Sensitech Inc. VaxAlertTM USB

20 day electronic shipping indicator

Product owner: Dan Admin

Sub-category
Manufacturer
Sensitech Inc.
PQS No
E006/029
First pre-qualification date
18-12-2014

Title Author Year Type Language Shared by
VaxAlert user manual Sensitech Inc. 2014 User guide English Moderator
Decommissioning and safe disposal of cold chain equipment UNICEF/WHO 2018 Report English Moderator
Company
Sensitech Inc.
Maximum of sensor channels
1
Mode of operation
Electronic
Mfr unique product reference
VaxAlertTM USB
Sensor type(s)
Electronic digital
Alarm function(s)
Three alarms as per WHO
Material
ABS
Weight (kg)
70.9g
Accuracy (+/- °C)
±0.5°C between -5°C and +25°C
Power source
Non-replaceable battery
Battery type
3.6V Lithium
Battery shelf life (year)
24 mths
Activated battery life (months)
12 mths
Memory size
16 000 data points
Minimum logging intervals
pre-set 2 min
Maximum logging intervals
Optional up to 2 hours
Maximum recording time (days)
20 days
Memory capacity (readings)
16 000 data points
recording medium
Electronic
Activation mechanism
Start/Stop button
User interface
LCD and PC downloadable
Alarm type
Visual
Data interface
LCD and PC downloadable
Ingress protection rating IP
64
Programmability
Factory programmed
Fixing mechanism
None
Associated system components
None
Minimum working temperature (°C)
-30°C
Maximum working temperature (°C)
+55°C
Display medium
LCD
Units per package
20
Weight per package (Kg)
1.04
Quality system
ISO 9001:2008
CE marking
TRUE
Country of manufacture
China; People's Republic of
External dimensions
10.1 x 5.6 x 1.96

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