EL-CC-1-002 PK10 Frozen Goods Data Logger


Available in packs of 10, the EL-CC-1-002 Frozen Goods data logger comes pre-configured with sample High -16°C, Low -20°C Alarms – simply press the button to start logging.

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EL-CC-1-002 Frozen Goods Temperature Logger (Pack of 10 loggers)

Sold in packs of 10 data loggers, the highly affordable EL-CC-1-002 Frozen Goods data logger by Lascar Electronics comes pre-configured with sample High -16°C, Low -20°C Alarms – simply press the button to start logging.

During a logging session, pressing the button will light up the status LEDs to give a quick indication as to whether the temperature has exceeded an alarm condition at any point. Once your session has been completed, tear open the IP67-rated plastic wallet to reveal the USB connector and plug it into your PC.

Use the free EasyLog CC software for Windows to download and graph the data. You can also set your Frozen Goods Data Logger for its next use.

Not to mention, the EL-CC-1 Data Logger is a one time use data logger with a powerful battery that would last up to 12 months.

EL-CC-1-002 Frozen Goods Data Loggers are suitable for a variety of applications such as:

  1. Transportation of Frozen Food
  2. Temperature Monitoring during the Transportation of Medicinal Drugs
  3. Transportation of Frozen Goods
  4. Simple monitoring of Freezer
  5. Simple Data Logging of Blast Freezers
  6. And many more!

If you have any questions regarding our EL-CC series feel free to contact us!



Low / High Alarm Level
-20°C / -16°C (Cumulative alarms available upon request)
Measurement Range
-30 to +60°C (-22 to +140°F)
Accuracy (overall error)
±0.5°C maximum (±1°F)
Battery Life
12 months (minimum)
IP Rating
IP67 (when in its plastic wallet or EL-CC-BAG)
Logging Interval
10 minutes (220 days)


The EL-CC-1-002 PK10 temperature data logger is suitable for freezer / frozen temperature monitoring. Applications include food temperature monitoring and drug transportation.

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