Quality USB is small enough to place inside a carton.
Ventura, CA (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Cargo Data Corp. announces the introduction of its export optimized Quality USB digital temperature recorder. This compact digital temperature recorder is perfect for all perishables shipments, domestic or export, by land, air, or sea.
Quality USB is equipped with a built-in LCD that allows Receivers to view temperature data without connection to a computer. Using Cargo Data’s free KoldLink software, Quality USB data can be viewed in detail, printed, archived, and emailed from the application. Quality USB’s simple interface allows shippers to finally discontinue use of obsolete paper strip chart recorders.
“Many useful features are integrated into this very compact digital temperature recorder,” said Roger Niebolt, Sales Manager at Cargo Data Corp. “Quality USB is small enough to place inside a carton and is provided in a food safe moisture-protective pouch to keep it clean and dry. This makes Quality USB the perfect recorder for seafood, produce, caustic, and wet shipments. Quality USB can monitor and record ambient air temperatures for up to 80 days."
Quality USB is designed to interface with Cargo Data’s free KoldLink software. Once Quality USB is connected to a computer, KoldLink can automatically upload the Quality USB’s data to Cargo Data’s secure website at http://www.cargodatacorp.com. Using the unique recorder ID number, anyone can view, download, and/or print the temperature chart directly from the website--anywhere in the world. This free, optional feature means exporters/shippers no longer need to track down fax/email copies of temperature charts.
About Cargo Data:
Cargo Data Corp provides industry-leading cold chain monitoring solutions for firms involved in the perishable food, chemical, pharmaceutical, and floral industries. Cargo Data’s goal is to simplify and automate the process of monitoring temperature during transit, storage and distribution. Cargo Data encourages the recycling of its digital temperature recorders in an effort to keep tons of circuit boards, batteries, and other pollutants out of our landfills. Rebate programs for returned recorders are available.