Cydiance Piura

  • Standard battery life of 15 days, optional 60-day battery
  • -20C to +60C Measurement range
  • 0-99% RH Measurement range
  • Pull to start tab
  • LED Alarm indicator
  • NIST calibration
  • On-line Cydiance Book® tracking platform



Cydiance Piura data loggers are single-use, disposable devices made for real-time tracking of perishable shipments, collecting records of temperature, humidity, and locations. It works globally and suits applications in both domestic and international logistics.

The Cydiance Book® web site is integrated with Piura series, which enables monitoring of data in graphs and charts, creating and managing shipment details, setting up alert conditions for risk management.

Piura Features:

  • Simply pull off the tab to start
  • Alerts for temperature
  • Geofence activities
  • Notifications for shipment delivery
  • Excel or PDF report for download
  • Authenticated user access
  • Recycle with F2C program

We also offer the Cydiance Lorca, a Temperature only version.


Temperature range   -20 ℃ to +60 ℃ operation, -20℃ to +60 ℃ storage
Temperature accuracy  ±0.5℃ (-10~+60℃ )
Humidity range 0 to 99% Non-condensing
Humidity accuracy  ±5% (20 ~ 80% RH)
Memory   Maximum 100 days of continuous 15 minutes interval data recording
LED   Blue for active, Red for alarm
Size   85mm × 59mm × 25mm
Weight  80g
Network   Cellular 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz Quad band GSM/GPRS
Certifications   CE, FCC, UL, RoHS
Calibrations   NIST, PTB, NPL
Battery Life*  Standard – 15days operation with temperature and location measurements reported at 15 min interval, optional 60 days at 60 minute interval.
Location service  LBS base station positioning
* May vary due to environmental conditions


  • Cydiance Book Tracking Platform
  • Temperature/humidity tracking
  • Location tracking
  • Logistic provider report
  • Event logs for all activities
  • Alerts for critical events via email/SMS
  • Information synchronized for all parties


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