Temperature data logger S-Micro
laboratoryfor pharmaceutical productssterilization

temperature data logger
temperature data logger
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Data type
laboratory, for pharmaceutical products, sterilization
Other characteristics
USB, with probe


Temperature data logger up to 220°C with probe of various lenghts Temperature data logger from 0°C to 220°C (standard calibration from 25°C to 140°C, calibrable from 0°C to 220°C, only the probe above 140°C) with different lengths external probe (probes cannot be switched) on a 5 mm base (base height is not counted for probe length), managed with Windows software and USB interface: DiskInterface HS Mini (for P-Micro and S-Micro only, not for L and XL versions), DiskInterface HS and Multibay. With every S-Micro a battery kit for battery replacement is included. Battery is user replaceable and the data logger is provided with an Accredia (NIST equivalent) traceable cetificate on 6 points. It is supported by the TS Manager software for validation compatible with the FDA 21 CFR Part 11 and GAMP 5 regulations. Note: when device is calibrated above 140°C accuracy and resolution might be less than what declared. Main features Extremely reduced size: the smallest volume available for high temeprature loggers With different lengths (20, 50, 100, 150 mm and on demand) rigid probe for penetration Completely food grade and waterproof All software calculate lethality value (F0, PU, A0 ecc.) Low battery consumption for an extended battery life User replaceable battery (software shows battery status) Very easy to deploy in any type of package Accredia (NIST equivalent) traceable calibration certificate included Available extended calibration from 0°C to 220°C (order extra calibration points; in case of wide calibration range the accuracy might be worse) Heat protections available for use above 140°C


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