4127 Traceable®-Temperature-Monitoring-Kit -- TM-4127
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Traceable® Temperature Monitoring Kit

For Accurately Monitoring Temperatures
SKU:
TM-4127

A digital thermometer for accurate monitoring of temperatures in freezers, incubators, and/or refrigerators. This calibrated thermometer, with enclosed temperature-buffered sensor, has a triple display to show min, max, and current temperatures.

$69.00

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Cool Cube™ 03 at Lab Freezer Temps

A laboratory qualified system that utilizes PCM technology to keep product such as varicella, MMRV, zoster or fresh frozen plasma, frozen between -50 and -15°C for 62+ hours without the need for electricity or dry ice. Ideal for extended transportation/storage of valuable frozen product, & to have as a power outage backup.

Cool Cube™ 03 at Refrigerator Temps

A laboratory qualified system that utilizes PCM technology to keep product such as fresh vaccine and medicine safely between 2°C and 8°C for 65+ hours without the need for electricity, ice or buffering material. Ideal for off-site vaccinations, long-term transportation and power outage backup.

The Traceable® Temperature Monitoring Kit (TM-4127) is a digital thermometer for accurate monitoring of temperatures in freezers, incubators, and/or refrigerators. This calibrated thermometer, with enclosed temperature-buffered sensor, has a triple display to show min, max, and current temperatures. It is the world’s most popular refrigerator/freezer thermometer and has a detachable, GRAS, glycol-encased probe (recommended by the CDC) to insulate the readings from rapid temperature changes (i.e. when a door is opened). Base unit, probe, certificate, flip-open stand, wall mounting, Velcro®, magnetic strips, batteries, and universal adapter included.

Technology & Features

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Multi-point calibration on an individually-numbered certificate assures accuracy.

Triple display simultaneously shows min/max and current temperatures and is °F/°C switchable.

Alarm is programmable in 1° increments, sounds continuously and can be turned off manually.

Additional Features

  • Probe is sealed in a miniature bottle (1 x 2-1/2 inches) filled with nontoxic glycol and is GRAS (generally recognized as safe) by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration).
  • Ten-foot micro-cable permits refrigerator doors to close on it.
  • Bottle insulates sensor from rapid temperature changes when refrigerator door is opened.
  • Accurately monitor temperatures in freezers, water baths, heating blocks, incubators, and refrigerators with this enclosed temperature-buffered sensor.
  • Minimum/maximum monitors high and low readings overnight, on weekends, or for any time period.
    High-impact, chemical-resistant ABS plastic case.
  • Solid-state probe eliminates mercury contamination in refrigerators. Eliminates concerns about contact with food or drinking water.

Traceable® Certificate

Multi-point calibration on an individually-numbered Traceable® Certificate which assures accuracy from a ISO/IEC 17025:2005 (1750.01) calibration laboratory accredited by A2LA. It indicates traceability of measurements to the SI units through NIST or other recognized national measurement institutes (NMI) that are signatories to the CIPM Mutual Recognition Agreement.

Dimensions & Specs

Base Unit: 2¾” x 4¼” x ¾”
Weight: 4 oz.
Temp Range: -50 to 70°C (-58 to 158°F)

TM-4127 dimensions

SEAMLESS ACCESSORY




This monitoring device pairs well with a Cool Cube™ PCM cooler. Although the cooler is so consistent and reliable, it is always good practice to keep monitoring temperature sensitive product even when on-the-go.

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EASY TO USE




Simple buttons with an easy to understand display make this the go-to product for temperature monitoring simplicity. No special docking stations or software needed to transfer data to a computer (PC or Mac).

HIGHLY REPUTABLE




Beginning with spot measuring in 1978, through the evolution of live Wi-Fi today, Traceable® specializes in condition monitoring in various applications (fridges/freezers, storerooms, research, blood banks, coolers, and more).

