Friday, April 12, 2024

Signatrol’s new nifty FDA-approved button-style data loggers

Signatrol, the data logging experts, has launched SL60 dLog, a new range of low cost, miniature button-style temperature or temperature and humidity data loggers, ideal for the food industry, to replace the company’s SL50 range.

The next generation SL60 data loggers work with Signatrol’s TempIT5 software and offer several improvements on the SL50 including more readings with a wider range of accuracy and resolution, increased battery life of up to three years and a cheaper price. The system also allows users to read data even if the battery is exhausted.

All SL60 products are self-contained and easy to use. As a result, they are suitable for food production, distribution, and storage. Both the SL62T (£149) and the SL63T (£180) are made with FDA-approved food safe material and are fully sealed to IP68 meaning they can be fully submersed without the need for protective enclosures. Communication to the data logger is provided by the latest NFC technology. The SL63T has an improved operating range of -40°C to +125°C making it ideal for food producers who wish to log the temperature of finished products during the freezing process post-cook.

‘A’ version of the SL60 range comes complete with a UKAS ISO 17025 traceable calibration certificate, while it is optional on other data loggers in the range.

Signatrol is offering the new SL60 in a starter kit including either two or five data loggers of your choice, TempIT5-Pro Microsoft Windows Application software, SL60-READER NFC reader and an individual three-point UKAS traceable calibration certificate at default points (A version only). For more information www.signatrol.com

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