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Ultra-Low Recorder for Independent Monitoring

of Ultra-Low Freezers Now Available from Dickson

(http://www.dicksondata.com) Validating freezer temperatures for storage of essential materials with critical requirements for ultra-low temperatures can now be assured with use of the Dickson Ultra-Low Recorder (http://www.dicksondata.com/results/result_730.php ). This 24/7 monitoring tool with built-in relays to integrate with alarm systems helps assure 21CFR Part 1271 and other regulatory compliance.

Features of the Dickson Ultra-Low Recorder include:

– Temperature recording for -100 to 0 degrees F/C

– Quick reference digital display

– Glycol bottles available for temperature stabilization

– Compact, rugged enclosure suited for laboratory use

– Relay contacts to integrate into facility alarm systems

Nick Kovacic, Hospital Specialist for the Dickson Company, comments, “Data loggers built into ultra-low freezers should be independently verified to ensure that stored tissues and other bio-materials don't deteriorate. We've introduced the Ultra-low Recorder to give managers of laboratories and other medical facilities storing critical items a relatively low-cost tool to take this worry off their list.”

Product inquiries can be directed to Dickson customer service at dicksoncsr@dicksondata.com, or calling 800-757-3747 or +1-630-543-3747 outside the US, FAX +630-543-0498 or by writing Dickson, 930 South Westwood Avenue, Addison, IL 60101, USA.

Dickson Company and its web portal www.dicksondata.com offer the widest selection of temperature data loggers, chart recorders, and alarm thermometers available to worldwide healthcare providers.

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