LogTag SRIL-8 Single Use Dry Ice and Low Temperature Recorder
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The LogTag® Dry Ice Probeless Temperature Recorder operates, measures and stores up to 8000 temperature readings in temperature environments ranging from -80°C to +40°C (-112°F to +104°F)
Intended for use in transit monitoring of articles stored in packaging incorporating dry ice cooling.
Available in single trip (SRIL-8) and multiple trip (TRIL-8) versions.
Using the LogTag® Interface Cradle and the freely available companion software LogTag® Analyzer, these are easily set-up for recording conditions including delayed start, sampling interval, number of readings, continuous or fixed number of readings and configuration of conditions to activate the 'ALERT' indicator.
LogTag® Analyzer also provides facilities for charting, zooming, listing data statistics and allows exporting the data to other applications such as MS Excel once the data has been downloaded.
|Recorder Operating Measurement Range||-80°C ~ +40°C (-112°F ~ +104°F)|
|Resolution||< than 0.1°C for -80°C ~ +0.0°C
< than 0.2°C for -0.0°C ~ +20°C
< than 0.5°C for +20°C ~ +40°C (see below)
|Accuracy||Better than ±1°C for -30°C ~ +20°C
Better than ±1.2°C for -45°C ~ -30°C & +20°C ~ +40°C
Better than ±1.7°C for -80°C ~ -45°C
|Sensor Reaction Time||Typically less than 5 minutes(T90) in moving air (1m/s)|
|Capacity||8000 readings (16K bytes memory)|
|Sampling Frequency||Adjustable, 1~60 minutes or 1~18 hours|
|Logging Start Options||Push button start or specific date & time.|
|Recording Indication||Flashing 'OK' indicator / flashing 'ALERT' indicator.|
|Download Time||Typically with full memory (8000 readings) in less than 5 secs depending on computer or readout device used.|
|Environmental||IP65 (roughly equivalent to NEMA 4)|
|Power Source||3.6V low temperature chemistry Lithium battery|
|Battery Life||Storage life of up to 12 months before ‘start’.
Rated for a typical trip of 2 weeks duration at dry ice temperatures.
• Logging start by push button or specific date/time start
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