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LogTag Sril-8 dry ice temperature recorder Datarecorders zoom in

LogTag Sril-8 dry ice temperature recorder

The LogTag Sril-8 'Dry Ice' single-use temperature recorder measuring temperatures ranging from -80°C to +40°C (-112°C to +104°F). It is particularly suitable for packaged goods which are cooled in dry ice. read more

  • -80°C to +40°C
  • Single-use
  • Suitable for dry ice
  • 8000 points
  • No external sensor needed

Suitable for

  • AGF
  • Automotive
  • Blood
  • Chemistry
  • Pharmacy
  • Horeca
  • Poultry
  • Supermarket
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Horticulture
  • Fish
  • Meat
  • Foods
  • Dairy produce

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  • Lengte 86mm
  • Breedte 54mm
  • Hoogte 8mm
  • Gewicht 35 gram
  • Product code 3018 
  • Weight gram 35 
  • Measuring range temperature -80ºC ~ +70ºC 
  • Measuring frequency Adjustable, 1~60 minutes or 1~18 hours 
  • Measurement range RH% 0,1 
  • Capacity 8000 temperature readings (16 Kbytes memory) 
  • Rounding temperature 0,10 
  • Response time sensor Typically less than 5 minutes (T90) in moving air (1m/s) 
  • Housing Polycarbonate 
  • ECM compliance EC 
  • FDA compliance FDA CFR21 Part 11 
  • Power supply 3v Lithium batterij 
  • Theme Temperature 
  • Minimal order quantity

  • Alert indicator - indicates if readings are outside of preset limits
  • OK indicator indicates if still recording and if readings within configured limits
  • Inspection mark in log by push button
  • Push Button Logging start with optional delayed start or specific Time & Date start
  • Rapid Download; takes only seconds to download recordings
  • ‘Pre-Start’ logging - LogTag® can be configured to record even if it has not been started.

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