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With an on-board dot-matrix display, the EL-GFX-TC data logger provides users with more real-time information than any comparable data logger range on the market. Capable of measuring and storing up to 252,000 temperature readings, the information is resolved to the nearest 0.1 digit, processing data from a single J, K or T-type thermocouple input.

Featuring a high-contrast graphic LCD screen, the unit provides real-time analysis of readings either as a data summary (showing highest and lowest readings and alarm conditions) or as a trend graph that updates as new data is added.

The EL-GFX-TC features three buttons to navigate through an on-screen menu. This menu provides the user with access to the real-time data in trend or summary format as well as allowing them to stop and restart the data logger without re-connecting to the host-PC. Multiple data logging sessions can be stored on the device ready for upload at a later date.

Powered by two user replaceable ½ AA batteries, the data logger can be used independently or plugged directly into a wall socket using a USB AC power supply. The unit is supplied with a magnetic clip allowing wall or refrigeration mounting.

The EL-GFX-TC data logger is supplied with a K-Type thermocouple.  Fitted with a standard mini-thermocouple connector on the base of the data logger, users can choose however to use either J or T-type thermocouples instead if they wish.  The accompanying configuration software, EL-WIN-USB is free to download at www.easylogusb.com providing the means of setting up, downloading and viewing data from the EL-GFX data loggers and allows the user to name the unit, select degrees C or degrees F measurement, set high and low alarms and determine logger start time. The EL-GFX-TC is available immediately from Lascar Electronics at a cost of $155 with significant discounts for higher volume orders.

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