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Thermocouple Data Logger sends data over WiFi network to PC.

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Suited for real-time monitoring applications, WiFi Thermocouple Temperature Data Logger lists current readings on integrated display and supports J, K, N, and T type thermocouple probes for measurement range of -454 to +2372°F, dependent on probe type. Users can choose to log data in either Celsius or Fahrenheit and also set configurable high and low temperature alarms. Operating on rechargeable internal lithium polymer battery, logger can be recharged via PC or USB +5 V wall adapter.



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New WiFi Thermocouple Data Logger from CAS DataLoggers



Just Let it Log and Report Its Readings to Your PC!



CHESTERLAND OH — CAS DataLoggers and Lascar have just released the new WiFi Thermocouple Temperature Data Logger for a wide variety of real time monitoring applications. These WiFi-capable data loggers support connection with several thermocouple types to give users a wide and flexible temperature measurement range. The data loggers send all their data over the WiFi network to a PC where it’s available to view at any time. All this makes wireless recording a great low-cost solution for many applications including food and beverage storage and transportation, HVAC building and site monitoring, weather and environmental monitoring, agricultural and livestock, and more.



Each datalogger lists its current readings on its integrated display and supports J,K,N,T type thermocouple probes for a measurement range of -270 to +1300°C (-454 to +2372°F), dependent on the probe type. Users can choose to log in either Celcius or Fahrenheit and also set configurable high and low temperature alarms which have their own indicator on the display. Each low-powered datalogger operates on a rechargeable internal lithium polymer battery which can be quickly recharged via a PC or USB +5V wall adapter using the included USB lead.



Our WiFi datalogger measures the temperature of the environment where the probe is placed; this isolates the actual logger from the temperature being measured to collect accurate readings. The K type probe supplied with the logger has a measurement range of 0°C to 400°C with an accuracy of ±1.5°C. Data is streamed over any WiFi network and can be viewed on a PC using the FREE software available for download.



During configuration, the sensor will search for an existing wireless network while physically connected to the PC. It can then be placed anywhere within range of the network for reliable standalone operation. If the sensor temporarily loses connectivity with the network, it will keep logging readings until it is able to communicate again with the PC application or cloud service (max 30 days at 10-second sample interval). Logged data is retained if the battery goes flat (up to 500,000 readings). Although the datalogger sensor has an impressive range, it can be increased if needed by using WiFi extenders.



These dataloggers also include FREE control software for the EasyLog WiFi range of loggers. It is compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Vista and 7. When installed on a PC, the software enables set-up, data logging and data review. Once configured, users can view historic data via the graphing tool or export to Excel.



For more information on our NEW WiFi Thermocouple Temperature data loggers, more wireless solutions monitoring humidity and more, or to find the ideal solution for your application-specific needs, contact a CAS Data Logger Applications Specialist at (800) 956-4437 or visit the website at www.DataLoggerInc.com


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