Berlinger & Co. AG Q-Tag Clm

Electronic shipping indicator Q-Tag CLm

This 20-day electronic temperature indicator is used to monitor vaccine shipments. Thanks to the break-off tab, it is clear whether the device has actually started. Immediate and easy decision-making is ensured thanks to precise date and time information on the device's display. All devices are delivered with a NIST/ILAC traceable certificate. For more information: www.berlinger.com

Product owner: Berlinger & Co. AG

Sub-category
Manufacturer
Berlinger & Co. AG
PQS No
E006/014
First pre-qualification date
29-06-2012

Title Author Year Type Language Shared by
Q-tag CLm user manual Berlinger & Co. AG 2015 User guide English Moderator
PQS performance specification E06/TR07.1 WHO 2006 Specification English Moderator
PQS type-examination protocol, WHO/PQS/E06/TR07.VP.1 WHO 2006 Specification English Moderator
Decommissioning and safe disposal of cold chain equipment UNICEF/WHO 2018 Report English Moderator
Company
Berlinger & Co. AG
Mode of operation
Electronic
Mfr unique product reference
Q-Tag Clm
Alarm function(s)
Type 1, Type 2, Type Rotateq, Type Prevenar
Material
Non-corrodible plastics (ABS)
Weight (kg)
0.030 kg
Accuracy (+/- °C)
+/- 0.5°C
Power source
Non-replaceable battery
Battery type
Lithium coin cell
Battery shelf life (year)
60 months from manufacture date
Activated battery life (months)
20 days
Memory size
N/A
Minimum logging intervals
1 min
Maximum logging intervals
N/A
Maximum recording time (days)
N/A
Memory capacity (readings)
N/A
recording medium
Electronic
Activation mechanism
Tag break
User interface
LCD Stop / Info buttons
Alarm type
Visual
Data interface
LCD
Ingress protection rating IP
64
Programmability
Factory programmed
Fixing mechanism
Adhesive
Minimum working temperature (°C)
- 30°C
Maximum working temperature (°C)
+ 55°C
Display medium
LCD
Units per package
42
Weight per package (Kg)
1.78 kg
Shipping volume per package (m3)
0.004 m3
Quality system
ISO 9001:2008
CE marking
TRUE
Country of manufacture
Switzerland
External dimensions
5.5 x 8.5 x 1.0 cm (without the card)

How to Create an Equipment Inventory

You will need a contingency plan for when things go wrong with your equipment. An inventory list helps technicians plan repairs, manage spare parts, and see which locations may need new or additional equipment. Learn how to fill out an equipment inventory, step-by-step. This EPI training video provides knowledge and skills based on WHO guidance (for example, Mid-Level Manager and Immunization in Practice modules) to support routine immunization in the field. Find more at www.immunizationacademy.com.