EL-WIFI-TP Temperature Probe Data Logger

$229.00

EL-WIFI-TP Temperature Probe Sensor can monitor an environment over a -40 to 125°C measurement range. Data is uploaded periodically using a standard WiFi network to the EasyLog Cloud or a single host PC.

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Description

EL-WIFI-TP WiFi Thermistor Probe Data Logging Sensor

This WiFi-enabled temperature data logging sensor can remotely monitor an environment over a -40 to 125°C temperature range. Data is uploaded periodically using a standard WiFi network to the EasyLog Cloud or a single host PC. Each Temperature Probe Sensor by Lascar Electronics comes supplied with a thermistor probe and mounting clip.

EasyLog Cloud gives access to each data logger, and data collected from any internet-enabled device. Change data logger settings remotely, receive email alerts of alarm conditions, link sensors from multiple sites into one account, and assign multiple user privileges.

The temperature probe sensor will store data internally if it loses WiFi connection. It will automatically upload the recorded data to the Cloud once reconnected.

Use the EasyLog Cloud Apps for Android and Apple to easily set up your device and access your data anytime, anywhere.

This product also complies with BS EN 12830:2018 (Temperature recorders for the transport, storage, and distribution of temperature-sensitive goods).

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Specification

Measurement range (probe supplied)
-40 to 125 °C (-40 to 257 °­­F)
Measurement resolution
0.1 °C
±1.5 °C (-40 to +125°C)
Operating temperature (module)
-20 to 60 °C (-4 to 140 °­­F)
Readings
Unlimited
Logging Rate
User selectable between 10 seconds and 12 hours
Calibration Certificate
Available Seperately
Probe Cable Length
1m (39.4")

Application

EL-WiFi-TP temperature probe data logger is suitable for applications with a wide temperature range. These include monitoring of Outside Environmental Data, Agriculture and Horticulture, Food Temperature Monitoring, and Facilities Management.

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