switched off). This rule applies to all icons fitted with the same LED light. Switch the appliance on and/or off by clicking on the “Appliance status” button, which is the only operation that can be carried out as described above.


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