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Using a Corded Temperature Monitor with the Cool Cube™ 

Routing a Corded Probe through the Cool Cube™ 03

The Cool Cube™ 03 has clear plastic, external pockets for holding a temperature monitor (or other things) during use. When using a device with a corded probe, here’s how you can do it:

  1. After packing out the product, place the probe within the chamber as if it were the product.
  2. Route the cord to a corner of the Cool Cube™, where the panels meet.
  3. Place the last PCM panel on top to complete the chamber.
  4. Close the lid of the Cool Cube™
  5. Zip the two zippers around the cord where it comes out
  6. Plug the cord into the temperature monitor and place it in a pocket of the Cool Cube™.

**Best Practice: Condition the probe to the target temperature before integrating it into the Cool Cube™ chamber.

Routing a Corded Probe through the Cool Cube™ 08

The Cool Cube™ 08 has clear plastic, external pockets for holding a temperature monitor (or other things) during use. When using a device with a corded probe, here’s how you can do it:

  1. After packing out the product, place the probe within the chamber as if it were the product.
  2. Route the cord to a corner of the Cool Cube™, where the panels meet.
  3. Place the last PCM panel on top to complete the chamber.
  4. Close the lid of the Cool Cube™
  5. Zip the two zippers around the cord where it comes out
  6. Plug the cord into the temperature monitor and place it in a pocket of the Cool Cube™.

**Best Practice: Condition the probe to the target temperature before integrating it into the Cool Cube™ chamber.

Routing a Corded Probe through the Cool Cube™ 28

The Cool Cube™ 28 is equipped with an elastic, external pocket to hold a temperature monitor (or other things) during use. When using a device with a corded probe, here’s how you can do it:

  1. After packing out the product, place the probe in the chamber with the product.
  2. Next, route the cord to the center, front of the Cool Cube™. (If you have not disconnected the cord from the device, do so now.)
  3. Take the plug end of the cord and slide it down between the insulation panel and outer wall of the case about 3” to the black flexible grommet.
  4. Push the plug end of the cord through the flexible grommet (from the inside out).
    • The design allows for the grommet to be removed or possibly popped out during this process. Route the cord through the grommet and re-insert if necessary.
  5. Place the last PCM panel on top to complete the chamber.
  6. Plug the cord into the temperature monitor and place it in the pocket of the Cool Cube™.
  7. Close the lid of the Cool Cube™.

One moment of caution here. Routing a cord through the open lid and not utilizing the grommet hole will likely inhibit the lid from closing completely and could damage or sever the cord when closing the lid.

**Best Practice: Condition the probe to the target temperature before integrating it into the Cool Cube™ chamber.

Routing a Corded Probe through the Cool Cube™96

The Cool Cube™ 96 is equipped with an elastic, external pocket to hold a temperature monitor (or other things) during use. When using a device with a corded probe, here’s how you can do it:

  1. Slide out the front PCM panel being careful not to disturb the product arrangement.**Be cautious of rings/jewelry on this next step.**
  2. Place the probe within the chamber as if it were the product. Route the cord to the center, front of the Cool Cube™. (If you have not disconnected the cord from the device, do so now.)
  3. Slide a hand between the outer case and front Styrofoam insulation to create about 1” of space, the front vacuum insulated panel will flex slightly.
  4. Take the plug end of the cord and slide it down between the foam and outer wall of the case about 2” to the black flexible grommet.
    • The design allows for the grommet to be removed or possibly popped out during this process. Route the cord through the grommet and re-insert if necessary.
  5. Push the plug end of the cord through the flexible grommet, from the inside out.
  6. Replace the front PCM panel and place the final panel on top to complete the chamber.
  7. Plug the cord into the temperature monitor and place it in the pocket of the Cool Cube™.
  8. Close the lid of the Cool Cube™.

One moment of caution here. Routing a cord through the open lid and not utilizing the grommet hole will likely inhibit the lid from closing completely and could damage or sever the cord when closing the lid.

