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Data Loggers and Data Logging Thermometers

Our selection includes various types of data loggers, from single-channel units to multi-channel systems, each capable of recording temperature data over time for analysis and compliance purposes. These devices work by continuously measuring and storing temperature readings at set intervals, providing valuable insights into temperature trends and fluctuations. Ideal for a wide range of applications including pharmaceuticals, food storage, and environmental monitoring, our data loggers offer reliable and accurate temperature tracking to ensure product integrity and regulatory compliance. Explore our range of data logging thermometers, which combine temperature measurement with data logging capabilities in a single device, offering convenience and efficiency for temperature monitoring tasks. Whether you need to monitor a single point or multiple locations simultaneously, our data loggers and data logging thermometers provide the solution you need for effective temperature management.

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Meet Our Data-Loggers Experts

ECEFast’s team of thermal validation experts are here to help. They ensure precision and reliability in temperature instrumentation by providing high quality customer service, specialist advice and solutions customised to your needs.

Justin Marven

General Manager, Industrial Measurement and Control

Russell Johnstone

Internal Sales Engineer

Jon Forman

Business Development Manager

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a temperature data logger?

A temperature data logger is an electronic device that records temperature data over time. It typically includes a sensor to measure temperature, a microprocessor, internal memory for data storage, a battery and in most cases a display with temperature readout along with configuration parameters. Data loggers are used in various applications, including environmental monitoring, transportation of perishable goods, and industrial processes. They provide a reliable way to track and analyse temperature changes, ensuring quality control and compliance with industry standards.

What is the temperature range that data loggers can measure?

Temperature data loggers can measure a wide range of temperatures, depending on the model and type of sensor used. Either Internal temperature sensors or external temperature probes. The typical range for most dataloggers is from -200°C to 1350°C. However, specific models may have more limited or more extensive ranges.

How do I retrieve data from a temperature data logger?

Temperature data loggers can connect to devices via USB, Bluetooth, or Wi-Fi, depending on the model. The manufacturer provides software or apps for computers, mobile devices, and tablets. This software allows you to download, visualize, and export the recorded temperature data for detailed analysis.

Can I recalibrate my temperature data logger myself?

You can recalibrate some temperature data loggers yourself using the manufacturer’s guidelines, a reference thermometer, and the appropriate software. However, if you lack the necessary equipment or software, ECEFast offers professional calibration services in our calibration laboratory. Calibration is crucial for compliance in certain industries, ensuring accuracy and meeting certification requirements.

For more information, explore our NATA-accredited calibration services.

How often should I calibrate my temperature data logger?

The frequency of calibrating your temperature data logger depends on several factors, including the manufacturer’s recommendations, the environment in which it is used, and industry requirements. Here are some general guidelines:

  1. Manufacturer’s Recommendations: Follow the calibration interval suggested by the manufacturer, which is often annually.
  2.  Industry Standards: Certain industries, such as pharmaceuticals, food processing, and healthcare, may require more frequent calibrations to comply with regulatory standards. For instance, the FDA and ISO standards often require periodic calibration to ensure accuracy and compliance.
  3. Usage Conditions: If the data logger is used in harsh environments or experiences frequent temperature cycling, more frequent calibration may be necessary.
  4. Accuracy Requirements: High-precision applications might require more frequent calibration to maintain accuracy.

At ECEFast, we recommend regular calibration to ensure accuracy and compliance with industry standards. Our calibration laboratory offers professional services if you do not have the necessary equipment and software.

Can your data loggers measure other parameters besides temperature?

Yes, many data loggers can measure various parameters besides temperature. ECEFast offers data loggers that can record a range of environmental and process parameters, including:

  1. Humidity: Measuring relative humidity levels.
  2. Pressure: Recording atmospheric or process pressure.
  3. CO2 Levels: Monitoring carbon dioxide concentration.
  4. Light: Measuring light intensity or lux levels.
  5. Airflow: Recording air velocity or flow rate.
  6. Voltage and Current: Monitoring electrical parameters in industrial applications.
  7. pH: Measuring acidity or alkalinity of solutions.
  8. Shock and Vibration: Recording mechanical shock and vibration levels.

These capabilities make data loggers versatile tools for various applications, from environmental monitoring to industrial process control.

Our specialist engineers will help you define your exact requirements and get you exactly the right sensor for the job.


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