A leading cold chain management technology provider has introduced several data loggers and thermometers and a new pH meter.

On Nov. 21, Pleasanton, Calif.-based DeltaTRAK rolled out its FlashLink Mini Data Logger, a small, single-use, in-transit data logger featuring DeltaTRAK’s patented Shadow Log capability, according to a company news release.

The Shadow Log technology guarantees retention of data even when units aren’t activated. The new FlashLink logger is ideal for documenting storage and transport conditions of temperature sensitive products, said Frederick Wu, president and chief executive officer of DeltaTRAK.

“With the addition of this new low cost logger, our family of loggers provides customers with the right tool for any temperature monitoring job,” he said.  “Our loggers are the most cost-effective cold chain logistic tools available, and they are valuable tools for any prevention control or HACCP programs.”

Data gathered by the FlashLink Mini Data Logger and all other DeltaTRAK loggers can be captured and manipulated using methods as simple as a PDF graph or desktop software, or as comprehensive as DeltaTRAK’s ColdTRAK cloud-based information management system.

A week after the rollout of the FlashLink Mini Data Logger, DeltaTRAK announced the addition of two loggers to the FlashLink line: the FlashLink USB Reusable data logger and the FlashLink USB In-Transit Tanker Logger.

The FlashLink USB Reusable data logger, which features an external probe, is IP67 waterproof-rated and NIST and CE Mark certified logger. It comes with either a blunt tip or needle tip probe for monitoring product as it moves through the cold chain.

The FlashLink USB In-Transit Tanker Logger features an extended sensor on a 3-meter cable. The probe is weighted down and designed for monitoring liquids in a tanker truck.

DeltaTRAK also introduced several new thermometers in late November: the ThermoTrace Combo Infrared/Thermocouple thermometer; the DeltaTRAK Grill thermometer and the ThermoTrace Infrared Gun thermometer.

Also new is the company’s latest pH meter, which uses an Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor (ISFET) sensor and registers both pH and temperature on its LCD display.