Temperature data logger

  • 04-Mar-2009 04:34 EST
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Dickson’s watertight, stainless-steel-case data loggers are suitable for high-heat applications that require temperature monitoring in hot or wet conditions. Features include stainless steel cases designed to resist water; temperature resistance up to 257°F (125°C); durable reinforced probes in the HT 220 and HT 225 models; user-replaceable one-year batteries; and USB-enabled high-speed data downloading. The units offer improved flexibility for data logger placement in applications where temperature monitoring is necessary such as various off-highway and shipping industries. 

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