DeltaTrak® will be launching two new FlashLink Real-Time Prime In-Transit Loggers at Asia Fruit Logistica, Stand 3W41, Sept. 4th – 6th, 2019, at AsiaWorld-Expo, Hong Kong.
With these two new models of real-time monitors (loggers), DeltaTrak has expanded its line of real-time loggers with cost-effective and feature-rich solutions. Both new FlashLink Real-Time Prime 2G and 3G In-Transit Loggers offer a 12-month battery shelf life and a new flight mode feature. New capabilities along with backup PDF trip reports via USB are included.
Reliable and cost-effective, these real-time loggers provide temperature and location information utilizing GSM cellular technology. Shipments are tracked worldwide using DeltaTrak’s ColdTrak 24/7 cloud service. Up-to-the-minute information can be accessed securely with user login security from a standard web browser using a PC or any internet-ready device.
With the FlashLink Real-Time Prime 3G In-Transit Logger’s global coverage, customers can now ship to countries where 3G is the best solution, including Singapore, South Korea, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Italy and the UK.
“Not only do both loggers offer the benefits of a 2-in-1 logger with real-time reporting and a PDF backup report when there's no cellular service available, each includes a longer battery shelf life and the ability to turn off the logger during use on aircraft,” according to Frederick Wu, President and CEO of DeltaTrak. "And for the RTL Prime 3G In-Transit Logger, the light sensor offers an extra layer of security during your shipments."
DeltaTrak offers models for both loggers that include a 60-day logging duration with data sampled every 10 minutes, ideal for export shipments.
The ColdTrak cloud solution allows growers and shippers the option to upload additional documentation used in meeting the requirements of the FSMA, HACCP and regulatory compliance.
These loggers are mounted on a highly visible shipping card which makes the units easy to locate inside a trailer, container or airplane. Each unit comes charged and ready-to-use. Shippers can simply start the logger with the one-button activation and place it in their loads.