- Temperature data logging sensor with thermister probe
- WiFi capability and integrated display
- Wireless connectivity to PC via WiFi
- Measurement range -40 to +125°C (-40 to +257°F)
- Easy sensor set-up using free PC software
- View and analyze multiple sensors using the PC application, including immediate graphing of historic data
- 02.11b compliant
- Sensor memory stores all data even if WiFi is temporarily disconnected
- Configurable high and low alarms with indicator
- Main unit IP55, probe IP67
- Max & Min readings
- WiFi connection indicator
- USB port used for recharging
- Supplied with removable thermister probe, micro USB lead & wall bracket
- Rechargeable internal lithium polymer battery
- Detect alarm triggers from sensor with EL-WiFi-ALERT
The Lascar EL-WIFI-TP WIFI Temperature Probe Data Logging Sensor measures the temperature of the environment in which the probe is situated. Data is transmitted wirelessly via a WiFi network to a PC and viewed using a free software package. During configuration the sensor will search for an existing wireless network whilst physically connected to the PC. It can then be placed anywhere within range of the network. If the sensor temporarily loses connectivity with the network, it will log readings until it is able to communicate again with the PC application (max 120 days at 10 second sample interval). The range of the Lascar EL-WIFI-TP WIFI Temperature Probe Data Logging Sensor can be increased by using WiFi extenders.
The probe can be used in a wide range of temperature situations e.g. manufacturing processes, cold storage and hot storage. This Lascar EL-WIFI-TP WIFI Temperature Probe Data Logging Sensor is a low powered battery device. When configured using typical sampling periods (e.g. once every 60 seconds) the sensor will operate for over one year. The battery can then be recharged via a PC or USB +5V wall adapter using the USB lead provided.
The software installed on the PC will allow set-up, data logging and data review. Set-up features will include sensor name, °C/°F, sample rate, and high/low alarms. Once configured, historic data can be viewed via the graphing tool or exported to Excel.