This type of data logger is specially designed not only to measure high temperatures but also to withstand them. It can be used during processes such as curing paint.
It has a temperature range of -50 °C to as high as +1200 °C and is accurate to ± 0.5 °C/0.9 °C (static) and ± 1 °C / 1.8 °C (dynamic). For measuring low temperatures in a tunnel freezer or high temperatures in a kiln.
Temperature data loggers are widely used in a range of industries, from foodstuffs to car paint. Where regular data loggers may be incapable of handling high temperatures, this type of data logger can.
Monitor the oven temperatures throughout the bread-baking process and guarantee the quality of your product. Using the data logger lets you measure and register temperature and draw conclusions from the measurement values you collect. Check the temperature so that your bread is never burned or underbaked, preventing spoilage and unnecessary production costs.
Accurately monitor the process of curing paint in your oven so you meet the specific curing requirements of the coating. Ensure compliance with standards and certification and guarantee the quality of your product.
Advantages of a data logger
Whatever the industry you work in or whatever the application, when it comes to measuring temperatures, we have the right temperature data logger for you. Contact one of our specialists and we will help you find the best data logger.