DT 40565 | FlashLink -200°C Reusable Vaccine Data Logger with Cryo Probe

DT 40565 | FlashLink -200°C Reusable Vaccine Data Logger with Cryo Probe


  • Single channel, external Cryo probe
  • Automatically generates PDF report and CSV file
  • Large easy-to-read LCD
  • Multi-language FlashLink Program Manager software
  • Summary analysis of data, with alarm information
  • Audible and/or visual alarms
  • Degree Minutes and MKT calculations
  • Low battery indicator on LCD
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USB PDF Data Logger with special stainless steel probe allows temperature measurements from -200°C to 40°C for cryogenic applications such as liquid nitrogen tanks. This reusable logger monitors extreme low temperature Ideal for monitoring dry ice liquid nitrogen tanks where frozen eggs and embryos are typically stored. Data is analyzed to identify trends and patterns, then used to improve management practices in areas such as processing and cold chain logistics. The PDF reports can be archived for record keeping, audits, and to comply with HACCP, FSMA and other regulatory requirements.

A built-in USB connector makes it easy to program and download the logger without special reading devices. FlashLink Program Manager software allows users to configure logging parameters, such as sample intervals, high/low alarm limits, automatic or manual start, and alarm delay. PDF reports display temperature history as a graph with summary analytics, as well as in table format. The unique feature of this unit is the on-board software, making it a plug-and-play logger allowing personnel in the field quick access to temperature reports. Data can be downloaded to a PC or tablet with USB port, without needing to install FlashLink Program Manager software on additional computers.


  • Transportation of Frozen Sperm
  • Frozen Eggs,
  • Regeneration Medicines
  • Such as Cryogenic Applications

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FLYER: Reusable Temperature Monitors


for COVID-19 Vaccine Transport and Handling


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