Meet the Lascar EL-WiFi-TC Temperature Logger WiFi, a powerful tool for remote temperature monitoring using an interchangeable J, K or T type thermocouple. With the supplied K Type probe, this logger measures temperatures from 0 to 200°C (32 to 392°F). The data is periodically uploaded via a standard WiFi network to the EasyLog Cloud or a single host PC.
With the EasyLog Cloud you always have access to the temperature logger and all data collected, from any device connected to the internet. Adjust settings remotely, receive email notifications of alarm conditions, link sensors from multiple locations to one account, and assign multiple users.
Even if the WiFi connection is lost, the device keeps the data internally and automatically uploads it to the cloud once the connection is restored.
Advantages Lascar EL-WiFi-TC Temperature logger WiFi
- Measuring range: 0 to +200°C (+32 to +392°F)
- Measuring range K: -270 to +1,372°C (-454 to +2,501°F)
- Measuring range J: -210 to +1,200°C (-346 to +2,192°F)
- Measuring range T: -270 to +400°C (-454 to +752°F)
- Accuracy: ±1.5°C (±3°F)
- Logging speed between 10 seconds and 12 hours
Make it even easier for yourself with the EasyLog Cloud Apps for Android and Apple, with which you can easily set up your device and access your data anytime, anywhere.
Lascar's data loggers are mainly used by companies to ensure compliance with regulations for specific industries, quality control and to improve environmental procedures. Data-driven decisions can only be made with high-quality and accurate data. The Lascar EL-WiFi-TC Temperature Logger WiFi guarantees the accuracy of the data, so that you can make the best decisions for your organization. In addition, the data logger helps to save costs through energy efficiency/climate control or by reducing waste and damage to goods.
This data logger complies with BS EN 12830:2018 (Temperature Recorders for the transport, storage and distribution of temperature sensitive goods) making it the perfect solution for all your temperature monitoring needs!
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