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RF314Dual - WiFi Dual Channel Data Logger for Thermocouple Probes

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  • $315.00


The RF314Dual WiFi Dual Channel Data Logger with Thermocouples provides dual channel recording through two external thermocouple probes.

The RF314Dual data logger measures the temperature of the environment in which the probes are situated. This data logger is typically accurate to ±1.5°C (with the K type probes supplied). It is freestanding, but can be attached to a wall or surface using the bracket provided and can be clipped in and out as required. The probes are connected using the industry standard miniature thermocouple connector, which allows alternative K, N, J and T type probes to be used.

The Thermocouples can be used in a wide range of extreme temperature situations e.g. manufacturing processes, cold storage and hot storage.

Data is streamed wirelessly to either the Comark Cloud or a local PC. During configuration the data logger will search for an existing wireless network whilst physically connected to the PC. Once connected it can then be placed anywhere within range of the network. If the data logger temporarily loses connectivity with the network or PC, it will log readings until the connection is re-established (max 30 days at 10 second sample interval).

Although the Diligence WiFi data loggers have an impressive range this can be increased by using WiFi extenders.

The RF314Dual WiFi Dual Channel Data Logger with Thermocouples is a low power device containing a rechargeable battery. When configured using typical sample and transmit periods the data logger can operate for up to six months. The battery can be recharged via a standard +5V wall adapter or a USB port using the cable provided.

The LCD display includes several features including Max and Min readings and indicators for battery state, alarms, WiFi connection and signal strength.

With our free PC software you can choose to store your logger data either locally on a single PC, or make it universally accessible on the Comark Cloud. Whichever you choose, you’ll be able to analyse data, draw graphs and export the latest and historic data in various formats.