CUSTOM TimeStrip TTI Label
CUSTOM TimeStrip Plus 20°C/68°F (48 hours)
L x W x Thickness: 1.57 x 0.75 x 0.06" (40 x 19 x 0.15 mm)
Blister height 0.1"
Vertical, Self Adhesive
Blister On Bottom
Trigger Temperature: 20°C/68°F ( not shown on label )
Client choose Option #1 = 1 mm window activation window
Type: Blue Ink display in a single window shows when the strip has been exposed to
temperatures above the trigger temperature for 48 hours. Armed window display "on" once armed.
Custom branded with CLIENTS logo and colors
Single window to indicate a 48-hour exposure above 20°C/68°F
No wording on the device to display the temperature threshold per Clients request.
|Type of Sensor:||Chemical / Temperature|
|Temperature Scale:||°F and °C|
|Dimensions:||1.57 x 0.75 x 0.06" (40 x 19 x 0.15 mm)|
|Calibration Available:||Certificate of Conformance ( $ Extra )|
- Easy to use TimeStrip Temperature Time Indicator
- Hand Activated
- Custom orders have a minimum qty. ( into the thousands )
- Expert Technical Support
Activation is possible when the temperature is above the threshold temperature.
If stored and then activated at room temperature:
- No pre-conditioning is required for indicators of -20°C to +20°C.
- Warming to 1°C above the threshold is required for indicators of +25°C or more, because the solid state makes the indicators difficult to activate.
When the button is fully squeezed a blue activation line appears in the bottom window and ON is revealed. If this does not happen, check you are activating at a temperature 1°C above the threshold and re-squeeze the button fully.
Within 5 minutes of activation you must place the indicator below its STOP temperature. If the carrying card or product to be monitored is already at or below the STOP temperature the indicator can be stuck directly to it after activation. Otherwise, chill the indicator at the STOP temperature for up to an hour before applying to avoid premature indication.
As long as the product or carrying card is maintained under the threshold temperature the second window will remain white. If a breach occurs, the blue colour will progress to the second window. The progress of the blue colour is irreversible but it will stop moving if the temperature falls again to the STOP temperature.