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Digital data logger (in bottle)

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28824Digital data logger (in bottle)

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It is important to know that your pasteurised product has had the correct temperature for the correct length of time, and there may be cases where you need to demonstrate this.

To allow you to quickly and easily create and maintain records of each pasteurisation batch, these simple data loggers record the temperature vs time of each pasteurisation run.

For in-bottle pasteurisation [please see the Vigo In Bottle Pasteuriser] - the sensor is inserted into a bottle in each batch. After use, it can be connected to a computer through its USB port, and the included software plots and records each batch for you. This takes all of the effort out of recording and maintaining your data.

 

Please see the Test Equipment category in Catalogue for our full range of test equipment.

[Did you know that our sister company, Rawlings, supplies bottles? See Glass Packaging]

Features

  • -40 to +125°C (-40 to +257°F) measurement range
  • Stainless Steel (316 grade) case provides protection from corrosion, impact and water ingress to IP67
  • USB interface for set-up and data download
  • Immediate and delayed start logging
  • Supplied with replaceable high capacity lithium battery
  • Supplied with Windows control software which enables data logger set-up, and downloading graph and export data to Excel

 

Specification

Data logger:

  • Measurement range: -40 to +125°C (-40 to +257°F)
  • Accuracy (overall, measured between 0°C and 40°C): Typical ±0.2 (±0.4) / maximum ±1.6 (±2.9)
  • Logging rate: minimum every 1 second / maximum every 12 hours
  • Battery: 2/3AA 3.6V High Temperature Lithium with life up to 3 years
  • Length: 113.6mm; diameter: 17.6mm

Software:

  • Runs under Windows 2000, XP, Vista & 7
  • Parameters to be configured: Logger name, temperature in °C or °F, logging rate (1s, 10s, 1m, 5m, 30m, 1hr, 6hr, 12hr), data rollover
  • (allows unlimited logging periods by overwriting the oldest data when the memory is full), start date and start time
  • Start date and start time

 

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