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InTemp CX405 dry ice data logger
The InTemp CX405 is specifically designed for ultra-low temperature monitoring of vaccines and pharmaceuticals in storage and transportation environments. The loggers communicate wirelessly via Bluetooth Low Energy with mobile devices. With the InTemp app, you can easily view data, check logger status, set alarms, and create and share secure PDF reports (non-customizable) for streamlined reporting and regulatory compliance. All loggers have a built-in LCD display to view current and daily min and max temperatures, advanced audible and visual alarm capabilities to report temperature changes or alarms, and an internal sensor for ambient temperature monitoring. The internal sensor provides +/- 0,5°C accuracy for reliable temperature measurements and the data logger is battery powered so is protected against local power loss.
This data logger integrates with mobile and cloud platforms for a 21 CFR Part 11 compliant solution.
Using an optional CX gateway, you can receive remote notifications of temperature changes and automatically download data from loggers within range of the device. This range is about 20 to 25 meters.
The cable of the external sensor has an extra protective and anti-cut sheath. This type of data logger is built to FDA, USP, EU and WHO standards. This data logger works in cold chain environments/applications.
External temperature sensor range: -95° to 50°C
Accuracy: ±1,5°C from -95° to -40°C, ±1,0°C from -40° to -10°C, ±0,5°C from -10° to 50°C
Data logger working range: -30° to 70°C
Cable length: 1,5 meters
Logging interval: 1 second to 18 hours
Battery type: 2x AAA 1.5V alkaline or lithium batteries, independently replaceable
Battery life: 1 year with a typical logging interval of 1 minute
Memory: 128 KB (84,650 measurements, maximum)
Display: LCD display is visible from 0°C to 50°C
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InTemp CX 400 product series
The CX400 for monitoring temperatures in refrigerators, freezers, and other temperature-controlled environments.