Measure and record temperatures over time with the temperature datalogger
• Record up to 8,192 samples for up to a year’s worth of data
• Use to study temperature changes from -20°C to 60°C with a resolution of 0.1°C either during experiments or over time
• Everything is built into a single unit including the power supply and USB to review the data
• Suitable for ages 11+ with adult supervision
• The datalogger comes with a CR 1220 battery which has an estimated two to three year life expectancy and can be replaced
• With its built in USB it’s easy to connect to your PC and the datalogger is compatible with Windows Vista and later Windows OSWhat can I record with this datalogger?
Record up to a year’s worth of data about the temperature. This datalogger (161-357) can store 8,192 pieces of data and can be set to record from once per second to once per hour. Record experiments or set up a long term study into temperature changes. Detect temperatures from -20°C to 60°C with a resolution of 0.1°C for accurate and precise information. You can even use the temperate datalogger to record outside or underwater in a sealed container.
How does the datalogger work?
All the components for the datalogger are housed inside its plastic casing including the sensor, memory and battery - there’s no need for any wires or extra hardware. The device comes in the form of a USB stick so retrieving your data is as simple as plugging into your PC or laptop’s USB socket. There is free downloadable software available to program the data recorder which is simple and easy to do. You can optionally set up a start date and time to start recording and chose from looped recording which overwrites the oldest data first or single which records until it’s full then stops. The datalogger uses a CR1220 battery that can be replaced (See our range here) and is compatible with Windows Vista or later.