Guide to WIFI Connected Data Loggers
Connected data loggers are electronic devices that record temperature over a period of time for later analysis. The user chooses the required information and the data logger records it.
Data loggers incorporate a sensor that measures temperature, and the microprocessor chip then stores the data. The stored data is transferred remotely to a computer, via the Internet for further analysis at a time convenient to the user.
All of our recorders have been designed for ease of use and reliability. WiFi loggers have many uses, for example to ensure compliance with legislation, to help reduce costs, to ensure the quality of a product, process or for research purposes in the following industries:
- museums and archives
The EU Food Industry Directive suggests that organizations involved in the preparation, storage or transport of food should have the ability to check that the temperature of food has been maintained at the correct levels.
Data loggers offer organizations a method to comply with food industry legislation by providing traceability from the time food is received to the time it is delivered to the customer.
For shippers, data loggers can verify that conditions in transport vehicles have been maintained within specified levels.
For fresh produce producers, data loggers provide accurate recording of temperatures throughout the life cycle of a product, from farm to fork, i.e. during growth, preparation and transport of products, thus guaranteeing the best quality.
ThermaData WiFi loggers use the latest WiFi connected technology. WiFi loggers are a temperature monitoring system that remotely records the temperature of devices and buildings.
Each logger transmits recorded data to an internet-connected WiFi router that can be accessed and viewed remotely from a PC, laptop or tablet anywhere in the world.
Each recorder is supplied with its certificate to guarantee the user the correct temperature measurement.
Number of sensors
|1 internal|| 1 internal + 1 fixed external
| 2 removable external channels
(K/T type thermocouple)
2 fixed external channels
|Internal: 0 to 50°C|| Internal: 0 to 50°C
External: -40°C to 125°C
| Type k: -100 to 1372°C
Type T: -100 to 400°C
|External: -40°C to 125°C|| Internal: 0 to 50°C
Humidity: 0 to 100% RH
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