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LogTag Tril-8 dry ice temperature recorder Datarecorders zoom in

LogTag Tril-8 dry ice temperature recorder

The LogTag Tril-8 'Dry Ice' temperature recorder with an internal sensor can be used several times and measures and stores up to 8000 temperature readings between the range -80°C to +40°C. This recorder is suitable for use during transport of products which are packed with dry ice. The alarm indicator will alert you when there are readings outside the preset limits. You start the recorder with a single press of a button. 

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  • -80°C to +40°C
  • Multi-use
  • Suitable for dry ice
  • 8000 measuring 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 3017 
  • 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 
  • Power supply 3v Lithium battery 
  • Download time Typically with full memory 
  • Theme Temperature 
  • Minimal order quantity

  • 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 pressing a button
  • Start the program with one press of a button on a specific date/time
  • Within a few seconds the data is downloaded

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