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Comet Lithium S0141

Quad Channel Temperature Data logger with LCD Display. USB, RS23

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Key Features
  • Up to four sensors with one unit
  • Large LCD display
  • Battery lasts up to 6 years
  • Traceable calibration certificate
  • Download data to PC and Excel spreadsheet
  • Sends SMS alerts with our specially designed modem

The S0141 Datalogger is designed for recording of temperature. This product can use up to 4 sensors (you can choose them from the Sensors and Accessories section), meaning that it can measure up to 4 fridges and freezers or other products.

With a large LCS display and internal battery lasting up to 6 years, the S0141 is used in monitoring chilled food, medicines and other perishable products in storage and during transportation.

How do I Configure my datalogger and download the data to my PC/Server?

You can use one of either RS232, USB, Ethernet or GSM kits from the Sensors and accessories section.

How do I get text alerts from my datalogger?

Use the GSM connection Kit from the Sensors and Accessories section.

How do I get Email Alerts with my Datalogger?

It is possible to get email alerts with our Calibrated Dataloggers by purchasing the Ethernet Communication cable from Sensors and Accessories tab.


Technical Details

Operating temperature range: -90 to +260°C
Accuracy of temperature measurement: ±0.2°C from -50 to +100°C
±0.2% from reading from +100 to +260°C
±0.4% from reading from -90 to -50°C
Resolution: 0.1°C
Real time clock: year, leap year, month, day, hour, minute, second
Logging interval: adjustable from 10s to 24h
LCD display and alarm state refresh: every 10 s
Total memory capacity: 32000 values in non-cyclic mode
Logging modes: non-cyclic – logging stops after filling the memory
cyclic – after filling memory oldest data is overwritten by new
Dimensions without connectors: 93x64x29mm
Power: Lithium battery 3.6V, size AA
Typical battery life: 6 years
Protection: IP67 - protected against influence of temporary immersion into water