TR-5 data loggers S-version

TandD has released the S-version of its TR-5 data loggers, which are portable, waterproof and battery operated.

With a Temperature Range of -60° C to +150° C they can measure and record temperature in normal outdoor conditions as well as harsher frozen environments, frozen storage and high humidity situations.


The data loggers have large LCD displays, 'Out of Range' alarm function and can log up to 16,000 readings from 1/second to 1/hour. They have a battery life of up to four years.


The 'S' Family includes the TR-50U High Speed USB Connected Communications Cradle for downloading recorded data from the loggers and for device configuration and set-up. Multiple External Sensors are available as options for the TR-52S.


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