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Lascar Electronics adds EL-WiFi-T sensor

March 28, 2013
Lascar Electronics has released the newest addition to its temperature wireless data logging line, the EL-WiFi-T.

Lascar Electronics has released the newest addition to its temperature wireless data logging line, the EL-WiFi-T.

This new sensor measures ambient temperature of the environment where it is situated. Data is transmitted wirelessly via a WiFi network to a host PC and viewed on screen showing the logger’s current status, a graph of all logs since the session was started, or any alarm reached during the logging session. Multiple units can be set up on the same WiFi network, including other temperature and temperature/humidity variants of Lascar’s WiFi range, viewable at the same time on screen.

Initial programming of the device is simple. Connect the unit to the PC just once and choose its settings. Choices include selecting a preferable WiFi network, naming the device, choosing degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius, deciding sample rates, setting high and low alarms, and choosing the transmit rate of data back to the PC. Once programmed, it can then be placed anywhere within range of the WiFi network.

WiFi signal strength is shown on the sensor display and can assist in the optimal placement of units. If the WiFi network is lost at any time in the logging session or the sensor temporarily loses connectivity within the network, it will store readings on-board until it can communicate again with the PC application. The unit can store up to half a million readings internally.

EL-WiFi-T is available for purchase from Lascar with significant discounts for higher-volume orders.

For further information, visit www.lascarelectronics.com.

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