Sensitech Inc. VaxAlert TM

Electronic shipping indicator

Product owner: Dan Admin

Sub-category
Manufacturer
Sensitech Inc.
PQS No
E006/010
First pre-qualification date
08-05-2009

Company
Sensitech Inc.
Mode of operation
Electronic
Mfr unique product reference
VaxAlert TM
Sensor type(s)
Electronic thermistor
Alarm function(s)
Type 1 and Type 2 and Rotateq visible on LCD screen retrievable by history mode
Material
ABS
Weight (kg)
0.015
Accuracy (+/- °C)
+/-0.5°C
Power source
Non-replaceable battery
Battery type
Not replaceable single use
Battery shelf life (year)
18 mths
Activated battery life (months)
Minimum 20 days
Memory size
N/A
Minimum logging intervals
1 mn
Maximum logging intervals
--
Maximum recording time (days)
20 days
Memory capacity (readings)
--
recording medium
Electronic
Activation mechanism
push button
User interface
Device itself
Alarm type
Visual
Data interface
LCD
Ingress protection rating IP
65
Programmability
Factory programmed
Fixing mechanism
None
Minimum working temperature (°C)
-30°
Maximum working temperature (°C)
+55°c
Display medium
LCD
Units per package
20
Weight per package (Kg)
6.8 kg
Shipping volume per package (m3)
0.0044 m3
Quality system
ISO 9001:2008
CE marking
TRUE
Country of manufacture
China; People's Republic of
External dimensions
9.89 x 5.80 x 1.75

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