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You will find a choice of loggers covering temperatures from -90°C to 140°C. Beyond these limits, a thermal shield is necessary to measure temperatures up to +1300°C.
Sensors are Pt100, Pt1000 or thermocouples for high temperature data loggers. The probes have various forms and dimensions. Sensors can be internal to the logger, placed at the end of a rigid probe 10 to 100 mm long, or at the end of a flexible or semi-rigid probe, up to 1m long.
Depending on the models, you can chose loggers with 1 to 30 measurement channels.
Concerned families of products are: MiniVACQ, PicoVACQ, NanoVACQ, NanoVACQ Flat, NanoVACQ xFlat, VACQ Autoclave, VACQ xFlat, VACQ III.
Temperature measurement up to +1820°C in your thermal processes with a configurable thermocouple channel data logger.
High technologies in the smallest volume you can imagine. Measure temperature during your thermal validation processes, even in the smallest packagings.
Temperature measurement up to +1300°C in your thermal processes, with a small and rugged thermocouple data logger.
Temperature data logger for any thermal validation process from -40°C to +100°C, like transportation, storage or washing-disinfection.
Temperature monitoring and thermal validation inside cans, trays, containers, autoclaves, pasteurizators, ovens, dryers, freeze-dryers... From -90°C to +140°C.
Temperature control inside cans, pouches, trays, containers, autoclaves, pasteurizators, ovens, dryers... or any flat materials like wood, plaster boards...
Measure temperature in your thermal processes up to 1300°C with a small thermocouple logger.
The temperature data logger VACQ xFlat measures temperature in various points, for the control of thermal treatments in pharmacy, food, metallurgy, ceramics, tiles industries...
Ultra flat datalogger to measure temperature in 3 points in processes where clearance dimensions are an issue.