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LogTag SRIC-4 temperature recorder Datarecorders zoom in

LogTag SRIC-4 temperature recorder

The LogTag SRIC-4 is a single-use temperature recorder for logging of sensitive products for short and long transportation distances.

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  • No external sensor required
  • User friendly
  • 4000 points
  • Single-use
  • Readout with readout

Suitable for

  • Pharmacy
  • Horeca
  • Supermarket
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Horticulture
  • Foods
  • Dairy produce

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  • Lengte 77mm
  • Breedte 54mm
  • Hoogte 8mm
  • Gewicht 28 gram
  • Product code 3014 
  • Measuring range temperature -25ºC ~ +60ºC 
  • Measuring frequency adjustable, 1~60 minutes or 1~18 hours 
  • Capacity 3968 logs (i.e 13.75 days @ 5 min. logging, 41.25 days @ 15 min. logging an 
  • Response time sensor 3968 logs (i.e 13.75 days @ 5 min. logging, 41.25 days @ 15 min. logging and 82. 
  • Housing Polycarbonate 
  • Power supply 3v Lithium battery 
  • Battery life 6 months while using 
  • Download time typically with full memor 
  • Theme Temperature 
  • Minimal order quantity 25 

  • Alarm indicator signals when readings are outside the preset limits
  • OK indicator signals that the readings remain within the set limits
  • Inspection mark in log by a single button press
  • Start the program with one press of a button or at specific date / time
  • Within a few seconds of data downloaded
  • Pre Start log, the log recorder before the drive actually starts
  • Temperature accuracy: ± 0.5 ° C (± 0.9 ° F) or higher by measurement of -5 ° C ~ + 30 ° C (23 ° F ~ + 86 ° F), ± 0.8 ° C (± 1.5 ° F) or better for measurements in other areas of the rated range.





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