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Pacific Sensor Technologies releases ultra low temperature data recorder

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Pacific Sensor Technologies has released Cryo-Temp by MadgeTech. Cryo-Temp, the new ultra low temperature data recorder can be placed in environments from -86°C to +35°C. Cryo-Temp is ideal for dry ice shipment and storage monitoring, blood banks, laboratory freezers and medical and pharmaceutical shipment temperature verification.

The Pacific Sensor Technologies PST-Cryo-Temp is a battery operated, stand-alone data logger that utilises a built-in temperature sensor for monitoring and recording temperature data. External temperature probes are not required for the Cryo-Temp.

The Pacific Sensor Technologies PST-Cryo-Temp may be placed directly in the environment being monitored. The IFC300 USB base station, interfaces with the logger to allow communication with a PC or laptop for programming, start and offload of collected data.

The Pacific Sensor Technologies PST-Cryo-Temp is enclosed in a splash-proof case that features a handle for easy attachment. Three LEDs that are green, yellow and red in colour indicate the status/temperature of the shipment being monitored.

The user can program a warning and/or alarm range. The green LED indicates the recorder is logging data. The yellow LED indicates that a temperature reading exceeded the user programmed warning limits and the red LED signifies a temperature reading exceeded the user programmed alarm limits.

Windows-based software collects, displays and analyses data easily. The Pacific Sensor Technologies PST-Cryo-Temp has a selectable reading rate from every 5 seconds up to 30 minutes. The user can program the Cryo-Temp for an immediate start, delayed start up to 30 days or pushbutton start.

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