Temperature control when storing vaccines is of utmost importance. Vaccines must be stored within 2° and 8°, although 5° is the temperature to strive for. If vaccines drop below this temperature, they will die and be rendered ineffective. If they are stored above this temperature range, their shelf life will be shortened.
Most vaccine fridges have built in temperature monitors to control the temperature of the fridge. However, what happens if the fridge fails, or looses power? There is no way to tell what the temperature was during that time. This is where an OnSolution Temperature Logger is useful.
The LogTag LT, with built in LED alarm is perfect for vaccine storage temperature logging. This inexpensive device will alert you to any abnormal or unexpected temperatures, allowing you to take action immediately.