Multi-Use PDF Temperature Logger -30°C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F)
- -30°C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F) measurement range
- 8000 sets of humidity and temperature readings
- Ideal for transportation applications
- Display shows temperature and alarm status of up to six alarms
- Don't need USB Craddle to download and setup
UTRID-16 provides a display to allow immediate viewing of current and past temperature and alarm statistics.
The display shows recording status, current temperature, alarm status of up to six user-configurable alarms and duration of any temperature excursions.
When the UTRID-16 is connected to a computer using the integrated USB plug, a detailed PDF report of the recorded temperature data and alarms can be automatically generated without the need for extra accessories and proprietary software.
For more detailed data analysis, the UTRID-16 also creates an encrypted data file compatible with LogTag Analyzer® operating software and data management options.
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|Measurement Range:||-30°C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F)|
|Accuracy (overall error):||
|Recording Capacity:||16,129 temperature readings. 56 days @ 5min logging, 168 days @ 15min logging.
Statistics memory (for display on LCD):Max/Min values and alarm duration values.
|Battery Life||2 years storage, followed by 6 months of operation life.|
|Real Time Clock||Rated accuracy ±25ppm @ 25°C (equivalent to 2.5 seconds/day).
Rated temperature coefficient is -0.034 ±0.006ppm/°C (I.e typically +/- 0.00294 seconds/day/°C).