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DeltaTrak life science FlashLink in-transit logger

DeltaTrak life science FlashLink in-transit logger

Pleasanton, California, US: DeltaTrak has a Life Science FlashLink Mini PDF In-Transit Logger configured specifically for tracking shipments of vaccines, biologics, insulin and other temperature sensitive pharmaceuticals.

DeltaTrak's Life Science FlashLink Mini PDF In-Transit Logger

DeltaTrak’s Life Science FlashLink Mini PDF In-Transit Logger

Two models are available with preset low/high alarm limits of 2°C/8°C and 15°C/25°C, to accommodate refrigerated and ambient environments. These single-use temperature recorders provide accurate, reliable monitoring of conditions during transport, storage and handling.

“The built-in USB connector and on-board software make the PDF Mini ideal for shipping vaccines and clinical trial drugs, especially to remote locations,” according to Frederick Wu, president, DeltaTrak.

“It’s convenient for global distribution because receivers don’t need special reading devices or software to access the trip reports.”  Data is downloaded to a PC, Mac, a tablet or printer, so immediate accept/reject decisions are possible upon arrival. The PDF files can be emailed to shippers, third party logistics companies, and to clinical trial program managers.

Each logger comes mounted on a bright green shipping card, making it easy to locate when a shipment arrives. The small and compact size allows for the option to insert the unit directly into a package for tracking temperature close to the product.  For complete traceability, a peel-away barcode label with the logger serial number can be attached to shipping documents, scanned into an ERP system, and associated with product lot codes.

The FlashLink Mini PDF In-Transit Loggers provide verification and documentation that shipments have been kept within proper temperature range to comply with drug manufacturer’s specifications, FDA, CDC, and global regulations. They ensure pharmaceuticals are delivered with maximum efficacy and shelf life to support successful treatment programs and, ultimately, patient safety.