New Loggers Featuring Easy to Use USB Connection Ideal for Documenting Storage and Transport Temperature Conditions
DeltaTrak®, a leading innovator of cold chain management solutions today announced the introduction of two new data loggers for documenting storage and transport temperature conditions. The FlashLink™ USB In-Transit Data Logger and the FlashLink USB Reusable Data Logger are both transportation temperature monitoring tools for sensitive commodities equipped with a USB connection to easily upload data to the PC. The loggers are ideal management tools for monitoring temperature sensitive and perishable commodities such as produce, prepared foods, chemicals and pharmaceuticals.
"Our goal is to provide our customers with the most accurate temperature data monitoring tools possible that can be very quickly and easily downloaded for analysis," said Frederick Wu, president and CEO of DeltaTrak. "The new loggers provide immediate temperature status information and trip statistics and with the USB connection customers can more efficiently and quickly download the data they need."
The new loggers provide temperature history information ranging from -40°C (-40°F) up to 65°C (150°F) and feature DeltaTrak's patented Shadow Log™ functionality which guarantees that trip temperature is available even if the operator fails to start the logger. The units can also be custom programmed at the factory with up to 6 multiple alarm zone time limits. Each zone can be programmed for a set time limit and the logger will track cumulative time the temperature was within that range.
The FlashLink USB In-Transit logger is a single use data logger that can be purchased in 5, 15, 45, and 75 day logging periods. The logger alarm settings are programmed at the factory. These settings include high, low and skip alarms, delayed start and alarm delay.
The FlashLink USB Reusable Logger is ideal for customers looking for programmable monitoring loggers that they can efficiently utilize on a continuous basis. The reusable data logger allows the user to program logger functions including logging period (5,15,45 and 75 day periods), sampling intervals, loop or stop when full, high & low alarms, delayed start, skip alarm and alarm delay.