Latest New Product News from Lascar Electronics Inc.
Thermometer integrates data logging, graphing capabilities.Lascar Electronics Inc. Erie, PA 16506
Jan 08, 2013 Employing included K-type probe, EL-ENVIROPAD-TC is used for spot temperature readings. Data logging mode lets users set unit and leave it to take temperature readings at pre-determined intervals for desired length of time. In spot measurement mode, thermometer can be used to capture one off temperature readings displayed on screen. Unit can hold 65,000+ readings in CSV format, downloadable to PC via USB connection, and works with J, K, N, and T-type thermocouples.
Temperature, Humidity Datalogger transmits over Wi-Fi networks.Lascar Electronics Inc. Erie, PA 16506
Jul 23, 2012 Model EL-WiFi-TH temperature/humidity data logger allows remote monitoring of environments and streams collected data back to PC via Wi-Fi connection. Settings, such as sampling and upload rates, can be set via included software. Signal strength, min/max temp/RH readings, and last log can be viewed on unit's display, while data can be viewed in graph format on PC or exported to Excel. Product stores readings in internal memory if connection is lost, and uploads these once connection is restored.
Smart Graphics Displays feature software-configurable design.Lascar Electronics Inc. Erie, PA 16506
Nov 10, 2011 Featuring 2.8 in. and 3.5 in. touchscreens, respectively, Models SGD 28-M and SGD 35-M are connected to computer via USB port and configurable using PanelPilot software. PanelPilot walks user through configuration starting with selection of meter style from over 40 digital and analog options. User can then select custom colors, text labels, splash screens, and input voltage scaling. Operating from 4-30 V, displays offer dual analog inputs and voltage measurement range of 0-40 V.
Thermocouple Data Logger can store up to 32,000 readings.Lascar Electronics Inc. Erie, PA 16506
Jul 08, 2008 Capable of accepting input from J, K, or T-type thermocouple via mini-thermocouple connector at base of unit, EL-USB-TC thermocouple data logger can measure temperatures from -328 to +2,372°F, depending on type of sensor used. Once logging is complete, users can plug data logger back into USB port to download all readings. Data is saved in .txt format and viewed via Lascar's software in graph form, and can also be exported to Excel for more detailed analysis.
LED Data Display features weatherproof construction.Lascar Electronics Inc. Erie, PA 16506
Jan 31, 2007 Designed for use in microcontroller-based applications, EM32-4-LED has display area comprised of four 7-segment LED digits and 3 decimal places that can be individually addressed using serial communication. Red LEDs can be read in most lighting conditions while drawing 20 mA at 5 V. Featuring 12-pin DIL connection with industry standard 0.1 in. pitch, product's round metal alloy and glass enclosure carries IP67/NEMA 4X rating when properly mounted.
Temperature/Humidity Logger features direct USB interface.Lascar Electronics Inc. Erie, PA 16506
May 11, 2005 Model EL-USB-2 is capable of recording relative humidity from 0â€“100% RH and temperature from -35 to +80°C, as well as calculating dew point. Two LEDs indicate when unit is logging, when alarm level has been reached, when battery needs replacing, or when device has reached full memory capacity of 32,000 readings. USB port is used for configuration and data download. Waterproof plastic casing allows use of logger in hostile environments.
Data Display Module offers 4 digits.Lascar Electronics Inc. Erie, PA 16506
Mar 08, 2005 Model OEM 4-LED communicates via serial interface, making it suited for microcontroller-based applications. Each of 7-segment digits and 3 decimal places can be addressed individually and use low-power, red LEDs to produce 0.31 in. high display with typical current consumption of 20 mA at 5 V. Connection to display is via 12-pin DIL with 0.1 in. pitch.
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