InTemp CX402-VFCx Temperature Data Logger
Made for the Vaccines for Children program and includes logger, probe and Glycol bottle
Mo-Th 8am to 5:30pm. Fr 8am to 5pm ET
- -40 to 212°F (-40 to 100°C) temperature range
- +/-0.5°C accuracy between 5 and 176°F
+/-0.7°C accuracy between 176 and 212°F
+/-1.0°C accuracy between -40 and 5°F
- Bluetooth Low Energy communication
- Approx. 100ft (30.5m) line-of-sight transmission range
- Approximately 60sec full-memory download time
- No PC or cable needed for setup or download
- 2 AAA-battery power
- 128 KB memory (84,650 measurements)
- NIST certificate of calibration
- IP54 and CE ratings
The InTemp® CX402-TXXX series temperature data loggers monitor temperatures in refrigerators and freezers for clinics participating in the CDC Vaccines for Children program as well as hospitals, clinics, and WHO sites. The loggers communicate wirelessly via Bluetooth Low Energy to mobile devices. Using the InTemp app, you can easily view data, check logger status, set alarms, and create and share secure PDF reports for streamlined reporting and regulatory compliance.
All loggers feature a built-in LCD display to view current and daily min and max temperatures, advanced audible and visual alarm capabilities for notification of temperature excursions, an internal sensor for ambient temperature monitoring, and a 3-year NIST Certification of Calibration for the probe. External temperature probe is available with a 2- or 4-meter flat ribbon cable attached to a Glycol bottle used to insulate the probe and delay thermal response times. Glycol bottle available in 5mL, 15mL and 30mL sizes.
With the optional CX Gateway, you can get remote notifications of temperature excursions and automatically download data from loggers within range of the device.
This product can be used in the following applications:
Here's how some of our customers used this product.
Monitoring Vaccines at a School
The Background: Our customer is a clinic that provides school-based immunizations. They seek a means of monitoring the temperature of vaccines to ensure the efficacy of the vaccine as well as to comply with regulatory requirements.
The Problem: Vaccines must be stored at specific temperatures in order to be effective. When those vaccines are administered at a school, there is a long list of regulations that must be adhered to and documented.
The Solution: We recommended an InTemp CX402-VFCx temperature data logger which was designed specifically to monitor temperatures in refrigerators and freezers for clinics participating in the CDC Vaccines for Children program as well as hospitals, clinics, and WHO sites. The loggers communicate wirelessly via Bluetooth Low Energy to mobile devices. Using the InTemp app, users can easily view data, check logger status, set alarms, and create and share secure PDF reports for streamlined reporting and regulatory compliance.