ORBCOMM’s Euroscan X3 temperature recorder is easy to use and provides proof of an uninterrupted cold chain from point of origin to destination for food, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, live animals, electronics and other temperature-controlled cargo.
With GAMP5 compliance, this device meets the highest of international regulations and guidelines. The printer uses thermal transfer technology for maximum reliability, without the maintenance hassle.
The standalone Euroscan X3 can be integrated with ColdChainView for web-based real-time monitoring and management for both products and refrigerated assets within the cold chain.
Download recorded data over Bluetooth or print from integrated printer to ensure cold chain compliance. Large display and function keys.
2. Ensure Compliance
GAMP5 validated manufacturer for highest compliance standards (including pharmaceutical), provides proof of uninterrupted cold chain. Compliant with EN-12830.
3. Record Local Events
Reliably record events such as door open, lock, defrosting enabled, etc.
4. Flexible and Easy to Install
Simple interfacing for use with refrigeration units and vehicles from all manufacturers. Easy cab installation or outside mounting.
5. Powerful Web Application
Integrate with ColdChainView for unprecedented real-time monitoring and management.
“Euroscan provides us with a complete system to monitor the temperature data of all our rooms and lorries. Sometimes we receive an online alarm even before the driver of the truck recognizes a temperature failure. Because of Euroscan, we can react much quicker.”
Hendrik F. Eggert, Head IT trans-o-flex Thermomed, Thermomed Germany
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