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Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd launches the new Stainless Steel ThermaData® Loggers

28 November 2013

These stainless steel data-loggers are ideal for food processing and other applications where a high temperature (up to 105 °C) data-logger is required.

The ThermaData logger is housed in a waterproof, food grade 316 stainless steel case to protect the logger from corrosion, impact and moisture (IP66/67).

The ThermaData logger software allows the user to programme the logging sample/interval rate (1 to 255 minutes), the real-time clock, °C/°F, delayed start (maximum 23 hours, 59 minutes) and a 12-character user ID.  The software also incorporates a password protected calibration adjustment feature that allows the user to check the calibration of loggers and make minor adjustments ±3 °C.

By selecting continuous logging in the software options, it is possible to start the logger only once and never have to reset its parameters again, even if downloaded regularly.  Unlike most other low cost loggers, the ThermaData stainless steel logger will continue recording during and after downloading the data.

Each ThermaData logger is connected to a PC via the internal USB connector or a USB lead (supplied).  By selecting the relevant icon the data can be downloaded and displayed either as a graph, table or summary.  The user can also set, within the software, high and low alarm values for a specific application.  The information can then be analysed by zooming in, storing to disc or exporting to other software packages.

The ThermaData logger is available in five options; without a probe, with a Ø3.3 x 50 mm penetration probe or Ø4.5 x 100 mm, Ø4.5 x 150 mm or Ø4.5 x 200 mm penetration probe, all with a Ø3.3 reduced tip.  Each logger is supplied with a two metre USB lead and ThermaData Studio software.  Prices start from £85.00 plus VAT. 



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