Did you realize that DeltaTrak can serve as your one-stop shop for calibrating all of your DeltaTrak products?
For years, customers have turned to the calibration and certification services offered by DeltaTrak. All DeltaTrak calibration is completed using high quality measurement instruments certified against National Institute of Standards and Technology (N.I.S.T) by a primary standards laboratory.
Migrating to the new FlashTrak® Mini PDF In-Transit Logger has never been easier. Here are three reasons you should consider making the move:
Shadow Log: Even if you forget to start the logger, DeltaTrak has you covered. The Mini PDF Logger will still record data and deliver a report to guarantee your data and ensure traceability.
Produce picked from the field has a long road before arriving on the consumer’s plate. First, the harvested food immediately goes to a cooling facility located near the field. From the cooling facility, trucks take the commodity to a distribution center. Finally, the produce is transported to the grocery stores. For these trips, shippers typically use in-transit loggers to insure that the carrier did what was necessary to provide and deliver the commodities that the receiver purchased.
In the past, shippers of perishable products would arrange with carriers to deliver their shipment from Point A to Point B and hope for the best. There was little or no visibility into the temperature conditions in the back of the truck or where en route the truck actually was.
Fortunately, the FlashLink® BLE Data Logger changes all that. The “BLE” stands for Bluetooth Low Energy and has turned the product into a real-time temperature, humidity and location solution.
Extreme shipment conditions and temperatures require “extreme” monitoring products. Dry ice is commonly used for shipments such as industrial commodities and biological substances in order to provide a very cold shipping container environment.
In order to effectively monitor such shipments to guarantee that the low temperature has been maintained, shippers need loggers that can withstand these extreme conditions.
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