The DeltaTRAK FlashLink Mini Data Loggers are ideal management tools for monitoring temperature sensitive and perishable commodities as they travel through the cold chain, from produce and prepared foods, to chemicals and pharmaceuticals. They provide precise monitoring of temperature to validate the safety and quality of these products. This compact single-use device provides temperature history information ranging from -40°C (-40°F) up to 66°C (150°F) and can be purchased in 5, 15, 45, and 75 day logging periods. The data logger’s patented Shadow Log feature guarantees that trip temperature is available even if the operator fails to start the logger. From the time it is manufactured, the logger is constantly taking temperature samples every 30 minutes and recording these in memory in a loop mode, storing up to 3,824 data points. Once the memory is full, new data overrides the oldest data points in a continuous loop so the customer will always have temperature data even if the shipper forgets to activate the logger. The logger’s alarm settings include high and low level alarms. The loggers can also be customized with additional alarm parameters or customers may choose from several pre-programmed models suitable for commodities typically shipped, such as a produce. The logger’s compact size makes the unit extremely portable and less cumbersome than other products on the market.
The DeltaTRAK FlashLink Mini Multi-Use Data Logger is ideal for customers looking for a low cost logger that can be programmed and reused. The FlashLink Mini Multi-Use logger can be used in production and processing areas, or anywhere that tracking of temperature sensitive commodities or environmental conditions is needed. The logger's sensor operates within a range of -40°C (-40°F) to 66°C (150°F). Using a USB adapter customers can easily program the logger and download recorded data to a PC. The user can set up certain parameters, such as sampling intervals, high and low alarm limits, immediate or manual start-up, skip alarm and alarm delay, and to record data in loop mode or automatically stop when memory is full. Downloaded temperature history is displayed as a PDF document with a graph and summary data, such as highest and lowest temperatures reached, average temperature, time spent in alarm, degree minutes, and when the logger was started, stopped and downloaded.