Blood Bank Temperature Monitoring
Per AABB Standards, the acceptable temperature for storage of whole blood and most red cell components is 1oC to 6oC. Setting the temperature to 4ºC, close to the middle of the range, is standard practice for blood bank refrigeration
The Vaisala continuous monitoring system is ideal for both light and heavy industrial environments, as well as GxP-regulated applications, the system integrates a wide selection of data loggers, transmitters and Modbus devices to monitor several parameters: temperature, relative humidity, dew point temperature, CO2, differential pressure, door contacts, and more. The viewLinc software is backwards compatible and able to access data created with older versions of the software.