Temperature Data Logger Adds Display

October 25, 2011. Lascar Electronics has extended the functionality of its existing temperature data logger with the addition of a 2-1/2″ digit LCD. The EL-USB-1-LCD will now allow users to toggle between the current, maximum, and minimum stored temperatures taken during the current logging session without interrupting the session or removing the data logger from the field. Previously, data could only be viewed by taking the logger back to the computer, stopping the current logging session, and downloading all results.

The EL-USB-1-LCD measures and stores up to 16,378 temperature readings over a -35 to +80°C (-31 to +176°F) range. The user can easily name the logger, set up the logging rate and start-time, set high and low alarms, and download the stored data by plugging the data logger into a PC’s USB port and running the purpose-designed software under Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7. Data can then be graphed, printed and exported to other applications.

The data logger is supplied complete with a long-life lithium battery, which can typically allow logging for up to one year. The data logger is protected against moisture to IP67 standard when the protective cap is fitted. Price for the EL-USB-1-LCD is $78.


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