- Range: -50 to +70°C
- Resolution: 0.01°
- Accuracy: ±0.25°C
- Probe: Excursion-Trac™ USB Therm, 1 probe in glycerol to simulate product stored, 10' Probe Wire
- Dimensions: 4 1/4"H x 2 3/4"W x 3/4"D
- Weight: 5 oz.
NIST Traceable® Excursion-Trac™ Refrigerator/Freezer Data Logging Thermometer for Vaccine Storage (1 Probe)Item#: LABC3-6430-3
Our Traceable® Excursion-Trac™ Datalogging Thermometers provide accurate temperature readings for refrigerators, freezers, water baths, heating blocks and incubators. This thermometer is ideal for monitoring temperatures while storing vaccines or other important samples. The triple digital display shows the high, low and current temperatures allowing for quick, easy reading while the datalogging feature monitors the high and low readings at all times with rolling data log. Audible and visual alarm continuously sounds when the temperature rises above or falls below a set point. This thermometer stores the exact time and date when the min/max temperature occurred and up to 10 different alarm events can be retrieved. USB capability allows for easily downloading of recorded data to a computer (PC or MAC). To eliminate possible mercury contamination, the probe is sealed in a miniature bottle filled with nontoxic glycol.
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- Meets current CDC requirements for vaccine storage and monitoring
- Rolling memory structure, maintains most recent 525,600 temperature observations
- Stores up to 10 unique alarm events
- Memory can be cleared on unit after downloading data to USB stick*
- Hassle-free retrieval of data – unit can remain in use while downloading and analyzing data
- Status indicators – Low battery, memory full, USB data transfer and active alarm state
- Meets NIST standards
- Supplied: stand, Velcro®, magnetic strips, wall mount, Traceable® Certificate, batteries
- 1 year warranty
*USB stick/flash drive is not included.
**Please Note: Each glycol bottle probe is unique to its thermometer and cannot be switched. The serial number of the glycol bottle probe must match the serial number of the thermometer. Failure to do so could result in false readings. The serial numbers are located on the back of the thermometer and on the probe’s cord.