The Drug Vial Cooler is a medical-grade refrigeration unit designed to maintain a constant temperature of 4 degrees Celsius for storing pharmaceuticals, vaccines, and other temperature-sensitive materials. It utilizes an advanced thermoelectric cooling system and a precision temperature controller to achieve a high level of stability and accuracy. This medical cooler ensures medications and vaccines are stored at the correct temperature.
Precise Temperature Regulation.
At the core of the portable medication cooler is a solid-state thermoelectric module that is controlled by a microprocessor temperature controller with PID algorithm. This allows for precise regulation of the internal temperature within 0.1 degrees Celsius. A built-in offset function can further calibrate the temperature to match the exact contents being cooled. An easy-to-read LED display shows the setpoint and current temperature.
Rugged and Reliable Construction
The travel cooler for medication features a durable casing and embedded installation that is suitable for high-demand medical environments. It operates on a 12V DC power supply and contains no moving parts, resulting in maximum dependability and service life with virtually no maintenance required. An audible buzzer alarm alerts users if the temperature deviates by more than 1.5 degrees from the setpoint.
Adaptable to Specific Cooling Needs
With a wide temperature setting range of -20 to 110 degrees Celsius and selectable cooling modes for Peltier or fan-based operation, this refrigeration system can suit virtually any temperature-controlled storage need. The compact size and simple interface allow for convenient use in pharmacies, laboratories, clinics, and hospitals.
For precise, reliable cooling of temperature-critical materials such as medicines, vaccines, reagents, and biological samples, the cooler for medication is an indispensable resource for healthcare and life sciences organizations. Please contact us for details and purchasing options for this innovative temperature-control solution.
As shown in the figure above, the green line represents the internal temperature, and the red line represents the external temperature.