Location is everything!
If your sensors are in the wrong place, you can’t get accurate readings. We offer a wide range of accessories to ensure the proper placement of your loggers so you get the most reliable data. And, we can create custom accessories for even the most unique processes.
Inside Data Loggers
Programmable data loggers can be used to gain a lot of information about a process. The user dictates the intervals in which a reading is logged and, as is the case with DataTrace, can even dictate how and when the logger communicates it data to the server/software. Used in conjunction with its powerful reporting software, DataTrace Pro (DT Pro), DataTrace data loggers can be extremely useful for identifying cold spots, establishing sterility assurance or validating new equipment or processes.
Autoclaves/steam sterilization, retort sterilization, dry heat ovens and tunnels, curing processes, food pasteurization and several other processes rely on accurate temperature measurements to ensure product/patient safety, product integrity and process reliability. Though critical to many applications, temperature data logging is not the only crucial parameter that DataTrace data loggers can be useful for.
In Ethylene Oxide sterilization processes for instance, there are a number of factors to monitor. Certainly levels of EO are important as well as the temperature inside of the process or vessel. Central to the effective delivery of an ethylene oxide insult, humidity must be monitored closely to ensure that the sterilization process is successful. Typical EO sterilization processes require humidity levels to be near 50%, while humidity levels near 30% may be low enough to cause process failure.
A complete data logging system consists not only of high quality data loggers, but also incorporates software to collect, read, graph and report on the data after or, in the case of DataTrace RF, during the process itself. DT Pro gives the user the flexibility to fully customize reporting, data analysis and to program data loggers and logger groupings.