Data Loggers

Temperature Data Logger with USB
Data Loggers

This standalone data logger measures and stores more than 16,000 temperature readings over a -35 to +80°C / -31 to + 176°F range. 

Temperature & Humidity Data Logger with USB
Data Loggers

This standalone data logger measures over 16,000 readings over a -35 to +80°C (-31 to +176°­­F) and 0 to 100% humidity (RH) range.

Temp & RH Data Logger with USB and Display
Data Loggers

This standalone data logger measures over 16,000 readings over a -35 to +80°C (-31 to +176°­­F) and 0 to 100% humidity (RH) range.

Temperature Data Logger with USB and Display
Data Loggers

This standalone data logger with display measures more than 16,000 readings over a -35 to +80°C (-31 to +176°­­F) range.  

High Accuracy Temp & RH Data Logger
Data Loggers

This standalone data logger measures over 16,000 readings over a -35 to +80°C (-31 to +176°­­F) and 0 to 100% humidity (RH) range.

Thermocouple Temperature Data Logger
Data Loggers

This standalone data logger measures over 32,000 readings from inter-changeable J, K or T type thermocouples.

Thermistor Probe Data Logger with LCD
Data Loggers

This standalone data logger records and displays over 32,000 temperature readings from the supplied thermistor probe.

Current Data Logger with USB
Data Loggers

This standalone data logger measures more than 32,000 readings over a 4-20mA d.c. measurement range.

Pack of 10 Ambient Pharma Goods Data Logger
Data Loggers

Available in packs of 10, the EL-PDF-1-004 PK10 Ambient Pharma Goods data logger comes pre-configured with High 25°C, Low 8°C Alarms - simply press the button to start logging.  Once your session is complete, press the Stop button and insert the logger into your PC’s USB port.  No special software is required, the logger automatically generates a pdf report which can be copied off the device as if it were a memory stick. A cumulative alarm feature is also available upon request.

Industrial Temperature Data Logger with USB
Data Loggers

This standalone data logger measures more than 32,000 readings over a -40 to +125°C (-40 to +257°­­F) range.

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