TapTemp Time Temperature Logger
AUG 6, 2018

TapTemp Time Temperature Logger

NFC Time Temperature Logger smart labels provide secure, encrypted, real-time temperature information to your smartphone via a cloud-based application. Temperature sensitive products, such as pharmaceutical and food products, can be tracked from the point of manufacture to the point of sale. 

Gintzler International’s temperature tags give brand owners real-time access to critical temperature information during product transportation and storage, and in laboratory environments where climate control is essential. 

Approximately 10,000 encrypted temperature records are stored in a label about the size of a business card (90 x 60 mm / 3.543 x 2.362 in), and securely transmitted to the cloud for mobile app accessibility. Temperature information can be accessed from the mobile app in intervals anywhere between 5 second and 9+ hours as programmed by the user. 

Our temperature logger labels are just 1.7mm thin, constructed of aluminum etched on a PET substrate, and embedded in compensation layers for durability. Temperatures are stored in the memory of the NFC chip and are readable even in the event of complete battery drain. 

Temperature logger labels are produced using full four-color process printing. Pantone colors are also available, so these labels align with the rest of your brand packaging.

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