This ultra-low temperature data logger is designed for monitoring vaccines in cryogenic dry ice storage. The measurement range is -100 to +100°C (-148 to +212°F) using the probe supplied with the logger. The device can record over 32,000 readings and is simple to set up using the free EasyLog software, which allows users to set their own high and low alarm thresholds, with alarm hold and delayed start features as well. Flashing lights alert users to any temperature excursions. Just plug the logger into your PC’s USB port to download data which can then be graphed, printed and exported to other applications for detailed analysis.
The product is supplied with a ½ AA battery, the probe (300mm probe on a 1m long cable) and a mounting bracket.
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.
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-USB-ULT:
The EL-USB-ULT ultra low temperature data logger is designed for monitoring vaccines in cryogenic dry ice storage and transit.
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The battery life depends on the logger you have and the setting, on the data sheet for your product you can see the battery life shown in the specifications table.