The LogTag TRID30-7 features a display together with a data logging function storing up to 7770 temperature readings. The display shows ‘at a glance’ if temperature violations have occurred during the past 30 days
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The TRID30-7 does not have a remote probe/glycol buffer vial, and therefore does not meet CDC recommendations/requirements for vaccine fridge or freezer monitoring. It can be used for transportation.
The LogTag® TRID30-7 temperature recorder features a display together with a data logging function storing up to 7770 temperature readings. Statistical temperature and duration readings for up to 30 days can reviewed on the display.
The display arrangement is designed to show ‘at a glance’ if temperature violations have occurred during the current day and up to the previous 29 days. The display also shows the current temperature reading, the current time, recording status and battery status.
If a reading outside the “Alarm” limits is recorded at any time, a “day alarm indicator” appears on the display. A visual alarm trigger is displayed if one or more of the configured alarm trigger conditions have been met. An alarm trigger condition can be a single reading above the upper or below the lower threshold values, a set of consecutive violating readings or an accumulation of violation readings encountered.
Details of any violations can be checked directly by inspecting the statistics history on the recorder’s display or in more detail by downloading the logged data. Logged data can be downloaded via a standard LogTag Interface to the free companion software LogTag Analyzer which provides facilities for displaying data in chart, table or statistical formats and allows electronic archiving, export or transmission of the data in support of sophisticated data management systems.