EL-SIE-1 Temperature Data Logger


The EL-SIE-1 Temperature data logger with display is a high accuracy USB data logger that measures ambient temperature and can store over 1 million readings. There is no software to install and it works with any PC or Mac.

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EL-SIE-1 Temperature Data Logger with display

Monitor the environment you live and work in with EasyLog’s Temperature Logger. EL-SIE-1 has advanced onboard software means there is nothing to install on your PC or Mac. Simply connect the logger with a USB cable and use your web browser to configure the device and view, analyze and download your data. Data can also be uploaded to your EasyLog Cloud account which gives users secure storage for powerful analysis. It really couldn’t be easier.

The EL-SIE Series comes with a bright and clear display that shows current readings and device status at a glance. The logger comes with a bracket for secure wall mounting. EL-SIE-1 uses standard AAA batteries and the typical battery life is over 1 year.

The EL-SIE-1 version measures temperature only. High-accuracy versions, and versions that measure temperature and relative humidity, or temperature, humidity, and pressure are also available. Key markets include facilities and building management, logistics, warehouses and storage, and clean rooms, and other pressure-sensitive environments.


Measurement range (T)
-18 to +55°C (-0.4 to +131°F)
±0.2°C (±0.36°F)
Logging Rate
10 seconds to 24 hours, user selectable
Start Modes
Immediate, push-to-start, delayed start, parameter triggered
Memory Capacity
Over 1,000,000 total readings
Integrated alarm sounder
Power Source
2 x AAA 1.5V battery
Battery Life
>1 year (at 25°C with 10 minute logging rate)
93 x 42 x 17 mm (excluding bracket)
Operating Temperature Range
-18 to +55°C (-0.4 to +131°F)
Environmental Rating


EL-SIE-1 temperature data logger is suitable for a wide variety of applications. Applications include Facilities Management, Housing & Business Premises, Outside Environmental Data, and Agriculture and Horticulture.

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