TraceableONE® Single-Use™ USB Datalogger Thermometer
Disposable Datalogger is the ultimate cold-chain partner, record and report temperature data every step of the way.
- Perfect for monitoring material during transportation
- Pre-programmed logging and alarm parameters for plug-and-go convenience
- Automatic PDF report is generated when plugged into PC—No software required
Easy to Use
Right-out-of-the-box, use logger to track environmental conditions of reagents, clinical samples, vaccines, pharmaceuticals, and food items during transport. Press start to begin recording crucial temperature data, 30-minute start delay before logging begins. Compact, disposable dataloggers fit anywhere—even inside a small cooler. No special software or driver is required for set-up or download data. Press start to begin recording crucial temperature data, 30 minute time delay before logging begins.
Flashing Red and Green LED indicate logger is recording data, stopped recording, and if an alarm has been triggered. Logging duration runs from either 10, 30, 60, or even 90 days. Logging Intervals update either every 1, 3, 6, or 9 minutes.
Temperature Range: –30.0 to 70.0°C (–22.0 to 158.0°F); resolution: 0.1°C; accuracy: ±0.5°C/±0.9°F (–20 to 40°C); ±1°C/±1.8°F otherwise. Pre-programmed alarm parameters for specific applications. Cool transport alarm parameters: 12 to 14°C (53.6 to 57.2°F) Cold transport alarm parameters: 2 to 8°C (35.6 to 46.4°F) Frozen transport alarm parameters: –20 to –15°C (–4 to 5°F). An alarm is triggered when temperatures are outside the optimal range for more than 5 minutes.
Automatic PDF data report
Plug logger into any PC USB port and a PDF report is automatically generated containing data summary, graph, and user-initiated marks.
Protective plastic pouch keeps logger dry
Water-resistant design (IP67) eliminates concerns when shipping materials with cold packs, ice, or in damp environments.
Traceable to NIST for accuracy
Single-point, batch calibrated Traceable® Certificate supplied which assures accuracy from an ISO/IEC 17025:2005 (1750.01) calibration laboratory accredited by A2LA. It indicates traceability of measurements to the SI units through NIST or other recognized national measurement institutes (NMI) that are signatories to the CIPM Mutual Recognition Agreement.