Series DLP Pressure/Temperature Data Logger

Brand: Dwyer Instruments, LLC

The Series DLP Data Logger can record pressure and temperature.

The 1/4˝ NPT fitting comes standard and allows the logger to be adapted to almost any pressure fitting. The internal temperature sensor provides accurate temperature measurements without the need of a separate temperature recorder, and many of the models provide a choice between measuring pressure in psia or psig.

The DLP can easily be started and stopped from a PC or delayed to start up to six months in advance. The batterypowered data logger can store over 16,000 measurements per channel, and the easy to use DL700 software makes retrieving data simple.
Features
  • Efficient data capture tool to review processes are running correctly or to analyze alarm and out-of-spec conditions
  • Battery-powered reduces need to hard wire power allowing device to be used in a as a tool in a variety of in-and-out testing
  • PC start and stopping allows centralized control of data collection

Specifications

Accuracy

  • ± 0.5° C (± 1° F) - Temperature
  • 0.25 % at 25° C (77° F) Typical
  • 2 % of Full Scale - Pressure

Approvals & Certifications

  • CE

Battery Life

  • 1-Year

Communication

  • USB - Interface

Configuration

  • Software Only

Display

  • Sampling Method - Stop on Memory Full or Continuous Recording & Selectable from 2 seconds to 12 hours

Materials of Construction

  • 303 Stainless Steel

NPT Connection

  • 1/4” NPT Male

Power Requirement

  • 3.6 V TL2150 Lithium Metal Battery

Pressure Range

  • psig: 0 to 5,000 (kPa: 0 to 34,470, bar: 0 to 345)

Resolution

  • 0.1° C - Temperature
  • psi: 0.002 to 0.2 (kPa: 0.014 to 1.3, Mbar: 0.14 to 13.8) - Pressure

System Requirements

  • Windows® 98, Windows® 2000, Windows® ME, Windows® NT, Windows® XP, & Windows® Vista Operating System with 16 MB RAM

Temperature Range

  • -40° to 80° C (-40° to 176° F)

  • Building Automation
  • Clean Room
  • Operating Rooms
  • Process Applications
  • Labs
  • Regulated Environment
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