Data logger is the ultimate in portability

Airflow Developments, data logger, monitor, temperature, humidity, dewpoint, relative humidity

Airflow Developments’ Log32 TH data logger has the form of a USB memory stick. It is battery powered and can monitor and record indoor temperature, humidity and dewpoint. It can sample the air every 2 s and is equipped with LED indicators and a buzzer alarm to give an alert of any atmospheric changes. Analytical software is included.

Applications include environments that depend on a stable and measurable climate — such as laboratories, agricultural and Grade 1 listed buildings.

The instrument can be adjusted to measure air temperature or humidity from 50 to 16 000 individual logs at intervals from 2 s to 24 h in pre-set steps. If the humidity or temperature exceeds pre-selected values, a red LED flashes and a buzzer sounds.

A lithium battery enables this device to store up to 32 000 values.

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