Elitech Temperature Data Logger, RC-4 USB Recorder with Double Sensors LCD Display Buzzer Alarm 16000 Readings
Elitech RC-4 USB LCD Temperature Data Logger / Recorder Double Sensor Wide Measure Range is mainly used for temperature recording during storage and ocean/air/highway transportation of foodstuff, medicine, chemicals and other products, especially widely used in all kinds of warehousing, logistics and cold chain, such as refrigerate containers, refrigerated trucks refrigerated package, cold storage, laboratory, etc. or in large-sized global supply chain businesses.
1. Directly connect with computer for data exchange,easy operation: When connected to computer,the software will automatically read data, and form reports.
2. Display temperature, time, over temperature alarm, temperature upper/lower limit,temperature Max./Min. value in the LCD screen.
3. Double sensor: Built-in Sensor and External Sensor.
4. Used to record temperature data over a long period of time.
5. LCD to show data and settings.
6. Above one year battery life.
7. Data management software & USB cable included for working with PC easily.
1.Accuracy: ±1 ℃
2.Record capacity: 16000 points (MAX)
3.Record interval: 10s~24hour adjustable
4.Sensor: Internal NTC thermal resistor
Elitech RC-4 Related Documents
Elitech RC-4 Temperature Data Logger User Manual Muti-language
Werkt uitstekend. De mogelijkheid om een externe temperatuurvoeler aan te sluiten gaf de doorslag in de keuze voor dit product. Alle denkbare instellingen zijn mogelijk (in mijn toepassing). En de prijs ..... Een meer dan uitstekende prijs kwaliteit verhouding
Super simple to setup and use. Can't speak to longevity since I've only had them a few days but wow super simple and just running with the default setting of one reading per 15 minutes logged suits my needs just fine. The SW does it's job but is not super flexible (I would have liked for example an ability to annotate the line charts with notes on key events along the way but alas). All in all, highly recommend if you have a need to simply monitor temperature. I never calibrated mine, checked accuracy against a reference, or even verified repeatability but, the data I'm getting looks plenty reasonable to me so I'm declaring it good enough and supposing that the unit is within the rated spec. My initial use was to monitor temp of my fermentation process for home winemaking (I and NOT recommending dropping the sensor into your must - I did not do that) so for that purpose seems like this'll serve me well for years. I'll probably find lots of uses for these little gems now that I have them (bought two).
The device is inexpensive and does what you'd expect for the price. Everything seems to be accurate and the software, while simple, is useful.