The vLog system is the most accurate and effective solution for understanding your environments and complying with regulations. With easy set-up and placement of self- contained data loggers, you can be mapping a chamber in minutes.
vLog has multiple file security features that aid in regulatory compliance, including:
ASSESSMENT OF VAISALA VLOG VALIDATION SYSTEM COMPLIANCE TO 21 CFR PART 11 REQUIREMENTS
Vaisala vLog is a powerful validation/mapping software for downloading, analyzing and reporting information from Vaisala data loggers. The software is easy to use and designed for performing temperature and humidity mapping studies in GxP-compliant applications. The software includes calibration tracking for the sensors to ensure study results are reliable. The optional IQ/OQ protocol document ensures that vLog software operates with integrity, security and reliability.
For non-regulated, standalone data logging, we offer vLog SP software for basic trending and analysis.
Vaisala mapping service is currently available in Great Britain, Europe, and Japan.
Display temperature, humidity and other parameters on single or separate graphs. Create standard and customized documents fast, including statistics such as min, max and average values, mean kinetic temperature and other calculations, or export to spreadsheets for further analysis.
Simply place the data loggers where you need them — no wires to handle. All DL-series loggers are equipped with a 10-year battery, large internal memory, and stable sensors. vLog lets you focus on study results and analysis, rather than time-consuming setup and re-calibrations.
With vLog’s validated audit trail, no interaction with the system goes unrecorded. Data is secure and tamper-proof, and always gap-free to ensure studies are compliant with 21 CFR Part 11.
Operating a GxP facility that must comply with regulatory requirements is no simple matter but doing so ensures that products are manufactured and delivered safely under meticulous regulation and standards.
Since 1988, Performance Validation (PV) has provided validation, commissioning, and quality services to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device manufacturing and distribution.
This webinar will provide 5 simple rules for mapping studies to effectively determine sensor placement. Senior Regulatory Expert, Paul Daniel, will review the regulations and industry guidance on mapping along with discussing a validation method to reduce the total number of sensors required while maintaining your study’s defensibility under audit.