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Oakton RH Museum Use
from Ontario, Canada
Comments about Oakton<reg> RH/TempLog Temperature/ Humidity Datalogger:
I work in a museum and we are using 14 of these loggers at the present time. They are easy to set up and to read, are probably good for temporary or short term uses, but I am not sure I would recommend them for a museum.For one, they are not Mac compatible. This means the purchase of an extra computer specifically for this purpose, and importing and exporting to make the files transferrable to a Mac.I have also just discovered that when the battery gets low, they stop recording. They do not show any indication that the battery is low, and the display still works, so you can't tell they are not recording until you download the information onto the computer. I have lost 3 weeks worth of recordings from the last month due to this issue. Some sort of low battery indicator on the front of the unit would be good.
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Used one, now we use 3.
from Minden, LA
Came calibrated +/- 2F, +/-2%, the data logger works well in the environment that we have inside our plant. I do wish that they would update the computer cable to a flat USB plug instead of the RS.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
from Seattle, WA
I take these with me to industrial sites for use in performance assessments where equipment is sensitive to ambient conditions. They are easy to setup and install. [...] conditions I've put them trough - with one exception - a location with high winds and super-saturated air. Condensation on the datalogger sensors did cause it to fail - temporarily. Once they dried out, they started working again and passed calibration with flying colors.I would like something with higher accuracy, but these are so easy to use, they're hard to beat.
Recent Purchase Does Not Work
By only half work
from Valencia, CA
I own 6 wireless units for temperature readings. The 1st three I bought work just fine, still do. The next three I purchased (NIST calibrated mind you) cannot even sync to the "home base" computer. Original work without a hitch. Next three will not sync, transmit, or record. [...] If the rating were on the last 3 I purchased I'd give it a zero, but since I own 3 that DO work I give it a two.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: This is not typical for this product, please contact our Applications group to help determine why this isn't working properly. QA dept.
Oakton RH/T datalogger performance
from Lima - Peru
About Me Academic/Professional Researcher
I used it to register T and RH outdoors and indoors. It is very easy to use and strong. I recomnmend it. The only thing not so good is the battery model it uses, that can be difficult to find.
Oakton RH/Temperature Loggers
By QC Brad
from York, PA.
The data loggers are used at our casket manufacturing facility to capture both moisture and temperature readings. The data is then downloaded onto a spreadsheet and the Equilibrium Moisture Content (EMC) determed for that particular time frame. Determining variations in EMC by Department enables Quality Control to determine if moisture values are relevant to production scrap with regard to wood defects.