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LogMaster Temp/Humidity Logger (RHTemp101A)

SKU: RHTemp101A
$199.00

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LogMaster Temp/Humidity Logger (RHTemp101A)

Connection Kit required, model IFC200 ($119). See Accessories below to add it to your order.


  • Small size
  • Simple operation
  • LED alarm light
  • Perfect for HACCP programs
  • Temperature and Humidity readings
  • Includes 2-point Accredited Calibration Certificate

To ensure the quality of perishable goods, temperature and humidity monitoring has become essential in applications such as transportation and storage, horticulture, and heating and ventilation. With LogMaster's humidity and temperature recorders, safeguarding against dangerous environments is made simple.

With built-in alarm LEDs you'll know before you download that there has been a danger condition. Set the logging interval and the start time from the PC software and it's that easy. There are no cables, cradles, or dongles to keep track of.

Specifications
SensorPrecision RTD Element
Resolution0.01°C (0.018°F)
Accuracy±0.5°C (±0.9°F); ±3.0%RH (±2%RH typical at 25°C/77°F)
Range-40°C to +80°C (-40°F to +176°F); 0 to 95%RH
Channels1 External
Memory500,000 readings
Sample Rate1 reading every second to 1 reading every 24 hours
Battery Life10 years typical at a 15 minute reading rate
Dimensions1.4" x 2.2" x 0.6" (36mm x 56mm x 16mm)
Environmental Range-40°C to +80°C(-40°F to +176°F), 0%RH to 95%RH non-condensing
InterfaceU S B (interface cable required); 115,200 baud
Calibration CertificateIncludes 2-point Accredited Calibration Certificate

Click here to download the free software.


ThermoWorks LogMaster Software

  • Single software suite for all LogMaster loggers
  • Records cool-down temperatures
  • Advanced calibration adjustment tool
  • Cooling flags
  • Annotations 

For use with and wired or wireless LogMaster data loggers. Fast USB downloading. Overlay multiple logs for mapping applications. Export to Excel or use the included software tools for further data exploration.