Extech 42265 Temperature Datalogger Kit

Extech 42265 Temperature Datalogger Kit


The Extech Temperature Datalogger Kit is a compact system that easily records temperature readings.


  • Records up to 8,000 temperature readings
  • Capable of logging data for days, weeks, or months
  • Three start methods: scheduled, immediate or magnetic
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The Extech Temperature Datalogger Kit is a compact system that easily records up to 16,000 temperature readings. The instrument is compact and powerful with an IP65 rating. Sampling rates are progammable from 1 second to 2 hours, as well as high/low limits with alarm indication. Users can program the logger to do scheduled, immediate, or magnetic samplings, to then analyze and store the data using the Windows compatible software.


Applications include uses in shipping crates, storage areas, refrigerator, shipping vans, cargo vessels, freezers, and warehouses.

Notable Specifications:
  • Temperature range: -40 to 185F (-40 to 85C)
  • Resolution: 0.1F/C
  • Basic accuracy: +/-1F/0.6C
  • Dimensions: 42260: 3"x2.3"x0.88" (76.2x57.2x22.3mm); 42265: 4.9"x3.8"x2" (123.8x95.3x51mm)
  • Weight: 42260: 2.6oz (72.6g); 42265: 9oz (254g)
  • CE: Yes
  • Warranty: 1 year
What's Included:
  • (1) Datalogger
  • (1) RS-232 docking station & cable
  • (1) Windows compatible software
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