New Multi Use Temp Monitor & Recorder

CoolPac’s LogTag

LogTag TRID30-7 Temperature RecorderVictoria, Australia –  Below is a video introduction to how to use a LogTag data logger as an internal temperature data logger, temperature and humidity data logger, dry ice temperature data logger or an external temperature probe data logger.

If you prefer to view it at YouTube, the link is: youtu.be/bLKsj3x5Vok



CoolPac is an Australian owned company established in 2000. We design, qualify/validate, locally manufacture and supply temperature controlled packaging solutions with a focus on Pharmaceutical, Biotech and Clinical Research. Based in Melbourne, our State of the Art Facilities has Testing Chambers that mimic environmental changes that occur during transport. Our team of technical experts develop solutions that ensure your products remain within the required temperature threshold when being transported locally or across the globe.

CoolPac Pty Ltd
P.O. Box 123
Glenhuntly Victoria
Australia 3163

Tel: 1300 266 555 or +61 03 9040 2328
Mobile: +61 0425 720 885
Fax: +61 03 8669 4214
Email: coolpac@coolpac.com
Web: www.coolpac.com

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