These two-input ThermaData ® thermocouple data loggers are housed in a ergonomic water resistant housing designed to meet protection IP65.
Four models are available, blind or with LCD display and with the option of a type K or T thermocouple input.
ThermaData ® Thermocouple data loggers measure temperature over a range -100 to 1372 ° C with a resolution of 0,1 ° C, automatically going to 1 ° C over a range of 301 to 1372 ° C.
At programmable intervals, the loggers will record the temperature, up to a maximum of maximum of 16 readings or 000 x 2 readings.
Each recorder incorporates a red and green LED, the flashing green LED indicates that the logger is active / logging and the flashing red LED indicates that your custom preset alarms have been exceeded.
Each recorder is supplied with USB cable and ThermaData ® Studio software.
Thermocouple recorders are sold without a probe.
ThermaData Studio software
The ThermaData recorder is connected to a PC via a serial or USB port cable.
By selecting the appropriate icon, the data can be downloaded and displayed as a graph, table or summary.
The information can then be analyzed by zooming, saving it as a "studio file" or by exporting to other software.
USB connection point
Simply remove the end cap to access the USB port.
This allows the user to connect the recorder to a PC via the USB cable (supplied) and download the collected temperature readings.
- Thermocouple K range: -100 to 1372 ° C
- Thermocouple T range: -100 to 400 ° C
Operating range : -20 to +50 ° C
Resolution: 0,1 ° C to 300 ° C thereafter 1 ° C
Accuracy: ± 0,4 ° C ± 0,1%
Memory : 16000 or 2 x 8000 readings
Sampling rate: 6 seconds to 255 minutes
Drums : AA Tadiran - Li-SOCl
Battery life: maximum 3 years at 20 ° C
Type of sensor: K or T thermocouple
Display: 12 mm LCD
Dimensions: 34 x 66 x 109 mm
Weight: 177 grams
Case: ABS plastic with Biomaster antibacterial additive
Warranty: two years
Water / dust resistance: IP65 protection
Measuring scale : Celsius / Fahrenheit
OS &: the Windows
To comply with the standard : EN 13485