**Best Practice: Condition the probe to the target temperature before integrating it into the Cool Cube™ chamber.

FAQs

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Basic Monitoring Specific FAQ

No. However, it does show high/low readings and meanwhile alarms can be set to signal out of range conditions.


General Temp Monitoring FAQs

Calibration

Devices are recalibrated by Control Company (the manufacturer). Detailed instructions and a recalibration form can be found on our website. Click Here
New units come with a calibration due date of 2 years from the date of manufacture. However, inventorying such products sometimes cuts into this time period weeks or months. We guarantee a calibration due date of at least 1 year past the purchase date.

When recalibrating your measurement device, you have the option to receive data as “As Found“, “As Left“, or both.

AS FOUND calibration data is calibration data acquired prior to any repairs or adjustments being made to the device. Essentially, it is the condition of the device “as found” when arriving to our facility for calibration. This provides the user an opportunity to ensure that the instrument was reading accurately, and within specification, while it was in use. It offers valuable information and documentation to support an end user’s test results, and it also provides record-keeping on the instrument’s long-term linearity and stability.

AS LEFT calibration data is calibration data acquired after any repairs or adjustments are made to the device, i.e. the condition the device was left before shipping back to you. The condition of the device used to acquire the as left data will be the same condition in which you will receive your device.


Definitions

Device that logs and records data over a period of time in relation to its environment or application.
Digital Data Logger
How close to being correct it is. The CDC recommends digital data loggers have an accuracy of +/-.5° C (+/-1° F) or better.
Documentation of a multi-point calibration done on a corresponding unit. Assures accuracy from a ISO/IEC 17025:2005 (1750.01) calibration laboratory accredited by A2LA. It has traceability measurements to the SI units through NIST or other recognized national measurement institutes (NMI) that are signatories to the CIPM Mutual Recognition Agreement.

Display

The significant digits displayed beyond a whole number.
Visual and audible indicators which signal continuously until acknowledged, even if the parameter returns to the non-alarm range.
If the temperature of the environment is within the thermometers’ or hygrometers’ measuring range, this error will occur if the probe is disconnected or damaged.
Check the batteries, they may need replacing. If still receiving errors after battery replacement, remove the batteries, press all the buttons-one at a time, and put the batteries back in.
Minimum and maximum temperatures of a desired range. Readings above or below the set values will trigger an alarm.
Measurement readings recorded as the minimum (lowest or min) value achieved and the maximum (highest or max) value achieved since being turned on.

Probes

A miniature bottle filled with nontoxic glycol solution.
Yes the probes are calibrated to a specific port.
No. Each probe is calibrated to a specific device and port. Probes have stickers identifying the serial number of the device it is calibrated to, as well as the port it is calibrated to.
Probe bottles are filled with non-toxic glycol solution, which is GRAS (generally recognizes as safe) by the FDA.
30-60 minutes from room temp.

Settings

See the instructions or watch the video on each product page.
These values are readings only, and are not programmable. 


Purchasing Related FAQs

Credit Cards

Yes, all major credit cards are accepted.

Ordering

Order thru the shopping cart on this website, GSA, Amazon or contact us for a formal quote or Purchase Order. For orders over $10,000 please contact us (866-469-6019).

Pricing

Yes. Discounts start at 10 or more of the same model.

Shipping

Usually 1 to 2 business days depending on stock.

Duties: U.S. and Canada shipments are duty-free.

Taxes: Determined and applied by the state or province (GST, PST, HST, etc.)

  • Paid by the customer directly to the Government of destination country.

Brokerage: the fee associated with customs clearance for your inbound shipments.

  • Paid by the “Importer of Record” (customer) based on the value of the shipment to the designated broker.
  • Broker can be identified by the customer prior to shipment (so they use their own), otherwise FedEx will be the default broker.
  • There are ways to avoid broker fees, but there’s time and work involved (example).

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