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EW-23036-30   Cole-Parmer Instrument Company Data Acquisition and auditable trails to identify users, date & times and actions taken. Loggers with external temperature measuring capability accept type K thermocouple probes with mini connectors (sold separately). Specifications. Product Type Temperature/Humidity Dataloggers. Temp resolution 0.1 °. Display...
EW-23036-10   Cole-Parmer Instrument Company Data Acquisition and auditable trails to identify users, date & times and actions taken. Loggers with external temperature measuring capability accept type K thermocouple probes with mini connectors (sold separately). Specifications. Product Type Temperature Dataloggers. Temp resolution 0.1 °. Display 4-digit...
OM-CP-TCTEMP2000   OMEGA Engineering, Inc. Data Loggers and Data Recorders The OM-CP-TCTEMP2000 is a battery powered thermocouple temperature data logger with an LCD display. This data logger has an internal temperature sensor and one external input for J, K, T, E, R, S, B, and N type thermocouples. The 8-button keypad and large LCD provide convenient access to current...
SDL500   Flir Commercial Systems Data Loggers and Data Recorders Features: Relative Humidity, Temperature, Dew Point, and Wet Bulb measurement. Adjustable data sampling rate. Stores 99 readings manually and 20M readings via 2G SD card. Type K/J Thermocouple input for high temperature measurements. Large backlit dual LCD display. Record/Recall MIN, MAX, Data Hold...
EW-37460-20   Cole-Parmer Instrument Company Data Acquisition deg;C). RTD resolution 0.01 °F/0.1 °F. Thermocouple range -328 to 2498 °F (-200 to 1370 °C). Thermocouple resolution 0.01 °F. Humidity resolution 0.1% RH. Humidity range 0 to 100% RH (-22 to 356 °F). Memory 15 KB (approx. 7500 measurements). No. of channels 2. Ambient...
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    The spec sheets for any of the dataTaker DT8X series of loggers do not contain direct accuracy information on temperature measurements by thermocouple. Instead it offers a voltage accuracy based on the full scale of the voltage being measured. The Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers have
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