EL-MOTE-TP Wireless Thermistor Data Logger


Use the wireless EL-MOTE-TP temperature monitoring data logger with thermistor probe to stream, view and record temperature readings via the Cloud, 24/7, using any web browser, smartphone or tablet. The thermistor probe gives a temperature measurement range of -40 to +125°C (-40 to +257°F). Set alarms and receive instant email alerts when a temperature breach is made. Unobtrusive waterproof design is suitable for use indoors and outdoors.

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EL-MOTE-TP Wireless Thermistor Data Logger

The EL-MOTE-TP is a Cloud-enabled, Wireless Thermistor Data Logger by Lascar Electronics. It is designed to monitor the temperature in a large range of indoor and outdoor applications. EasyLog Cloud harnesses the power of IoT to automate data logging and alert notifications – perfect for both compact systems with just a few sensor requirements to corporate solutions with thousands of devices around the globe.

  • Alarm functions include a built-in sounder and LED
  • Quick, wireless App based configuration
  • Stores data internally if the device loses WiFi connection and automatically uploads it to the Cloud once reconnected
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor applications
  • Industry-leading 2 years battery life

Your Data. Anytime. Anywhere.

Manage multiple data loggers in locations around the world and view them using your Internet Browser or EasyLog Cloud App. The EasyLog Cloud offers unlimited & secure data storage, advanced alarm notifications to multiple users, and powerful analysis and reporting from all your devices. Plus the first data logger on your EasyLog Cloud system is FREE.


Measurement Range
-40 to +125°C-40 to +257°F
Typical Accuracy
Battery Life
Up to 2 years4 x 1.5V AA cells
93 x 93 x 32mm3.7 x 3.7 x 1.3"
IP Rating
Probe Cable Length
3m (118.1")


The EL-MOTE-temperature data logger is suitable for a wide variety of applications. These include Outside Environmental Data, Agriculture and Horticulture, Food Temperature Monitoring, and Facilities Management.

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