The recorders are designed for supermarket delivery fleets, foodservice distributors and similar operations, and are aimed at avoiding repeat purchases of single-use recorders.
The new units are Boomerang X and Boomerang X RF.
They can use Ventura, Calif.-based Cargo Data’s Express handheld device to collect data from all Boomerang series temperature recorders. Data is downloaded in less than five seconds, according to a news release.
Boomerang X RF can transmit data to Express wirelessly, avoiding the need to retrieve the recorder from a mount on a pallet rack or from within a trailer.
The system stores data from up to 48 monitoring sessions and has support from the free KoldLink app, according to the company. KoldLink allows data to be viewed, e-mailed, printed, archived and saved on the UpLink cloud storage system using the identification number assigned to each recorder. More information is online.