Temperature data loggers for monitoring drugs, vaccines, and medical supplies.

In the realm of healthcare, maintaining the correct temperature for sensitive medical products is not just a matter of compliance, but a crucial factor in patient safety and treatment efficacy. The monitoring of temperature for blood, blood components, organs, as well as various drugs including vaccines, is recognized as a critical requirement by health authorities in Europe, the United States, and globally.

Enhancing Safety and Trust in Medical Cold Chain

Temperature data loggers for monitoring and recording vaccines, medical & pharmaceutical supplies. LogTag's product range includes specialized dataloggers for healthcare applications, each designed with user-friendly software, precision, and quality. Their range caters to different medical settings, from small clinics to large pharmaceutical facilities, ensuring accuracy and reliability. 

  • Protect against financial losses from expired or damaged medical products by ensuring precise temperature monitoring
  • Optimize storage and transport processes in healthcare, saving time and resources with accurate data and analysis
  • Ensure medical and pharmaceutical products are transported and stored safely to strengthen trust in healthcare quality.
  • Ensure Compliance with Regulatory Standards and stringent requirements for medical product storage and transportation

Clinical Trials

The success and accuracy of clinical trials, particularly for new drugs and vaccines, heavily rely on maintaining the right temperature conditions. LogTag delivers reliable temperature data logging, supporting the integrity of these crucial trials.

Vaccine Distribution

In large-scale immunization programs, the proper storage and handling of vaccines are of utmost importance. LogTag's involvement in vaccine distribution centers is crucial, ensuring vaccines are kept under optimal conditions.

Transportation of Medical Supplies

The transportation of vaccines, medications, and biological samples requires stringent temperature control. LogTag data loggers play a key role in ensuring these medical supplies maintain their integrity from origin to destination.

Bloodbank and Transfusion Centers

The safe storage of blood and blood components is critical in transfusion medicine. LogTag devices are specifically designed to monitor and ensure these materials are kept within the required temperature range, preserving their viability for lifesaving transfusions.

Cold storage in a medical environment

In pharmacies, hospitals, and laboratories, maintaining precise temperature control is vital for the integrity of pharmaceuticals and vaccines. LogTag devices provide continuous monitoring and recording of temperatures, ensuring the safety and efficacy of these essential drugs.

Leader in temperature monitoring for the Healthcare Industry

Our loggers are approved and used by many World recognized organizations such as UNICEF and the World Health Organization. Discover the perfect LogTag solution for your healthcare temperature monitoring needs.


In the healthcare and medical sectors, ensuring compliance with stringent temperature control regulations is paramount for the safety and efficacy of medical products. LogTag Dataloggers play a critical role in maintaining these standards. By integrating LogTag Dataloggers in your healthcare or medical facility, you ensure compliance with these crucial regulations. This not only upholds the integrity and efficacy of medical products but also safeguards patient health and helps in avoiding non-compliance penalties. LogTag’s precise and reliable temperature monitoring solutions are your partners in meeting these rigorous regulatory requirements.

In the European Union, the Good Distribution Practice (GDP) Guidelines set forth essential requirements for the proper distribution of medicinal products, emphasizing temperature control during storage and transportation. Similarly, the EU Guidelines on Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) establish rigorous standards for the manufacturing of medicines and medical devices, including stringent temperature monitoring. The EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) 2017/745 further underscores the necessity of correct temperature maintenance for the safety and performance of medical devices. Additionally, IATA Temperature Control Regulations, though globally oriented, are crucial for the air transport of pharmaceuticals, mandating strict temperature management.

Across the Atlantic, in the United States, the FDA’s Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 21 encompasses various sections dictating the temperature monitoring of pharmaceuticals, blood banks, and other medical products. The FDA’s Guidance on Blood and Blood Components specifies standards for the storage and transportation of blood, including precise temperature ranges. The CDC’s Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit offers detailed guidelines on vaccine storage, emphasizing temperature control. The United States Pharmacopeia (USP) standards, particularly Chapter <1079>, provide comprehensive guidelines on good storage and shipping practices for pharmaceutical handling.

