Vaccine Wifi Thermometer
- TandD - TR71A/TR75A
- Channels: Temperature 2ch
- Range: -40 to 110℃
- Comm Interfaces: Wireless LAN, USB, Bluetooth 4.2 (Bluetooth Low Energy)
The Vaccine Wifi Thermometer is a temperature logger with two available sensor connections and can measure from -60 to 155℃.
The wide range of optional sensors provides increased measurement flexibility.
The LCD screen allows the simultaneous display of either the current values of two channels, the highest and lowest values of channel 1, or the highest and lowest values of channel 2. The ALM icon on the LCD alerts the user of the occurrence of an alarm. Use the wireless LAN feature to auto-upload data to the cloud for anytime anywhere access and get warning notices.
Bluetooth communication allows you to view data, create reports and make settings from a smartphone or tablet. Connect to a PC with a USB cable to download recorded data, create reports and make setting changes.
The software application used with the TR71A has a "Vaccine Mode", which meets or exceeds CDC requirements for VFC, and is useful for monitoring and recording vaccine temperatures. TR71A is useful not only in research labs and hospitals, but also in homes, offices, and other industries.
Meets or exceeds CDC requirements for VFC
Plus Automated Recordkeeping and Real-Time Monitoring
|Normal Mode||Vaccine Mode|
|Max/Min Values||Max/Min temperature reading since the start of recording or reset (via buttons or software/app)||Max/Min recorded value since the start of recording or reset (via buttons or software/app)|
|Warning Judgment Time||30 sec to 60 min (9 selections) A warning will be issued when a measurement exceeds the set threshold value or a sensor error occurs for longer than the set judgment time.||0 sec. If a recorded value exceeds the set threshold value or if a sensor error occurs, a warning will be issued.|
|Warning Display [ALM] Icon||Warning alarms for exceeding a set upper and lower limit and for sensor errors will both disappear when the warning condition is resolved.||Warning alarms for exceeding a set upper and lower limit will not disappear even after a value returns to within the threshold range. Warning alarms for sensor errors will disappear upon return to normal.|
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