EasyLog | EL-WiFi-TC

US$229.99 ex. tax

  • WiFi Thermocouple Data Logger
  • -270 to +1372°C Measurement range
  • EasyLog Cloud Connected
  • Easy Sensor Setup
  • High and Low Alarms
  • Free PC Software
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EL-WiFi-TC US$229.99 ex. tax

This WiFi-enabled data logger can remotely monitor an environment using an inter-changeable J, K or T type thermocouple. Supplied with a K Type probe, its measurement range out of the box measures from 0 to 200°C (32 to 392°F). Data is uploaded periodically using a standard WiFi network to the EasyLog Cloud or a single host PC.

EasyLog Cloud gives access to each data logger, and data collected from any internet-enabled device. Change data logger settings remotely, receive email alerts of alarm conditions, link sensors from multiple sites into one account and assign multiple user privileges.

The device will store data internally if it loses WiFi connection and automatically uploads it to the Cloud once reconnected.

Use the EasyLog Cloud Apps for Android and Apple to easily setup your device and access your data anytime, anywhere.

This product complies with BS EN 12830:2018 (Temperature recorders for the transport, storage, and distribution of temperature-sensitive goods).

Measurement Range K Type (provided) 0 to +200°C (+32 to +392°F)
Measurement Range K Type -270 to +1,372°C (-454 to +2,501°F)
Measurement Range J Type -210 to +1,200°C (-346 to +2,192°F)
Measurement Range T Type -270 to +400°C (-454 to +752°F)
Accuracy ±1.5°C (±3°F)
Readings Unlimited
Logging Rate User selectable between 10 seconds and 12 hours
Battery Rechargeable Battery / 6 Months Battery Life / Mains Powered Option
Calibration Certificate Available Separately

Calibration testing carried out on our products provides assurance of the ongoing accuracy of your EasyLog data logger. This is relevant for all users, but is especially important for medical, food and scientific applications, and where audit compliance needs to be demonstrated. We provide a number of standard calibration options suitable for common applications such as monitoring fridges, chilled goods and freezers, but can also provide customized calibration at whatever measurement points you need. Please contact our sales team for details.

Calibration options available for the EL-WiFi-TC:

The EL-WiFi-TC temperature data logger is suitable for a wide variety of applications particularly those which require a wide temperature measurement range.  These include:

For application stories on our data loggers, visit our case studies section.

Facilities Management

Providing adaptability, precision and user-friendly experiences. While also addressing specialized needs in a range of different industries.



Food Temperature Monitoring

Data logging for comprehensive monitoring, crucial in upholding food safety and quality throughout the supply chain.

Why am I not receiving emails for my Cloud alerts?

If you are not receiving email notifications for cloud alerts this could be because;

You may have unsubscribed from the mailing list. You can reset this on the cloud account page or by contacting us through the support page.
Your company may have our email address blocked from their system as part of their policy. You may need to ask for permission to allow the emails to be received.
You may not have emails notifications correctly set up. Please watch this tutorial on how to set up notifications.

Why will my device not connect to the wireless network?

You can perform the following steps to help with this issue:

Basic Checks:

1) Check that the password being entered is correct.

2) Make sure that the SSID name does not contain spaces or other special characters.

3) Check that your network has an internet connection.

4) Check that the device is in range of the router.

5) 2.4GHz network supporting 802.11b, g or n is required. 5GHz networks are not supported.

Advanced Network Checks:

6) TCP Port 14354 is open for outbound traffic throughout your network and firewall.

7) Ensure MAC filtering is not switched on, or if it is switched on the device’s MAC address is included in the list of known devices.

8) Check that the DHCP service is running. This allows the device to be allocated an IP Address. Normally, the DHCP service runs in either your router or on a network server. Make sure that the configured DHCP IP address range allows the addition of new devices, if not extend the range.

9) If your wireless network uses WPA Enterprise authentication, make sure that the correct authentication type is selected during set-up from the drop-down box. Only the types listed are supported.

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