WIFI Logger with External Probe in Glycol Bottle-Includes Cal

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SKU EL-WiFi-VAC
The EL-WiFi-VAC sensor measures the temperature of the environment in which it is situated. This high accuracy version is accurate to +-0.1C. Data is streamed wirelessly over any WiFi network and can be viewed on a PC using our free software package or on the EasyLog Cloud service. During configuration, the sensor will search for an existing wireless network whilst physically connected to the PC. It can then be placed anywhere within range of the network. 

The EL-WiFi-VAC is a low powered battery device. When configured using typical transmission periods (e.g. once every 5 minutes) the sensor will operate for over one year (at room temperature). The battery can then be recharged via a PC or USB +5V wall adapter using the USB lead provided or can be permanently powered by the USB wall adapter. 

Features: 

- Glycol filled bottle with thermistor probe on 3.0m cable 
- Continuous temperature measurement with logging rates between 10 secs and 12 hrs 
- USB interface for set-up and data download 
- Probe measurement range of -40 to +100C (-40 to +212F) 
- Accuracy of +-0.1C (-10 to 70C), +-0.3C (full range) 
- Includes Calibration Certificate 

Specifications: 

- Temperature measurement range: -40 (-40) to +100 (+212) C (F) 
- Temperature measurement resolution: 0.01 C 
- Temperature display resolution: 0.01 C 
- Temperature accuracy: +-0.1 (-10 to +70C) to +-0.3 (-40 to +125C) 
- USB supply voltage: 4.5 to 5.5 Vd.c. 
- Operating temperature range (sensor only): -20 (-4) to +60 (+140) C (F) 
- Logging period (user configurable): 10 sec/10 min/12 hrs  
- Transmission period (user configurable): 1 min/1 hr/24 hrs 

 Software: 

- Initial configuration of the data logger is done with Lascar's EL-WIN-WiFi software running on  Windows. Download the latest version of the control software or read more about connecting your WiFi device to the Cloud from the link below. 
  
EasyLog WiFi Software 

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