Berlinger Q-tag 2 plus

Electronic shipping indicator

Q-Tag2 plus is an irreversible electronic temperature indicator that show if a product has been exposed to temperatures beyond assigned alarm settings. There are three types of Q-tag2 plus:

1. Type 1 for freeze sensitive vaccines

2. Type 2 for non-freeze sensitive vaccines

3. Type prevenar 7-valent conjugated vaccine

Each type has its own alarm settings. For more information: www.berlinger.com

Product owner: Berlinger & Co. AG

Sub-category
PQS No
E006/002
Manufacturer reference name
Q-tag 2 plus
Product description
Electronic shipping indicator Q-tag 2 plus
Manufacturer
Berlinger & Co. AG
First pre-qualification date
30-09-2007

Company
Berlinger & Co. AG
Mfr unique product reference
Q-tag 2 plus
Mode of operation
Electronic
Sensor type(s)
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Alarm function(s)
Details of alarm functions can be found in the E006 introductory notes
Material
ABS
Weight (kg)
0.028 kg
Accuracy (+/- °C)
± 0.5°C
Power source
Non-replaceable battery
Battery type
Lithium coin cell
Battery shelf life (year)
24 months from manufacture date
Activated battery life (months)
20 days
Memory size
N/A
Minimum logging intervals
pre-set at 1 min interval
Maximum logging intervals
pre-set
Maximum recording time (days)
10 days
Memory capacity (readings)
NA
recording medium
Electronic
Activation mechanism
Start button
User interface
LCD - Start/Stop button
Alarm type
Visual
Data interface
LCD display
Ingress protection rating IP
67
Programmability
Factory programmed
Fixing mechanism
None
Minimum working temperature (°C)
-30°C
Maximum working temperature (°C)
+55°C
Display medium
LCD
Units per package
50
Weight per package (Kg)
1.90 kg
Shipping volume per package (m3)
0.007m3
Quality system
ISO 9001:2008
CE marking
TRUE
Country of manufacture
Switzerland
External dimensions
5.7 x 5.8 x 1.1 cm

Q-tag 2plus / Instructional video (EN)

Electronic shipping indicator


How to use the Q­tag2 plus®

A technical instructional video on how to use Q­tag2 plus® for temperature monitoring in  international shipments.


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