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Data logger monitors temperature, relative humidity and dew point

Data logger monitors temperature, relative humidity and dew point

Electronic Assembly's SYLOG-USB-2 data logger is designed to monitor and record ambient temperature, relative humidity and dew point.

Targeted at applications in the pharmaceutical, food, transportation and logistics industries, the device can simply be inserted into a usb port for fast, uncomplicated analysis of the data which has been logged. Drivers for current versions of Windows are provided.

The SYLOG-USB-2 captures temperature and relative humidity data simultaneously and can store up to 16,382 readings. It also calculates the dew point for each reading. The data logging intervals can be in the range between 10 seconds and 12 hours and are user selectable. The date and time when logging starts can also be pre programmed.

Software is supplied for displaying the results on the computer screen in graphics format. The graphs can also be formatted for printing. The data can be converted into a variety of standard formats and exported for further processing.

Colored led indicators display the current device status. They also reveal whether pre set minimum or maximum temperature thresholds have been exceeded, which is important to verify the integrity of the cooling chain in the food and pharmaceutical industries.

The data logger has an operating temperature range of -35 to 80°C and can record relative humidity between 0 and 100%. It comes with a long life, replaceable lithium battery which has a life expectancy of one year. A plastic cap provides IP67 protection, keeping out water and dust even during operation.

Laura Hopperton

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