Press Release Summary:
Series BDL Button Data Loggers record temperature data for 1 year. Housed in stainless steel, loggers are water resistant, and have operating temperatures from -4 to 185 deg F. BDL loggers are powered by one 3 V Lithium battery, and offer sensor accuracies of +/- 0.9 deg F from 32 to 158 deg F and clock accuracy of +/- 2 sec per month. Kit (BDL-K) includes 2 buttons, 2 plastic holders, interface cable, and Windows(R) software.
Original Press Release:
New! Miniature-Sized, Low Cost Data Logger Capable of Storing Over 2,000 Readings!
Dwyer Instruments, Inc is proud to announce the release of the Series BDL Button Data Loggers. This tiny unit, which is only 17mm in diameter and 6mm thick, is able to record data for one year. This device records temperature data in applications where size, and cost effectiveness are key.
The BDL is housed in a stainless steel case and is water resistant. With a wide operating temperature range of -4 to 185°F (-20 to 85°C), the BDL offers a low cost solution for many applications. Each Button Data Logger is powered by a 3-volt Lithium battery which has a typical life of 10 years. The Series BDL has a sensor accuracy of ± -0.9°F from 32 to 158°F ( ±0.5°C from 0 to 70°C), and clock accuracy of ±2 seconds per month.
Start monitoring temperatures immediately by choosing the BDL-K Button Data Logger Kit. The BDL-K brings together all of the essentials for getting started. The kit includes two buttons, two plastic holders, an interface cable, and Windows(R) software. Additional buttons are available.
There are many applications where the Series BDL is proven to be an important tool. Some of them are: Food processing verification, pharmaceutical storage, laboratories, transportation of temperature sensitive goods, equipment run time, facility maintenance, and HVAC systems testing and balancing.
Dwyer Instruments, Inc. produces a wide variety of temperature products. For complete information contact Dwyer Instruments, Inc., P.O. Box 373, Michigan City. IN, 46361. Phone: (219) 879-8000; Fax (219) 872-9057. Internet address: dwyer-inst.com; E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.