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Log-ic Temperature Sensor Receives EN12830 Certification
Date:1/29/2008

World's Most Accurate Wireless Temperature Logger tracks up to 16 Million

Measurements in Pharmaceutical, Vaccine and Food Cold Chain

OTTAWA, ON and MEMPHIS, TN , Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ - Intelligent Devices Inc. (a subsidiary of smart packaging experts Information Mediary Corp ("IMC") in partnership with Evidencia LLP and Prodecom (http://www.evidencia.biz; http://www.prodecom.biz) are pleased to announce that the entire line of Log-ic(R) ThermAssureRF devices have received EN12830, IP68 and COFRAC certifications from the prestigious French Institute Cemafroid, a United Nations and WHO authorized testing and certification laboratory. WHO PQS listing is expected to follow shortly. "This is a momentous step not just for us, but for the global cold chain marketplace. No other semi-passive RFID sensor tag has the time and temperature accuracy, water tightness and EMI shielding required to pass the stringent requirements of EN12830. This certification not only opens the European market, but it establishes Log-ic firmly at the forefront of the industry" says Michael Petersen, C.O.O. of IMC.

Log-ic wireless temperature tags are safe to use on air cargo, support CFR 21 Part 11 solutions, and help facilitate optimal control over the pharmaceutical cold chain at the lowest possible cost. Log-ic makes reading through the box a reality, avoiding breach of content during transport or storage. To-date, Log-ic has been tested, qualified, validated and implemented by global industry leaders such as Laboratoires Abbot France, Amgen France, Marken, CP Foods, the French Red Cross, the Kroger Co., UNICEF, the Government of Thailand and many others.

Priced at a fraction of the cost of traditional, non-wireless loggers, Log-ic(R) is ultra-light (under 1/4 oz), 2 inch square, thin (0.1 inch), absolutely watertight (IP68/Nema 6P), and capable of process
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