£600.00 £720.00 (Inc. VAT)
HiTemp140-M12 features an M12 connector enabling multiple probes to connected to a single M12 data logger. The M12 will collect precise (+/-0.1°C) data in the harshest of environments and record up to 850°C (depending on probe).
The range of M12 probes allows for flexibility across a range of applications using one data logger.
The semi-flexible probe is ideally suited to product and air temperature verification studies. A carefully configured semi flexible probe can be coiled, bent or angled in any direction and will stay in that position throughout the validation exercise.
Configure a single HiTemp140-2 using the IFC400 interface or multiple data loggers with the IFC406 multiplexer. Stainless steel, submersible IP68 construction enables the operation in any environment between -40°C and +140°C (with no time limit) or -200°C to +250°C for a limited time, using the TSK shiel and +350°C using the ThermoVault Max barrier.
Once the validation exercise has been concluded, wait for the data loggers to cool down or warm up and insert them back into the interface. Using MT4 software and €˜workflows€™ to automatically download and save data before generating customised reports and performing analytical functions, including:
Suitable for use in autoclaves
Compatible with thermal shield for use in extreme temperatures
21 CFR Part 11 Compliant
Precise temperature data logging
Batch configuration with multiplexer
Compatible with the HiTemp140 range of products and accessories which encompass the demand for reliability and high performance at reasonable prices.
Also available with 1″, 5.25″ and 7″ probe.
|Sensor||External M12 probes sold separately|
|Sensor Type||Various RTD Probes with M12 Connector (sold separately)|
|Sample rate||4 readings per second ~ 1 reading a day|
|Range||-200°C ~ + 850°C (probe dependant)|
|Material||316 Stainless Steel|
|Power||User replacement battery|
|Battery life||365 days 1 minute recording @ 25°C|
|Dimensions||Data logger 54.5mm x 24.6mm x 24.6mm|
|Operating Conditions||Data logger -40°C ~ +140°C|
|Operating Conditions||Probe -200°C ~ +850°C|