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Sensitech’s Groundbreaking TempTale(R)4 USB Dry Ice Temperature Monitor Provides Fast, Simple, Efficient Cold Chain Visibility

March 3, 2010

BEVERLY, Mass., March 3 /PRNewswire/ — Sensitech Inc.’s new TempTale®4 USB Dry Ice temperature monitor is the first on the market to offer a self-contained, probeless temperature monitor with automatic Adobe® PDF file generation capabilities and a USB communications interface. Sensitech, the global leader in cold-chain visibility solutions, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Carrier Corp., a business unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX).

Controlled monitoring of dry ice shipments throughout the entire cold chain has never been easier or more cost efficient. The TempTale 4 USB Dry Ice monitor’s standard USB interface and automatically generated PDF report facilitates shipment disposition and medicine dispensing by providing clinical sites with instant access to critical time-and-temperature data without the need for costly infrastructure and user training. The temperature monitor operates without external probes or wiring, which allows it to be placed directly in contact with the product to provide the highest levels of temperature accuracy.

Combining Sensitech’s industry-leading temperature monitoring technology with USB 2.0 PC communications and a powerful on-board microcontroller enables user access to time-and-temperature data at shipment receiving sites without the need for proprietary software and hardware readers. Access to Adobe PDF reports permits on-site shipment decisions without computer installations and upgrades, system deployments or staff training.

The TempTale4 USB Dry Ice monitor also generates an encrypted data file compatible with Sensitech’s TempTale Manager Desktop software and Internet-enabled ColdStream® Cold Chain Manager application. This protected data file facilitates the efficient exchange, storage, and analysis of time-and-temperature data and meets the record keeping requirements as stipulated by the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 21, Part 11 compliance and quality assurance.

Sensitech’s TempTale4 USB Dry Ice temperature monitor can be used to record and track cold chain shipment and storage processes of plasma, pharmaceuticals, and frozen tissue. It is also suitable for dry ice shipments in which temperatures can reach as low as -80 degrees C (-112 degrees F). Other applications include ultra-low temperature equipment validation (including plasma and red cell freezers), ultra-low temperature freezers, and shipping containers.

The TempTale4 USB Dry Ice monitor is available with programmable alarm settings and LCD display options, 16,000 data-point storage capacity, and a National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) Certificate of Validation. A hardware validation manual is available upon request to assist companies with their internal validation documentation requirements. For additional information, contact 1-978 927-7033 or visit www.sensitech.com.

About Sensitech Inc.

As the world’s leading provider of cold-chain visibility solutions, Sensitech enables global leaders in the food and pharmaceuticals industries to track and monitor assets across the supply chain to protect the integrity of temperature-sensitive products. Sensitech is an ISO 9001:2008 company and is based in Beverly, Mass., with offices in Amsterdam, London, Calgary, Melbourne, Mumbai, Redmond, Santiago, and Shanghai, and supported by service and distribution offices around the world. Sensitech is a subsidiary of Farmington, Conn.-based Carrier Corp. Visit www.sensitech.com for additional information.

About Carrier Corp.

Carrier Corp., headquartered in Farmington, Conn., is the world’s largest provider of heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration solutions, with operations in more than 170 countries. Carrier is part of United Technologies Corp., a Hartford, Connecticut-based provider of products and services to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide. Visit www.carrier.com for more information.

SOURCE Sensitech Inc.


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