4 Channel Temperature Recorder & Sensors

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$636.49
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SKU: LASREC045
Provided: Each
Range: -40°F ~ 257°F (-40°C ~ 125°C)
Panel Mount 7" Display with 4 x 1m Thermistor Probes
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Includes USB Cable for Communication and Power

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Notable Features

The LASREC045 is a panel-mountable, four-channel temperature data logger based on using new customized software PanelPilotACE program. The product includes a 7” panel mounted display module with captive touch screen, a four-channel thermistor temperature board and x4 compatible temperature probes. The user interface comprises an advanced logging application which shows real-time readings for all four temperature channels, live trend graphs and access to a suite of real-time data analysis information.  The logger can store up to 100,000 readings per channel at sample rates from 5 seconds  to 12 hours.
Type of Sensor: Thermistor
Temperature Sensing Range: -40°F ~ 257°F (-40°C ~ 125°C)
Temperature Accuracy: +/- 2°F (+/- 1°C) typical
Temperature Resolution: 0.01°
Temperature Scale: °F and °C
Sensor Wire Length: 3 ft
Dimensions: 7.3”x 4.3”x 0.8”
Calibration Available: Field Calibratable
Number of Sensors: 4
Exportable Data: Yes
Recording Rate: 15 seconds - 12 hours
Display: LCD
Software Type: Onboard
Network Connectivity: USB
Offset: Yes
  • LASREC045: 7” PanelPilotACE display with mounting kit
  • Four-channel thermistor add-on board
  • 4 x 1m thermistor probe with 3.5mm plug
  • Mini USB cable
  • Expert Technical Support
Software Device Utility Data download, device updates and programming of the module is completed using the free Device Utility software available from: https://www.tiptemp.com/Software/. Data is downloaded in comma separated variable format which can be imported into spreadsheet packages for graphing and further analysis. Retrieving Logged Data The LASREC045 is configured as a USB slave. To retrieve logged data, connect a PC or laptop to the USB connector on the rear of the unit and use the Device Utility software to select and extract logs as .txt files.

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