Data Loggers measure temperature and humidity.

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Model OM-43 measures temperature and relative humidity, while 4-channel Model OM-44 measures temperature, relative humidity, and up to 2 external signals, which can be temperature probes, 4-20 mA signals, or 0-2.5 Vdc signals. Temperature sensor is on 4 in. wire, which is mounted on circuit board inside lid of datalogger case. When inside case it measures ambient air temperature over range of -4 to 158°F, and when outside of case, it measures temperatures from -40 to 248°F.



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Humidity & Temperature Dataloggers



Model OM-43 measures temperature and relative humidity (internal sensors). Model OM-44 is a four channel datalogger that measures temperature and relative humidity (internal sensors) and also up to two external signals which can be external temperature probes, 4 to 20 mA signals or 0 to 2.5 Vdc signals. The internal temperature sensor is on a 4" wire which is mounted on the circuit board inside the snap lid of the datalogger case. Typically this sensor is left inside the case and measures ambient air temperature over the operating temperature range of the logger -20 to 70°C (-4 to 158°F). The internal temperature sensor can also be placed outside of the case for faster response time. When the sensor is placed outside of the case it is capable of measuring temperatures from -40 to 120°C (-40 to 248°F).

Price Starts at $59.

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