Temperature data logger, six channels, hand held
The RDXL6SD six channel handheld temperature data logger by Omega Engineering features a touch screen, an alarm indication for each channel, and a 2-channel temperature chart.
Omega's six-channel handheld temperature data logger, the RDXL6SD, displays maximum, minimum, average and standard deviation and also displays temperature difference between any two channels. This CE compliant product features a touch screen, scheduled and manual logging start/stop, an alarm indication for each channel and a 2-channel temperature chart. The RDXL6SD is designed for process manufacturing and automotive industries.
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