FlashLink® PDF Vaccine In-Transit Logger

Model 40458-03 to 40458-09

  • Low/High Alarm Settings
  • Compact, single-use temperature logger
  • Shadow Log® guarantees trip data
  • One model records up to 85 days
  • No software required to download reports
  • Built-in USB connector, no special reading device
  • PDF and CSV reports in both °F and °C scales
  • Recorded data automatically scales to fit full graph
  • Save and share files from PC or tablet
Applications: Vaccines, clinical trial drugs, insulin, biologics, and other pharmaceuticals

This logger is designed for Life Science applications, with 10 minute sample intervals and preset alarms, ideal for shipping vaccines, clinical trial drugs, insulin, biologics and other pharmaceuticals. Model 40458-08 has -2°C/-8°C low/high alarms for refrigerated conditions, model 40458-09 has -25°C/15°C alarms for vaccines and biologics that must be kept frozen at -20°C.

Our next generation plug-and-play logger has the added benefit of Shadow Log® technology, guaranteeing that receivers always get trip data, even if a shipper forgets to start the unit. This compact, single-use temperature recorder has a built-in USB connector and on-board software, making it ideal for export shipments.

Receivers across the globe can quickly and easily download recorded trip history without special reading devices or installing software. PDF and CSV reports are automatically generated with both °F and °C scales, including a graph, summary analytics and tabular data. Files are conveniently shared, printed and saved from a PC, tablet or smart phone with adapter and compatible Adobe Reader application.

One model is suitable for domestic routes and import/export operations, for all modes of transportation: air, truck, rail or ocean container. Shippers simplify logger inventory management without having to stock multiple models of various logging durations. Recorded data is scaled to fit a graph on a one-page PDF report, which means shorter logging periods are shown with high resolution as a full graph.