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Fisherbrand™ Traceable™ Vaccine Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer

Monitors temperature of vaccine in freezers, water baths, heating blocks, incubators, and refrigerators with enclosed temperature-buffered sensor

Brand:  Fisherbrand

Code : 50

Additional Details : Weight : 0.11300kg

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Product Code. 11873460

  • £54.55 / Each


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Description

Description

  • Triple display simultaneously shows Min/max and current temperatures, °F/°C switchable
  • Bottle insulates sensor from rapid temperature changes when refrigerator door is opened
  • One option has a 5mL bottle designed for vaccines; the other has a 10mL bottle
  • Glass bottle filled with glycol mimics vaccine temperature and fits in trays
  • Probe is sealed in glycol solution which insulates sensor when refridgerator door is opened
  • Ten-foot micro-cable permits refrigerator doors to close on it
  • Minimum/maximum memory monitors high and low readings overnight, on weekends, or for any time period
  • Alarm is programmable in 1° increments, sounds continuously when temperature rises above/falls below set points and can be turned off manually
  • High-impact, chemical-resistant ABS plastic case
  • Temperature range: -50 to +70°C/-58 to +158°F
  • Resolution: 1° accuracy: ±1C

Certifications

Individually serial-numbered Traceable™ Certificate is provided from an ISO 17025 calibration laboratory accredited by A2LA. It provides traceability to standards provided by NIST.

Specifications

Specifications

Glycol
ISO 17025, A2LA, NIST
Monitoring temperature in freezers, water baths, heating blocks, incubators and refrigerators
Velcro™ and magnetic mounting strip, one AA battery, ABS Plastic case, alarm set in 1° increments alerts user with visual and audible signals if temperature goes out
ABS Plastic
1°C
0.11kg
±1°C
10mL
2.75 x 2.75 x 0.75 in. (69.85 x 70 x 19mm)
19mm
69.85mm
Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer with 10mL bottle
-50° to +70°C
70mm
LCD
Videos
Documentation