|Sensor Measurement Range||-40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)|
|Operating Temperature Range||-40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F).|
|Storage Temperature Range||-30°C to +55°C (-22°F to +131°F).|
|Rated Temperature Reading Accuracy||Better than ±0.5°C for -20°C to +40°C. |
Better than ±0.7°C for -30°C to -20°C and +40°C to +60°C.
Better than ±0.8°C for +60°C to +85°C.
Better than ±0.9°C for -40°C to -30°C.
Actual performance is typically much better than the rated values. Please see the Rated Absolute Accuracy chart below.
Accuracy figures can be improved by recalibration.
|Rated Temperature Reading Resolution||Less than 0.1°C for -40°C to +40°C. |
Less than 0.2°C for +40°C to +80°C.
Less than 0.4°C for +80°C to +85°C.
Please see the Rated Native Resolution chart below.
LogTag Analyzer® currently displays to one decimal place of °C or °F. The native resolution is what is stored in the LogTag®.
The LogTag® TRIX-8 is a versatile, wide range, multi-trip Temperature Logger, featuring high resolution temperature readings over a measurement range of -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F). Enclosed in a robust and durable polycarbonate case, the TRIX-8 features a real time clock, which provides date/time stamps for each temperature reading.
Using the LogTag® Interface and the freely available companion software LogTag Analyzer, the LogTag® is easily set-up for recording conditions including delayed start, sampling interval, number of readings, continuous or fixed number of readings and configuration of conditions to activate the ALERT indicator. Readings are downloaded using LogTag® Analyzer, which provides facilities for charting, zooming, listing data statistics and allows exporting the data to other applications such as Excel.
The LogTag® TRIX-8 complies with the relevant international standards for temperature monitoring devices, such as FCC, CE, C-TICK, TÜV, EN12830, WHO PQS and RoHS. This not only demonstrates the quality of the LogTag® TRIX-8, but underlines its suitability for temperature monitoring applications where accuracy and consistency is required.