Data Loggers

21CFR Temperature and Humidity Data Logger with USB and LCD
Data Loggers

This 21CFR-compliant standalone data logger measures more than 16,000 readings over a -35 to +80°C (-31 to +176°­­F) and 0 to 100% relative humidity (RH) range. At the touch of a button, use the on-board display to cycle between the current, minimum and maximum logs seen during the session for both temperature and humidity.  

21CFR Temperature Data Logger with Display
Data Loggers

This 21CFR-compliant standalone data logger measures more than 16,000 readings over a -35 to +80°C (-31 to +176°­­F) range. At the touch of a button, use the on-board display to cycle between the current, minimum and maximum temperature logs seen during the session.

21CFR USB Thermistor Probe Logger with Display
Data Loggers

This 21CFR-compliant standalone data logger records and displays over 32,000 temperature readings from the supplied thermistor probe. The data logger features an LCD and push-button which allow the user to cycle through the most recent, highest and lowest stored readings.  

21CFR-compliant Thermocouple Temperature Data Logger with USB
Data Loggers

This 21CFR compliant, standalone data logger measures over 32,000 readings from inter-changeable J, K or T type thermocouples. Supplied with a K Type probe, its measurement range out of the box is from 0 to +200°C (-32 to +392°F). 

21CFR USB High Accuracy Thermistor Probe Logger with Display
Data Loggers

This 21CFR-compliant standalone data logger records and displays over 32,000 temperature readings from the supplied high accuracy thermistor probe. The data logger features an LCD and push-button which allow the user to cycle through the most recent, highest and lowest stored readings.  

21CFR USB Vaccine Monitoring Kit
Data Loggers

This 21CFR-compliant standalone data logger records and displays over 32,000 temperature readings from the supplied high accuracy glycol bottle thermistor probe. The data logger features an LCD and push-button which allow the user to cycle through the most recent, highest and lowest stored readings.  

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