Regulatory requirements and good practice determine that monitoring of your drug storage environment is critical. Many vaccines and drugs require storage between 2°C and 8C (35.6°F to 46.4°F)
AKCP provides a solution for monitoring of temperature sensitive drugs and vaccines during transport and storage. 2x NIST traceable, calibrated temperature sensors are compared for accuracy once a second. Alerts are sent if the sensor is out of calibration.
NIST4 sensors feature 4x temperature sensors working in 6 pair combinations with calibration checks, providing multiple failovers should a pair be out of calibration.
Temperature Monitoring for Pharmaceutical Storage
Pharmaceutical and Laboratory Monitoring
Glycol Temperature Sensor for Medical Refrigerators
AKCP NIST2 and NIST4 wireless sensors are available with a Glycol Jar attachment for use in laboratories, medical refrigerators and the monitoring of vaccines. The graph below shows a comparison of a sensor exposed to the air temperatures inside the refrigerator (red) and the temperature of the sensor suspended in Glycol (blue). The dampending response is clearly seen, giving a more accurate measure of the temperature of the pharmaceuticals.