Case Studies of Our Pharma Clients

An air cargo process expert for a leading Switzerland based airline, is responsible for defining the internal processes handling a wide range of temperature-controlled goods for customers. He needed to find a solution to repeated issues of Dry ICE cold contamination to other shipments, during storage and transport in the cool chain.
Dry ice is often used to keep food products, medicine, or biological materials in a frozen or chilled condition. The objective of this exercise was to establish standards to store ICE shipments away from other shipments. Dry ice is a hazardous material under Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Live drug products are stored in a warehouse and monitored to ensure they are within correct temperature ranges to maintain effectiveness and integrity in the cool chain and product quality preservation.
The specialist used several LogTag TRIL-8 loggers to monitor and carry out tests to determine how the Dry ICE shipments were influencing other shipments that were stored too close together in the warehouse and on the aircraft. The TRIL-8 loggers were used to measure the temperature influence with different packing options. The results allowed him to define process solutions to minimize the risk of future cold contamination in both the warehouse and in the air transport. Data was downloaded using the companion LogTag interface cradle and the easy-to-use LogTag Analyzer software. Due to this satisfactory outcome from the tests, new processes were developed to maintain the continuity of high-quality standards and to meet airfreight customers’ requirements in cold-chain logistics.

A reputable distributor in Thailand has been selected by the Health Authority for the use of LogTag TRED30-16R loggers in Covid-19 vaccine monitoring The LogTag TRED30-16R and its additional accessories accompanied by the distributor’s other cold chain management merchandises can complete the vaccine storage and monitoring set, providing the ultimate, reliable instrument in controlling and recording vaccine temperatures in many vaccination sites throughout the country.
As per information provided from the distributor, the TRED30-16R provides a clear display screen so it will help the users in their country easily see recorded data/alarm immediately and the settings are easy to set-up and use. The operators can download data quickly using the LogTag interface to send and report information routinely accompanied by the free LogTag Analyzer software, to ensure compliance is met under local and international accreditations of acceptable cold chain management standards. Due to the simplicity and quality of the LogTag TRED30-16R, and the friendly support the distributor received from the LogTag team, this ensured a reliable cold chain management system for the mass vaccination programme throughout Thailand. Furthermore, this sustained the positive relationship the distributor had with users toward LogTag applications.

An air cargo airline process specialist of pharmaceutical handling, GDP (Good Distribution Practices) quality, and AVI (Live Animals) in cool chain and pharmaceutical solutions for a leading Switzerland based airline, is responsible for process development and implementation to ensure pharmaceuticals, perishables and healthcare products are transported in the correct temperature conditions.
Internationally recognized pharmaceutical regulations require distributors of pharmaceutical and healthcare products to align their operations with the GDP standards – a quality assurance system for warehouses and distribution centres of medicinal drugs. In order to help one of their Handling Agents obtain compliance with the standards, the specialist defined the protocol and recommended the use of LogTag TRIX-8 temperature loggers to undertake temperature-mapping exercises in controlled temperature rooms for healthcare products. He had a positive experience using the LogTag TRIX-8 loggers due to the product’s simplicity, its long battery life and the support he received from the LogTag team to ensure his application was successful. The data from LogTag TRIX-8 logger tests by using the companion LogTag interface cradle and software allowed a smooth and effective collection of data for analysis. Using the LogTag TRIX-8 helped this company obtain the IATA CEIV Pharma certification (Center of Excellence for Independent Validators) and meet standards for the airfreight customers’ requirements.

Product Range Overview: Find Your Perfect LogTag Solution

LogTag's product range includes specialized dataloggers for healthcare applications, each designed with user-friendly software, precision, and quality. Their range caters to different medical settings, from small clinics to large pharmaceutical facilities, ensuring accuracy and reliability. Discover the perfect LogTag solution for your healthcare temperature monitoring needs.

Discover the ideal LogTag Datalogger for every Healthcare Need.

Precision in Simplicity - Standard LogTag Models

These user-friendly devices are ideal for standard medical storage and transportation, ensuring the integrity of pharmaceuticals with long-lasting battery life.

Extreme Cold, Extreme Reliabilit - Ultra-Low Temperature Models

Engineered for ultra-low temperature requirements, these loggers reliably monitor conditions as low as -80°C. Their robust design is suited for deep-freeze storage, critical for mRNA vaccines and other temperature-sensitive medical goods.

Connectivity for Critical Conditions - LogTag WiFi

Equipped with Wi-Fi/Bluetooth technology, these models enable real-time monitoring and immediate alert notifications through cloud-based services. Perfect for settings requiring immediate data access and remote temperature management to protect vital healthcare assets.

Dual Monitoring, Dual Assurance - Multi-Sensor LogTag Models

With dual external probe capabilities, these loggers offer advanced tracking and simultaneous monitoring of two separate environments or variables. They are indispensable for complex medical applications where differential temperature recording is necessary, such as blood bank refrigerators and incubators.

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