Fridge-tag 2V Vaccine Thermometer with USB Data Logger
Fridge-tag 2V Vaccine Thermometer Data Logger is high-precision and exceeds government vaccine Monitoring Guidelines CDC / VFC. Storage can record data for up to 60 days of temperature and alarm data. The most accurate results when you go to export your findings. Meets FDA 21 CFR Part 11 regulations and is supplied with a NIST Traceable Certificate.
- USB connector for PC or Mac, a .PDF and .txt file can be downloaded
- Removable probe
- High / Low alarm
- No software needed to export data
- Exceeds government vaccine regulations
- 43,200 temperature observations monthly
Ideal Uses: Vaccines, Pharmaceuticals and In the fridge or freezer
Log all your data with Fridge-tag 2V Vaccine Thermometer Data Logger. Order yours today by dialing 1-888-687-4334 and speak with our courteous sales staff.
- External dimensions (L x W x H) 128 x 75 x 14.5mm
- Size of the LCD display 95 x 27mm
- Weight 96g
- Storage condition (inactive) -30°C to +60°C / -22°F to +140 °F
- Operating temperature -30°C to +55°C / -22°F to +131 °F
- Display visible -10°C to +55°C / +14°F to +131 °F
- Alarm temperature range -30°C to +50°C, in 0.1°C increments / -22°F to +122°F
- Alarm limits 2 individually programmable alarm limits
(1 upper and 1 lower alarm limit)
- Alarm time 1 Minute to 23h 59min
- Temperature measurement interval Every minute
- Accuracy of
temperature measurement ±0.5°C (-5°C to 30°C), ±0.6°C (beyond this range)
±1.0°F (+23°F to +86°F), ±1.1°F (beyond this range)
- Accuracy of time ±30 minutes / year
- Calibration Every device is calibrated / NIST/ILAC traceable
- Date/Time programming Date and time will be set when device is activated
(see operation manual)
- Protection class IP67
- Operating lifetime up to years - expiry date printed on label
- Manipulation Fridge-tag® 2 cannot be manipulated or reset without destroying it.
Frequently asked questions:
What type of refrigerator should I use? Freezerless household consumer grade units, Pharmaceutical-grade over-the-counter or Full-sized units. Should not use duel-zone refrigerators.
In the NIST vaccine refrigerator study, the dormitory-style unit exhibited severe temperature
control and stability issues. Within 2 weeks of use, the refrigerator set point had drifted
approximately 5 °C colder, freezing the vaccines contained inside.
The unit also exhibits large spatial temperature gradients. There is no “good” vaccine storage
area inside a dorm-style unit.