184 G1-Transport Logger for Shock-Sensitive Goods
Transport logger for Shock-Sensitive goods , Model no. 184 G1
Temperature measuring range: -20 to +70 °C
Accuracy: ±0.5 °C (0 to +70 °C), ±0.8 °C (-20 to +0 °C)
Resolution: 0.1 °C
Measurement unit: °C
Battery: Lithium battery CR2450, 3V
Battery life: 120 days
Transport logger for measuring shock limit values
The transport logger for shock-sensitive goods is an all in one data logger. The device is used to measure temperature, humidity, and shock in the logistics of electronic products and foods. It is lightweight and accurate. The battery life serves up to a period of 120 days. The measurement rate can be varied from 1min to 24 hours. The device has unlimited operating time and a functional visual alarm.
The device monitors and documents temperature, humidity and shock in food logistics.
Monitoring and documentation of temperature, humidity and shock in logistic services of all kinds
It monitors and documents temperature, humidity and shock values in pharmaceutical logistics
The device monitors and documents all critical parameters during food transport.
The device monitors violation of shock limits of products such as electronics, delicate machinery or biopharmaceutical products with defined shock limits.
It monitors and documents with all common standards, guidelines and regulations.
The operating time if the device is unlimited.
The PDF report is instantly created directly after connection to the computer.
Transport monitoring in abides GxP, 21 CFR Part 11 and HACCP standards.
It has a clear alarm indication function.
It can be operated easily.
The data logger has an easy configuration.
A mobile readout function is provided to the device.
The data logger works securely without the aid of external software.
The measurement rate is can be varied from 1 min to 24 h.
The device has a storage capacity of 1000 shock measurement values.
An exchangeable standard battery is provided by the user.
The measuring range of temperature is from -20 to +70 °C.
The NTC temperature accuracy is ±0.5 °C (0 to +70 °C), ±0.8 °C (-20 to +0 °C)
The temperature resolution is 0.1 °C.
The temperature measuring rate ranges from 1 min to 24 hr.
The measuring range of humidity is 0 to 100%RH.
The accuracy of humidity measurement is ±2 %RH at +25 °C (20 to 80 %RH), ±3 %RH at +25 (< 20 and > 80 %RH), ±1 %rF Hysterese, ±1 %rF/year Drift
The humidity resolution is 0.1 %RH.
The weight of the equipment is 44g.
It has a dimension of 97 x 40 x 12 mm.
The device operates at a temperature varying from -20 to +70 °C.
The storage temperature varies from a range of -55 to +70 °C.
An exchangeable Lithium CR2450,3V, cell is used to power the device.
It has a battery life serving up to 120 days at +25 °C and 15 min. measuring cycle.
It has a measuring rate of 2s to 24hr.
It has a memory capacity of 64,000 humidity and temperature values and 1,000 shock measurement values.
It has a class IP30 protection.
The device is made of ABS housing material.
2 connectable NTC temperature probe and humidity probe is provided with the device.
5 internal channels are provided in the device.
The device has unlimited operating time.
A visual alarm function by LED and display is facilitated.
Adobe® Acrobat Reader is required in the system
We supply these transport logger for shock-sensitive goods for measuring shock during logistics in the USA, UK, Germany, France, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, and other European countries. Also, we supply transport logger for these shock-sensitive goods for measuring shock during logistics in the Middle East and other Asian countries including India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Singapore, etc.
Our African offices supply these transport logger for shock-sensitive goods for measuring shock during logistics across all African countries covering South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Rwanda, Djibouti, Morocco, Ghana, Ethiopia, Uganda, Morocco, Tunisia, Cameroon, Mauritius, Gabon, Seychelles, etc.
Our Middle East offices supply these transport logger for shock-sensitive goods for measuring shock during logistics in the United Arab Emirates, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, Egypt, Lebanon, Bahrain, Libya, Iraq, Erbil, Jordan, etc.