The Cryo Logger’s extended temperature range allows it to replace multiple products that were previously needed, according to GE, leading to costs savings and productivity gains.
GE believes Cryo Logger is suitable for use in cryogenic chambers, lyophilisers, ultraflow freezers and other deep temperature applications.
“The Cryo Logger’s extended temperature range is a huge benefit to customers looking at a reliable, high accuracy, wireless validation solution across ultra low and high temperature applications”, added Kranthi Tata, global product manager at the GE division.
Further improvements include three times longer battery life. The technology is compatible with existing multi-channel and single readers operating with the ValProbe 1.5 software. Also, the Cryo Logger has been designed for on-site user verification between studies.
Kaye LabWatch Pro
GE has also introduced Kaye LabWatch Pro, a monitoring system designed for use in a variety of environments, including blood banks, cold chain storage and cell and tissue repositories.
The monitoring system uses wired and wireless technology to provide accurate and reliable oversight of smaller and larger facilities, according to GE.
“By providing more scalability, the system can be customized to meet specific facility needs while staying compliant. The system has multi layered redundancy making the system extremely reliable for data monitoring and storage”, added Tata.
The technologies will be exhibited at Interphex 2010. in-PharmaTechnologist will also be attending, delivering breaking news, videos and podcast from the show floor.