EasyLog | EL-WiFi-21CFR-TP+High Accuracy 21CFR WiFi Thermistor Probe Data Logger
This high accuracy WiFi-enabled temperature data logging sensor can remotely monitor an environment over a -40 to 125°C (-40 to 257°F) measurement range. Data is uploaded periodically using a standard WiFi network without the need to physically collect and connect the unit to a PC. Data is streamed wirelessly to the EasyLog 21CFR Cloud.
The device will store data internally if it loses WiFi connection and automatically uploads it to the Cloud once reconnected.
Why buy a 21CFR logger?
The 21 CFR Part 11 regulations issued by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) give the criteria under which electronic records can be considered by the FDA as equivalent to paper records. If you need to meet these regulations or have enhanced data security requirements then you should choose one of our 21CFR loggers, otherwise our standard loggers will suffice. Learn more about 21 CFR Part 11.
21CFR Cloud subscription delivers all of the flexibility of remote monitoring and can be installed as part of a 21CFR compliant system. Features include permission-based use, authority level sign-off and full system audit to ensure data monitored and collected is regulated to 21CFR Part 11 standard. This device requires a subscription to our EasyLog 21CFR Cloud service.
This product complies with BS EN 12830:2018 (Temperature recorders for the transport, storage, and distribution of temperature-sensitive goods).
FAQ'sCould you explain what 21CFR Part 11 is?
Is there a document that provides troubleshooting for setting up my WiFi Sensor?
Calibration certificates are available to purchase separately and are traceable to international standards depending on your location.
The EL-WiFi-21CFR-TP+ temperature data logger is suitable for a wide variety of applications particularly those which require 21CFR compliant data collection and management as well as a wide temperature measurement range. These include:
For application stories on our data loggers, visit our case studies section.