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ETI launches real time multi temperature reader

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The Thermadata 4 Channel Logger measures temperatures over a range of -99.9 to 1,372°C with a 0.1°C resolution.

Temperature probe manufacturer Electronic Temperature Instruments (ETI) has launched the Thermadata 4 Channel Logger.

The new multi-logging feature is designed to aid business continuity and productivity by recording the temperature up to a maximum of 64,000 readings at 16,000 per channel.

The 4 Channel Logger is housed in a robust ABS case that contains Biomaster antimicrobial technology, which should maintain hygienic values by reducing bacterial growth.

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An integrated rubber seal is designed to ensure water resistance and help reduce the possibility of damage in some of the harshest commercial environments. It measures temperatures over a range of -99.9 to 1,372°C with a 0.1°C resolution, auto-ranging to 1°C over the range of 300 to 1,372°C.

The 4 Channel Logger also features a user-friendly LCD. This LCD displays temperature, high and low limits, max/min recorded temperatures and volume level. Programmable audible alarms allow the user to preset high and low temperature limits for any logging process.

The Thermadata 4 Channel Logger is connected to a PC via a supplied USB C lead. The data can be downloaded and displayed either as a graph, table, or summary. The information can then be analysed and saved as a Studio File or exported to other software packages.

ETI director Jason Webb commented: “Operators across the food and drink industry need a welcome dose of reassurance and our new robust thermometers are designed to provide that by aiding food safety and providing real-time, accurate temperature monitoring.

“To support business continuity, this instrument can be started and stopped to map multiple processes, without downloading the data each time.”

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