- Description / Features / Spec
ETI Stainless Steel ThermaData Logger (without Probe)
The new stainless steel ThermaData Logger from ETI is ideal for use in food, pharmaceutical and other applications where a high temperature data logger is required. Housed in a water resistant, food grade 316 stainless steel case, the temperature data logger is protected against corrosion impact and moisture (IP67).
The ThermaData logger software allows the user to programme the logging sample/interval rate (1 to 255 minute), the real-time clock, °C/°F, delayed start (maximum 23 hours, 59 minutes) and a 12-character user ID. The software also features a password protected calibration adjustment facility, allowing the user to check calibration of loggers and make minor adjustments 0.5 °C (±3 °C).
Users of this high temperature data logger have the option to select continuous logging in the software options, making it possible to start the ThermaData logger only once without ever having to reset its parameters again, even if downloaded regularly. Unlike most low cost temperature data loggers, the ThermaData logger will continue to record during and after downloading data.
This version of the ThermaData logger does not include a probe (probe Ø3.3 x 50 mm), although the probe version is available on request. Each logger is also supplied with ThermaData logger software and a two metre USB lead.
ThermaData Logger PC Software
The temperature data logger from ETI can be connected to a PC via the internal USB connector or using a separate USB lead which is supplied with the product. Data can be downloaded and displayed either as a graph, table or summary by selecting relevant on-screen icons. The software also allows the user to set high and low alarm values for a specific application; information can then be analysed by zooming in, storing to disk or exporting to other software packages.
USB Connection Point
The USB port can be accessed by simply removing the end cap on the stainless steel data logger. The USB port allows the user to connect the data logger to a PC and upload any collected data.
Industries which would possibly use data-loggers include food processing, agriculture, laboratories, refrigeration, environmental, logistics, museums and archives and medical industries. This may be for reasons such as helping to save costs, ensure quality of products, processes or research and also to comply with legislation.
Data-loggers may offer organisations a method of complying with food industry legislation. They may also verify conditions within transportation vehicles during shipping have been maintained within the specified levels.
Monitoring an environment can help organisations ensure that HVAC systems are used to the optimum, keeping energy use to a minimum and therefore saving money.
- High temperature range -20 to 105 °C
- Food grade 316 stainless steel housing
- Integral USB interface for setup and download
- Two models available with or without probe
Range -20 to 105 °C Resolution 0.5 °C Accuracy ±1 °C (±0.5 °C with calibration utility) Memory 2048 temperature readings Sample Rate 1 minute to 255 minutes Battery 3.6 volt 2/3 AA lithium Battery Life minimum 3 years Dimensions Ø22.5 x 129 mm (excluding probe) Weight 170 grams
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