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EL-USB-2+ Temperature & Humidity Datalogger[ELUSB2+]

EL-USB-2+ Temperature & Humidity Datalogger[ELUSB2+]

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Increased accuracy humidity and temperature data logger

·         Increased Accuracy Temp/RH USB data logger

·         Configuration software

·         User-selectable alarm thresholds

·         LEDs indicate logger status

·         IP67 protection

 
 

This standalone data logger measures and stores up to 16,382 relative humidity and 16,382 temperature readings over 0 to 100%RH and -35 to +80°C (-31 to +176°F) measurement ranges. The user can easily set up the logger and view downloaded data by plugging the module into a PC's USB port and using the supplied software. Relative humidity, temperature and dew point (The temperature at which water vapour present in the air begins to condense) data can then be graphed, printed and exported to other applications.

The data logger configuration software is compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7.

Specification

Min.

Typ.

Max.

Unit

Relative Humidity

Measurement range

0

 

100

%RH

Repeatability (short term)

 

±0.1

 

Accuracy (overall error) (20-80%RH)

 

±2.0*

±4.0

Internal resolution

 

0.5

 

Long term stability

 

0.5

 

Temperature

Measurement range

-35 (-31)

 

+80 (+176)

°C (°F)

Repeatability

 

±0.1 (±0.2)

 

Accuracy (overall error) (20-80%RH)

 

±0.3 (±0.6)

±1.5 (±3)

Internal resolution

 

0.5 (1)

 

Dew Point

Accuracy (overall error) (25°C, 40-100%RH)

 

±1.1 (±2) **

 

°C (°F)

Logging rate

every 10s

 

every 12hr

-

Operating temperature range

-35 (-31)

 

+80 (+176)

°C (°F)

1/2AA 3.6V Lithium Battery Life ***

 

1* year

   


* This specifies the overall error in the logged readings, for relative humidity measurements between 20 and 80%RH
** This specifies the overall error in the calculated dew point, for realtive humidity measurements between 40 and 100%RH at 25°C
*** Depending on sample rate, ambient temperatures and use of alarm LEDs