For monitoring of temperature sensitive shipments along the entire cold chain, single-use temperature data loggers are the most intuitive solution on the market.
Data loggers are equipped with an integrated USB port and PDF generator on board, so they do not require any additional software or hardware to start temperature recording or reading the data from the logger. These single-use loggers are supplied pre-configured according customer's settings and automatically generate a comprehensive PDF report after being connected to a computer. With its compact size our data loggers will fit in every packaging, saving space and weight.
The generated PDF report contains comprehensive information about the monitored conditions: Complete data graph, statistical information such as MIN, MAX, AVG, MKT, cumulated time outside thresholds and every single measurement in a table.
Temperature accuracy: ±0.3°C
Record capacity: 8 000 / 16 000 points (max)
Alarm configuration: up to 5 thresholds programmable
Certifications: CE, EN12830, ROHS,
Certificate: 6 points Validation Calibration traceable to NIST
The temperature data logger is mainly used for monitoring and logging temperature in storage and shipment of food and pharmaceuticals, such as cooler boxes, refrigerated trucks, containers, etc.
The logger can connect to a computer via its USB port and export a PDF report
It features an internal sensor and a CR2450 lithium battery
IP61 protection grade
One-time use, memory capacity: 8000 -16000 points
Labeling per IATA´s dangerous goods regulations is not required for this data logger. Simply activate the temperature logger - just press and hold for few seconds and go!
This 90 day single-use, disposable data logger is packaged in a moisture-resistant plastic packaging, keeping the electronics safe from humidity until it has safely arrived at its destination. Once arrived, your customer simply presses and holds the device for 5 more seconds to stop the logger. Your customer then opens the plastic packaging and plugs the USB drive into any computer. The entire temperature history is provided in a PDF Report and a CSV Report located on the USB drive.