Dry ice is commonly known to reach temperatures of -78.5 °C, so most dry ice data loggers work to -80.0 °C. If you regularly have dry ice shipments, you might wonder why you reach temperatures below that limit.
The fact is dry ice can reach temperatures far below -80.0 °C during a regular shipment. Temperatures colder than -80.0 °C in dry ice can occur because of vibration or pressure differences, both things that are likely to happen during your shipment.
Measuring range: -95 °C to +50 °C; Up to 8 temperature alarm zones, and alarm on logging time;
Connection: USB, generates PDF with alarm statistics and graph; Expiry date according to label (auto-expiry)
- Internal temperature sensor for placement directly into dry ice
- Covers all scenarios experienced in dry ice, also below -80 °C
- Fully functional immediately upon removing from dry ice
- Unmatched accuracy, fully calibrated with traceable certificate
- Compatible with liberoMANAGER cold chain database
|Probe type:||Datalogger with NTC-Probe, internal|
|Typical application area:||Dry ice, transport|
|Measurement temperature range:||-95 °C .. +50 °C|
|Alarm:||8 alarm levels, MKT, and Duration|
|Memory capacity:||24'200 measurement values per logger|