NEW Wireless Data Logger for Temperature Measurements

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NEW Wireless Data Logger EL-WiFi-T

EL-WiFi-T Wireless Data Logger for Temperature MeasurementsMeasures Temperature from -20 to +60°C (-4 to +140°F)

DATAQ is proud to announce the release of the latest EL-WiFi Data Logger, a low-cost series of data loggers that feature wireless communication to any PC over just about any wireless network (802.11b-compliant). Each wireless data logger in the series provides a built-in display showing current reading, minimum and maximum readings, and the state of high and low alarms. Data is automatically time- and date-stamped for easy reference and easily ports to the provided PC software for later analysis. The built-in rechargeable battery and hardened plastic enclosure (IP55-rated – tolerates dusty and sprayed water) provide easy deployment in a multitude of industrial environments.

Features

  • -20 to +60°C (-4 to +140°F) temperature measurements
  • Ingress Protection Rating of 55 resists dust and water spray
  • Built-in display shows current, min/max readings, alarm states
  • Wireless communication to any PC using WiFi
  • 802.11b-compliant for universal compatibility
  • Built-in, rechargeable battery for independent deployment
  • Seamlessly uploads memory to host PC at programmable intervals
  • Huge buffer memory of over 1,000,000 readings tolerates disconnects
  • Programmable high/low alarm limits
  • Built-in USB interface for battery charging and initial configuration
  • Free configuration, review, and Excel-export software
  • Supplied with mounting bracket and USB cable

Learn more about the EL-WiFi-T Wireless Temperature Data Logger.

 

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