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IP67 temperature sensor EL-WiFi-TP series

IP67 temperature sensor
IP67 temperature sensor
IP67 temperature sensor
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IP67
Temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 125 °C (257 °F)

Description

Overview This WiFi-enabled temperature data logging sensor can remotely monitor an environment over a -40 to 125°C (-40 to 257°­­F) measurement range. Data is uploaded periodically using a standard WiFi network to the EasyLog Cloud or a single host PC. Supplied with thermistor probe and mounting clip. EasyLog Cloud gives access to each data logger, and data collected from any internet-enabled device. Change data logger settings remotely, receive email alerts of alarm conditions, link sensors from multiple sites into one account and assign multiple user privileges. The device will store data internally if it loses WiFi connection and automatically uploads it to the Cloud once reconnected. Use the EasyLog Cloud Apps for Android and Apple to easily setup your device and access your data anytime, anywhere. Specification Measurement range (probe supplied): -40 to 125 °C (-40 to 257 °­­F) Measurement resolution: 0.1 °C Measurement accuracy: ±0.75 °C (-15 to +70°C) ±1.5 °C (-40 to +125°C) Operating temperature (module): -20 to 60 °C (-4 to 140 °­­F) Readings: Unlimited Logging Rate: User selectable between 10 seconds and 12 hours Battery Life: Rechargeable Battery / 6 Months Battery Life / Mains Powered Option Calibration Certificate: Available Separately Probe Cable Length: 1m (39.4") Application Info The EL-WiFi-TP is suitable for a wide variety of applications. These include: •Environmental and weather monitoring •Agricultural and livestock •Food Temperature Monitoring •Building & site monitoring

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