World-Class Temperature Monitoring Solution
CAS DataLoggers is proud to announce a newly-improved version of the popular Accsense A2-05 WiFi logger! This new version features a compact 5V power supply, making it even easier to install in hospitals and clinics. Accsense is the choice of the world’s most prestigious hospitals and clinics including Boston Children’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Stanford Hospital & Clinics, UCLA Medical Center and many others. To learn more about these cutting-edge systems, give an Accsense representative a call at (800) 956-4437 and we’ll be happy to help you with your questions. Call us today and learn more!
Why Temperature Data Loggers?
Faulty temperature control in medical refrigerators and freezers is the most common cause of damaged vaccine. The CDC’s 2014 Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit states that the surest way to avoid losing these valuable vaccine supplies is to use a temperature monitoring device for every medical storage unit.
Automated temperature monitoring and alarming helps to prevent the very real possibility of losing your vaccine supply in one event. For example, if a refrigerator suddenly fails over the weekend, you could return on Monday to find that its entire contents need to be thrown out! Likewise, any gaps in vaccine temperature documentation may lead to an inspector judging your supply to be unsafe and disposed of.
Now the A2-05 logger is even easier to install since the power supply is housed inside it, so it’s easy to just plug into a wall outlet. Additionally, if users want to relocate the logger, they can just unplug it and the logger will continue to log while momentarily removed from the power supply. Additionally, the unit features a lithium ion backup battery pack.
Wireless Temperature Monitoring is the Answer:
Healthcare providers around the world are turning to Wireless Temperature Dataloggers to protect their valuable life science products. For continuous 24/7 vaccine temperature monitoring in clinics, hospitals and doctor’s offices, Accsense offers the A2-05-W WiFi Temperature Data Logger. These temperature monitoring systems are a cost-effective way to go wireless and get access to advanced alarm functionality including automated phone calls to multiple recipients.
Each A2-05-W wireless datalogger has inputs for two external RTD temperature probes and an additional input for a thermocouple. These bestselling pods are a low-cost way to monitor a combination medical refrigerator/freezer unit or two storage units at distributed points.
With the A2-05-W there’s no need to buy a wireless gateway or to install wiring. Using a standard WiFi connection to the internet, the wireless data logger makes it easy to connect to your WiFi Network. The A2-05-W supports 802.11a/b/g/n specifications and also supports WEP, WPA, WPA2, 802.11i and 802.1x Supplicant.
In case of a power failure or network connection loss, the data logger has an internal lithium battery to keep running for 6 hours, during which it will continue to buffer data and store up to 256 data points or until connection is restored.
Cloud Storage and Alarms:
Using your Accsense Online Account, you can view both live and historic data updated in real time. Just login through any Web browser to view the latest data collected by the WiFi Temperature Pod. With just a mouseclick you can view real-time reports and graphs or configure the system from anywhere an internet connection is available. All the temperature data and documentation is stored on our secure cloud servers for regulatory compliance.
An Accsense Online Monitoring Subscription includes your choice of SMS text messaging, emails, pages, and sequentially-dialed voice messages, with the ability to design custom callout lists for each monitoring point. Several alarm levels and contacts are supported. You can also receive alarms and view data online from your mobile device.
Alarms originate from a remote server system with redundant power, so if your facility’s power or internet service fails, you will immediately receive an alarm notification. Only Accsense offers this capability!
Ultra-Low Temperature Monitoring:
A popular life science application is to use Accsense to monitor Stirling Ultracold Shuttle ™ ULT-25 units. These portable wheeled storage units (as low as -86°C) containing high-value drugs and specimens such as skin grafts. This is accomplished using the A2-05W pod’s thermocouple input along with a Type T thermocouple sensor.