Vaccine & Pharmaceutical Monitoring


FilesThruTheAir™ offer a range of data loggers for use in the medical market; from sensors used to monitor refrigerated vaccines to loggers suitable for monitoring pharmaceutical storage, sterilisation processes, laboratory monitoring and the cold chain. 


Vaccine Storage Monitoring

The Green Book from Public Health England provides the latest information on vaccination procedures for health professionals and immunisation practitioners in the UK. There are strict regulations regarding the storage of vaccines, as they could become less effective if they become too hot or cold. The vaccine cold chain process refers to all parties who deal with vaccines, including vaccine manufacturers, specialist pharmaceutical distribution companies and all transportation of refrigeration and cool boxes, until the vaccine has been administered to a recipient by a trained professional.

The recommended temperature range to store vaccines is +2˚C to +8˚C.  All vaccines must be refrigerated and protected from light at all times and must never be frozen. If storage recommendations are not followed, manufacturers will disclaim any responsibility and it is up to each handler to prove due diligence on their part. The EasyLog Vaccination range includes USB or WiFi-connected data loggers which allow for discrete and continuous temperature monitoring of vaccines. Exceeding Centre of Disease Control (CDC) guidelines on data loggers used in vaccination storage, these units are available with external thermistor probes in glycol bottles and calibration certificates. The glycol bottle mimics the rate at which vaccines react to changes in temperature, giving users the most accurate readings.


Which type of data logger should I choose?

USB Data Loggers

USB data loggers have a long battery life (12+ months) with a replaceable battery. Users are alerted to alarms by a flashing red LED on the device, and a flashing green LED indicates normal operation. A built-in LCD screen shows maximum, minimum and current temperature readings. Data is downloaded manually by plugging the device into a PC USB port. USB data loggers are the low-cost option in the range.

Vaccine Monitoring USB Data Logger

WiFi Data Loggers

WiFi data loggers continuously record vaccine fridge temperatures and send all readings to the EasyLog Cloud, giving users 24/7 access to data either using the EasyLog Cloud App or by logging into the user's EasyLog Cloud account on any internet-enabled device. On the EasyLog Cloud, users can set up temperature alarm zones, and should a data logger record a temperature exceeding the configured zones, users will be notified via alert email, enabling staff to take corrective action. WiFi-connected data loggers have a large LCD screen to display live temperatures and don't need to be taken out of use for data collection.

Vaccine Monitoring WiFi Data Logger

Top Tips for Vaccine Storage:

• Store vaccines in original packaging detailing batch numbers and expiry dates
• Vaccines should be protected from light
• Leave sufficient space between vaccine packages in fridges so air can circulate
• Keep vaccines away from back walls of fridges to avoid them from becoming frozen
• Try designating areas of the vaccine storage fridge for different vaccine types
• Rotate vaccine stock - first in, first out

Vaccine Monitoring Range

Pharmaceutical & Blood Products Storage

FilesThruTheAir™ data loggers can be used to monitor critical temperatures and record the results during storage of blood products and body organs, with traceable data history allowing a faster delivery acceptance process.

Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers

Cold Chain in the Pharma Industry

To monitor the cold chain process in the medical and pharmaceutical industry, FilesThruTheAir™ offer a range of low-cost USB data loggers pre-programmed to meet specific temperature requirements for various cold chain applications. With kits available to monitor pharmaceutical products, blood and platelets in transportation, your cold chain needs are covered. 

Cold Chain Data Loggers