The LCD screen provides a visual display of its current sampled reading(s), the lowest and highest sampled readings for its current Collection Period, and current operating state.
In addition to the sampled readings, the LCD screen provides visual indicators of its current operating state.
Sampled readings are not transmitted to OneVue and are only displayed on the LCD screen.
Only a sensor's logged readings are transmitted to OneVue. How frequent logged readings are taken is set in the sensor's Logging Interval setting.
CDC guidelines list “Checking and recording minimum/maximum temperatures at start of each workday” as a recommendation for coordinators. These values are the lowest (minimum) and highest (maximum) temperatures that have occurred over a period of time.
Primex refers to this period of time as the Collection Period and is reset by a staff member from the sensor device.
For example, if you reset a sensor's collection period at 8:02 AM on a Tuesday and you look at the sensor's local display at 7:45 AM on Wednesday, the lowest sampled reading (Lo) and highest sampled reading (Hi) displayed is for the time period from 8:02 AM Tuesday to 7:45 AM on Wednesday. If you reset the collection period at 7:46 AM on Wednesday, that resets the collection period to start on Wednesday at 7:46 AM.
*Meets CDC Guidelines for Vaccine Storage