Vaisala DL1000-1400 is a high-accuracy temperature data logger. Ideal for ultra-low temperature freezers, fridges, cold rooms in regulated environments, the DL1000-1400 temperature logger provides stable, reliable measurements. With a measurement range from -90 °C to +70 °C and stable accuracy at ±0.10°C, the DL1000-1400 series can take up to four inputs for monitoring or mapping temperatures in that range. This series also offers an optional input for door monitoring. The DL-series loggers connect to Vaisala's viewLinc software to provide historical and real-time data, remote alarming, and reporting in compliance with global regulations and standards. The Vaisala OPC-DA Server software can be used to integrate Vaisala DL-series data loggers to non-Vaisala systems. If access to historical measurements is needed, the Vaisala OPC-UA Server can be used to integrate the viewLinc database with non-Vaisala systems.
With autonomous power and recording capacity, data is immune to network and power interruptions, ensuring that data are secure and available to provide continuous, gap-free records for compliance. DL-series batteries have a typical life-span of ten years.
The DL-series loggers connect to Vaisala's monitoring system viewLinc through multiple connectivity options: RS-232 serial, USB, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and PoE. The Vaisala OPC server software allows compatible non-Vaisala systems to integrate Vaisala's DL-series temperature data loggers.
Fully validatable and designed for regulated applications, the DL1000-1400 temperature data loggers are calibrated to ensure GxP-compliant measurement. Records are secure and formatted to help meet 21 CFR Part 11 and Annex 11 requirements. Measurements are traceable to SI units through national metrology institutes (NIST USA, MIKES Finland, or equivalent) or ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibration laboratories.
Since 1988, Performance Validation (PV) has provided validation, commissioning, and quality services to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device manufacturing and distribution.
Medicines, vaccines and active ingredients for drug manufacturing are sensitive to temperature; their chemical properties can change in different conditions, especially temperature and humidity.
viewLinc Monitoring, Alarming, Reporting Software
vNet Power over Ethernet Interface
vLog Mapping Software
Vaisala OPC-DA Server Software