For reliable cost effective monitoring and recording choose Transcan 2 ADR, the industry standard Temperature Recorder incorporating the unique ADR (Automatic Daily Recording) System. The TranScan 2 now includes a host of features designed to make the easiest to use temperature recorder EVEN EASIER.
TranScan 2 recorders have been type tested and approved against the EN 12830 norm for vehicle temperature recording systems and are certified as a Class 1 device.
This is the highest classification of performance that can be awarded. Additionally TranScan 2 recorders have met the requirements of the German interpretation of the EEC directive 92/1/EWG and have received certification by the German Test House TUV Bau-und Betriebstechnik.
TranScan 2 recorders include the facility to select the operating language (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian Portuguese, Polish or Dutch) with a unique in-built HELP system, this makes Transcan the only multi language self documenting temperature recorder.
Inputs & Probes
TranScan 2 supports up to 4 separate temperature inputs from precision NTC thermistor sensors. Each input is characterised for operation between -45C and + 50C. You can also add up to 4 switch inputs such as door switches, defrost, fridge on/off or alarms.
Sensors are available with cable lengths up to 18 metres and are fully interchangeable. To comply with the requirements of the UK Food Hygiene Amendment Regulations each Transcan thermistor sensor has a dampened thermal response (T90 of approximately 8 minutes).
Optional product probe temperature sensors are available in two formats. An Insertion Probe which is rounded with a semi-pointed end, normally used for direct insertion into products such as meat carcasses, and a Between Pack Probe which is flattened to allow introduction between boxes or cartons of food
Product probes have a faster response time than air temperature sensors (T90 of approximately 1 minutes) and are advantageous for operators of multidrop delivery vehicles where air temperature sensing alone may not provide a meaningful indication of product temperature.