T&D Launches Its Most Advanced and Capable Vaccine Storage and Transportation Data Loggers - TR75A

The TR75A Supports Six Types of Thermocouple Sensors, Allowing for a Wide Range of Temperature Monitoring Capabilities
By: T&D Corporation
SANTA FE, N.M. - Dec. 2, 2021 - PRLog -- T&D Corporation, the only manufacturer of wireless and stand-alone data loggers providing free and unlimited cloud data storage, today announced the release of its new Thermo Recorder TR75A data logger. The TR75A is designed to meet the growing demand for medical professionals and shipping providers managing the storage and transportation of vaccines. The TR75A will be available in December 2021.

"Vaccine storage and transportation monitoring has been the most highly demanded application for our data loggers over the last two years," said Stephen Knuth, president, TandD US, LLC. "The TR75A was designed for this exact need as well as adding new capabilities and features for temperature control of vaccines."

TR75A provides some of our largest range of temperature monitoring and recording at -199 to 1760° C. With the varying storage and transportation temperature requirements for the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, TR75A will cover all needs. In addition, an LCD display was added that allows for the simultaneous display of 2 channels. A "Vaccine Mode" setting also provides compatibility with Vaccines For Children (VFC) guidelines as determined by the CDC.

Additional features of the TR75A include:
  • Alarm notification via LCD display and email
  • MAX and MIN values displayed in the LCD make it easy to understand the highest and lowest temperature for each day.
  • Automatic upload of recorded data to T&D's free cloud-based WebStorage Service and free server software available when cloud service cannot be used
  • Secure network communication with server via HTTPS
  • Setup and data download via USB (with PC) or Bluetooth (with mobile device)
  • Logging capacity of up to 30,000 readings per channel. That allows for recording and storing up to 3.5 years of data at a maximum recording interval of one hour.
  • No loss of recorded data even if battery power is completely gone. Once the battery is replaced, data can be downloaded as usual.
To learn more about the TR75A, visit T&D's website at www.tandd.com. In addition, T&D's data logger distributor network can be found on the website at https://tandd.com/purchasing/.

Alec Robertson
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