LABGUARD® 1.X or 2.0, it is time to migrate

We're talking a lot about LABGUARD® migration. With Mirrhia, you can keep your LABGUARD® 2 and 3D equipment. Thanks to Mirrhia, you can effectively integrate your equipment and migrate to Mirrhia in 3 very easy steps.

You can also extend your existing equipment by adding as many measurement points as you want.

Yes. Mirrhia offers a lasting solution whose possibilities are endless!

And it time to think about it...seriously !

Do you want to keep your LABGUARD® equipment?

With Mirrhia, It’s possible!

The anxiety of a lab manager is, without a doubt, having to replace all its equipment! Mirrhia gives you that breath of fresh air that allows you to integrate your L2 and L3D transmittors into your Mirrhia interface.

As you know, support for LABGUARD® software versions 1.X and 2.0 will be phased out soon. It is now time to migrate. But don't panic, Mirrhia is ready to plan this transition with you.

With Mirrhia, you can breathe?

Yes, indeed ! And what do we do once they no longer work?

The good news is that if they no longer work or you want to replace it, there are obviously solutions for every case, a solution to suit your lab's needs and your budget, your environment and your infrastructure. And that is beautiful!

With Mirrhia, you are absolutely not limited to a range since Mirrhia offers this flexibility to interface with a multitude of transmitters. 

A user's choice to migrate with Mirrhia does not lock him down forever with just one product. Anything is possible (I told you). Our job is to allow the integration of new technology into our software without having a dependency on the transmitter manufacturer

Radiofrequency or Wi-Fi, between the two my heart swings?

You are the master in your laboratory. You know better than anyone what you need and I also know that you have your preferences or habits. And indeed, the choice of radio frequency or Wi-Fi is more a matter of the heart or rather, of sensitivity.

In general, the lower the communication frequency, the greater the range in the open. The higher the frequency, the more the range is reduced.

So a 2.4GHz Wi-Fi transmitter will have a range that will be less than a radio frequency transmitter at 868MHz, but if we come to position Wi-Fi transmitters in a laboratory that already has Wi-Fi coverage, we completely free ourselves from having to duplicate it and all of a sudden, we win from a deployment point of view.

A matter of habit! And then you know, the tastes and the colors!


But what is the difference between L2 and L3D probes?

The two main differences between LABGUARD® 2 and 3D are on the one hand the display and on the other hand the number of measurement points they support.

In all cases, the two technologies are suitable for minimum consumption to optimize the longevity of the batteries.

The screen

It’s pretty obvious. L2s do not have a display while L3Ds do.

The measurement

L2 probes are used for monitoring and recording temperature data.

L3D probes allow you to measure temperature, humidity, CO2, differential pressure, and many other physical parameters in your laboratory. L3Ds are transmitters that support 1, 2 or 4 channels.

The protocol

In terms of communication protocols, The L2 is based on a communication technology called CORONIS based on RF. It is an exchange protocol.

L3Ds are more versatile. It is found in RF 868MHz but also in Ethernet. L3Ds actually have a variation that allows them several types of connection.

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