New Tool: ProSource
Checkout our packaging and processing solutions finder, ProSource.
Start Your Search

American Thermal Instruments: Electronic Data Logger

Uses Bluetooth technology that allows remote monitoring of temperature excursions during transport of pharmaceuticals, medical devices, foods and beverages.

Tracking temperatures of sensitive products en route to their destination is now more accurate, easy and reliable with the introduction of LOG-IC® 360 Bluetooth Data Logger by American Thermal Instruments.


Manufactured in the U.S. and backed by ATI’s 37-year expertise in temperature-monitoring devices, the addition of Bluetooth technology provides multiple advantages for the cold chain system worldwide.


During transport, products such as food and beverages, medical devices and pharmaceuticals no longer need to be opened (be it a box, a truck or even a shipping container). The LOG-IC 360 BT electronic data logger measures less than 2 in. x 3 in. wide and can read individual temperatures up to 300 ft from the unopened product.


The lithium coin cell battery has a minimum one-year capacity, a temperature range of -20°C to 70°C, and relays the critical data to Android, iOS or any other Bluetooth-enabled device.


High precision temperature accuracy is ± 0.25°C, compared with other industry suppliers at ± 0.50°C. The LOG-IC 360 BT logger tracks a humidity range of 0-80% RH with communication certifications that include FCC, CE and NIST platforms.

The LOG-IC 360 BT features an easy-to-read LCD screen, is programmable for up to four distinct alarms and is scalable for temperature/humidity readings. Such data can be viewed using ATI’s exclusive DataNow™ Cloud service and mobile applications, which make the readings available to anyone of interest. Any “excursions” (thermal alarms) will display when and for how long the product was not in range of acceptable temperature and humidity levels.


Since the FDA and the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) can audit temperature records at any time, the customer today looks for an automated record and distribution system. Shipments are tracked direct to store and through various distribution channels. Customers can quickly connect to their temperature data and immediately determine if the product may have been exposed to critical temperatures. Bluetooth technology streamlines this process for customers and saves them time and money, and also allows them to assume responsibility more accurately.


Over the past decade, many regulations have been set or modified regarding temperatures and the monitoring of goods moving through the cold chain. The LOG-IC 360 BT logger was designed to help verify compliance throughout the entire distribution channel, and the critical temperature and humidity data can be shared with key decision-makers.


Recognizing that temperature and humidity excursions will occur, LOG-IC 360 BT logger provides the critical information the cold chain process needs to decide what to do when an excursion happens. The industry has the ability to identify where and when such excursions occur, troubleshoot potential problems areas in the supply chain, and take action to minimize financial risk to goods and reduce future risk. The LOG-IC 360 BT logger provides accurate temperature and humidity readings along with safe, secure data retrieval and storage.

Test Your Supply Chain Smarts
Take Healthcare Packaging's supply chain quiz to prove your knowledge!
Take Quiz
Test Your Supply Chain Smarts
Discover Our Content Hub
Access Healthcare Packaging's free educational content library!
Unlock Learning Here
Discover Our Content Hub