Temperature sensor Smart
calibrationfor the pharmaceutical industrylaboratory

temperature sensor
temperature sensor
temperature sensor
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temperature, calibration
for the pharmaceutical industry, laboratory
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Temperature sensor for Lora Wan radio system Smart Sensorensor with internal sensor, with connection cable to the DeepWave Lo.Ra. of 50 cm length. The idea of ​​a Smart Sensor is based on the fact that by containing the calibration data inside, the recalibration takes place quickly and easily by replacing the sensor only without having to request the intervention of a technician for calibration or having to disassemble the sensors from the plant to send them to a special laboratory. Main features Digital internal calibrated sensor Using the extensions it is possible to extended the cable length Possibility to switch sensors and radio devices with no calibration loss Plus Easy recalibration: no need to uninstall the whole device for recalibration (sensor and unit), just disconnect the uncalibrated sensor and connect the calibrated one Time saving: you never loose a single minute of monitoring, since you receive the new calibrated sensor BEFORE unplugging the old one (that will be sent back to us) Easy to use: no configuration needed. The system recognizes automatically the sensors connected The system Smart Sensors work with the DeepWave system and Lo.Ra radio nodes. DeepWave LoRa nodes TSLog 21 software, 21 CFR Part 11 and Annex 11 compliant Receiver Helios Dimensions - 43 X 22 X 11 (mm) Probe dimensions - 500 l X 3 Ø (mm) Temperature range - -20 °C ÷ +50 °C Standard calibration points (temperature) - -10/0/20/40°C Extra calibration points (temperature) - Within the range -20 °C ÷ +50 °C Temperature resolution - 0,01 °C Temperature accuracy - ± 0,2 °C (within the calibration range)
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