Built-in display shows measurements and alarm duration – no need to download data first
- Includes NIST-Traceable certificate from our A2LA accredited (1750.01) calibration laboratory
These compact, lightweight data loggers are reusable and reprogrammable making them ideal for transportation monitoring. Unit comes preprogrammed with alarm setpoints at 2°C (low) and 8°C (high) and to set record temperature readings every 5 minutes and 33 seconds for 30 days of continuous monitoring. If the measurement falls outside of the user-determined alarm conditions for too long, "QUARANTINE" is shown on the display—perfect for monitoring environmental temperatures of refrigerated vaccines, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and other perishable items.
The IP66 waterproof rating allows the units to be used in any location, even those that are damp or require washdown. Order the optional sleeves to provide other users with a quick reference of the logger settings including minimum, maximum, quarantine, logging interval and duration, start and stop date and time, and special instructions.
Software is required to download and analyze data or program individual units. One copy of the software may be used for multiple loggers and allows you to update settings including individual unit name/description, time zone settings, daylight savings time on/off, unit of measure (°F or °C), start delay, recording duration/sampling interval, quarantine/alarm settings, and user stop key enabling. Software and cradle sold separately.
Traceable® Products have an individually-numbered Traceable® Certificate provided with each unit, that assures accuracy from our ISO/IEC 17025:2017(1750.01) calibration laboratory accredited by A2LA. It indicates traceability of measurements to the SI units through NIST or other recognized national measurement institutes (NMI) that are signatories to the CIPM Mutual Recognition Agreement. Each product goes through an intense vetting process before it can carry the Traceable name, thus saving you both time and money by not having to calibrate separately.