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Extech USB Temperature Datalogger

Extech USB Temperature Datalogger

Description

The Extech USB Temperature Datalogger is a convenient, portable, one-time use USB temperature datalogger with a USB 2.0 connector.

Features

  • Waterproof IP65 When In Sealed Plastic Bag
  • Status Indication via Red And Green LEDs
  • Start Button Begins Continuous Datalogging, Which Continues Until Memory Is Full At 8192 Readings, Or When Stop Button Is Pressed
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  • Convenient credit card-sized housing with USB 2.0 connector and NTC thermistor for one-time use in datalogging accurate temperature measurements
  • User programmable settings: language, sample rate, start delay time, alarm delay time, high/low alarm range, and security feature 
  • Bookmark 8 locations in a data recording log with a press of the Mark button
  • Automatically generates a PDF report with data and trending graph when plugged into a PC after datalogging is completed (Adobe® Reader® software is required)
  • Long battery life (approx. 1 year)
Notable Specifications:
  • Temperature: -22 to 158°F (-30 to 70°C)
  • Datalogging Interval: 30sec, 5min, 10mmin, 30min, 60min, 90min, 120min
  • Start Delay/Alarm Delay Time: 0, 5min, 30min, 45min, 60min, 90min, 120min
  • Alarm Mode: Single Event, Cumulative, Disable
  • Languages: English, German, French, Italian, And Spanish
  • Memory Storage: 8192 Readings
  • Dimensions: 3.2 x 1.7 x 0.1"
What's Included:

(10) Datalogging Units

(10) CR2032 Button Batteries

(10) Plastic Bags

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Extech USB Temperature Datalogger THD5 USB Temperature Datalogger
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