This standalone data logger measures and stores up to 32,510 Carbon Monoxide (CO) readings over a 0 to 300ppm measurement range and -10 to +40°C (14 to +104°F) operating temperature range. Easily set up the logger and view downloaded data by plugging the unit into a PC’s USB port and using the free EasyLog software provided. Data can then be graphed, printed and exported to other applications for detailed analysis. Supplied with ½ AA battery and wall mount clip.
PLEASE NOTE: The sensor life on an EL-USB-CO300 logger is typically 4 years. You can find the exact expiry date in the EasyLog software under Current Status.
IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNING EL-USB-CO300 is a professional instrument that is designed to measure and record levels of Carbon Monoxide (CO) in air over a period of time. It takes a sample reading at set intervals for recording/monitoring/analysis purposes. It is not a suitable substitute for a domestic or industrial Carbon Monoxide detector/alarm.
PLEASE NOTE: You can add up to TWO SPARE BATTERIES for every data logger ordered. If you wish to order more than this quantity, please contact your local sales office for special shipping information.
The EL-USB-CO300 is suitable for a wide variety of applications. These include:
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If left unused for extended periods of time lithium metal batteries, including those used in the EasyLog range of data loggers, naturally form a non-conductive internal layer – a Passivation layer – preventing them from self-discharge and effectively increasing their shelf life. When first installed in the data logger, this may cause a momentary drop in the battery voltage (the Transient Minimum Voltage) as the internal layer is broken down, resulting in the data logger resetting. Inserting the batteries in the data logger and leaving it connected to a PC for about 30 seconds will remove this layer. After this, remove and re-install the batteries to reset the data logger. Overall battery life will not be affected.
We recommend recalibration on an annual basis, however your procedures may require something different to this. You can contact us for any information on the calibration services
we can offer.