Temperature data logger

The submersible temperature data logger is a battery-powered, stand-alone device that can record up to 32,767 temperatures ranging from -40 to 302 degrees F. Suitable for harsh, high-temperature environments, its real-time clock ensures that all data is time-and-date-stamped. A non-volatile, solid-state memory provides data security, even if the battery becomes discharged.
By Staff February 1, 2007

The submersible temperature data logger is a battery-powered, stand-alone device that can record up to 32,767 temperatures ranging from -40 to 302 degrees F. Suitable for harsh, high-temperature environments, its real-time clock ensures that all data is time-and-date-stamped. A non-volatile, solid-state memory provides data security, even if the battery becomes discharged. Data is retrieved via USB or COM port. Once downloaded, data can be printed in graph tabular format and exported to a text or Microsoft Excel file. The CE-compliant data logger can be started and stopped directly from a computer, and its small size allows it to fit almost anywhere.

Omega Engineering, Inc.

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