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    HOBO Stainless Temperature (1,500m) Data Logger U12-015

    €375,- 1 In stock: Ordered on working days before 17:00, shipped the same day.
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    Product description

    The HOBO U12 Stainless Temperature Data Logger is ideal for food, pharmaceutical, autoclave, and other applications where high-accuracy temperature data is critical. With its broad temperature range (-40 to 125C) and food-grade stainless steel housing, the U12 Stainless Temperature Data Logger withstands process conditions from pasteurization to flash freezing and washdown. The U12 Stainless is also ideal for high-temperature or deep underwater applications.

    • Food-grade 316 Series Stainless Steel
    • High-accuracy, extended temperature range
    • Suitable for high pressure applications to 2200psi
    • Fast readout via direct USB interface
    • Compatible with HOBOware and HOBOware Pro for logger setup, graphing and analysis

    Environment:
    The U12-015 Data Logger is for use in indoor , outdoor and underwater environments

    Measurements:
    The U12-015 Data Logger supports the following measurements: temperature

    Important: This HOBO data logger requires HOBOware software and a communications device. See compatible items below.

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    U12-015

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    1 In stock: Ordered on working days before 17:00, shipped the same day.
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