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Refrigerator monitoring for cold chain drugs is one of the main essentials for insuring efficacy and safety of the drugs stored within these units, and a compliance requirement from the FDA, CDC, WHO, etc.

Many options are available for local monitoring in the form of thermometers, or data loggers; which are now the recommended device by the CDC for vaccine monitoring and record keeping. But, increasingly being promoted for storage units that are not so local to monitor, are remote monitoring solutions for supplier home based storage, or adjunct distribution centers where supplies are stocked for clinical trials, or mass immunization programs.

Remote Wireless Regrigerator Monitor

Always striving to maintain our leadership position in this area DeltaTrak is pleased to announce our new remote Wireless Refrigerator Monitoring solution known by its initials - WRM.

This device has the option of being connected to a cloud monitoring service with a user Dashboard for real time monitoring and the option to send various forms of alerts if excursions occur.

It comes with a 30 hour back-up battery, with auto fail over if main power should be lost, and the option to use either a local Wi-Fi connection, or cellular service, also with auto fail over if one, or the secondary form of connection should be lost. If both forms of connectivity should be lost, the unit can store the temperature data, just like a data logger, and then send the data to the cloud service once connectivity is restored.

Common applications would be:

Field trials of the unit have been extremely successful and our sales staff are fully acquainted with the unit. So if you need further information contact your local rep', or email DeltaTrak at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Category: Life Science

Peter Norton is a senior logistics and supply chain manager who is a consultant hired by clients in both the life science industry, and the food supply industry. Peter has extensive experience in both the domestic US and global markets specifically in the areas of cold chain management and security as this relates to the pharmaceutical industry to insure drugs that are supplied to the patient are at the required stability levels and peak efficacy.

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