DeltaTrak FlashLink logger

DeltaTrak puts innovation on display

DeltaTrak, a provider of cold chain management solutions, featured its FlashLink –80° C In-Transit Data Logger and FlashTrak Telematics Out-Time Solution at the recent CAMX Composites and Advanced Materials Expo in Dallas TX.

The FlashLink -80°C In-Transit Data Logger is a single-use temperature data logger specifically designed for dry ice shipments of carbon fiber prepreg rolls and other TATS (time- and temperature-sensitive) materials. Loggers travel through the cold chain, continuously monitoring and recording temperature conditions during shipping, storage and handling. Integrated USB adapter and onboard software automatically generates PDF and Excel data tables—a true plug-and-play device.

Another featured product, FlashTrak Telematics Out-Time Solution, eliminates manual monitoring of TATS materials and calculates remaining shelf life based on cumulative time spent outside of cold storage. This automated monitoring provides timely alerts if action needs to be taken.

Frederick Wu, president and CEO of DeltaTrak, said, “Since the in-transit loggers, specifically, have a USB connector, you don’t need a cradle, adapter or any special reading device to download the data.”

Trip history is captured as PDF reports so users can easily share data globally, 24/7, with the option to use a secure account on DeltaTrak’s ColdTrak Data Central cloud-based service. Reports are archived for analysis, audits, and to comply with regulatory guidelines. These records enable users to verify their TATS materials have not been compromised, reducing time spent re-testing questionable product and saving hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of TATS materials from being scrapped unnecessarily. Customers can maintain complete records for traceability and shelf life.

Contact DeltaTrak by phone at 1-800-962-6776 or by email at [email protected]. Additional information can be found at

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