SUMMIT ACCUCOLD introduces an exclusive data logger designed to record refrigerator or freezer temperatures to any USB flash drive for display and analysis on a PC or Mac.
Using NIST traceable probes, each ACCUCOLD Temperature Logger measures and saves the temperature reading in 15 minute intervals. When you're ready to read the results, simply plug the flash drive into your computer and transfer the data using Microsoft Excel or any CSV compatible program. Graph, chart, and print the data in whatever format your needs require.
Each data logger includes a 64 MB flash drive capable of storing over 2.5 million temperature readings--that's over 80 years' worth of data, effectively unlimited storage.
With a user-friendly interface, the ACCUCOLD Temperature Logger offers reliable temperature recordings for hospitals, medical clinics, laboratories, commercial foodservice establishments, and any facility in need of accurate, time-saving data logging.
Other Energy Info:
6V Power Supply
NIST traceable probe
- Accurate within 1° C (1.5° C when installed on low temperature freezers operating between -30 and -25° C)
Stores data to USB flash drive
- 64 MB flash drive included for easy plug-in and output on any computer
Long term data storage
- USB can hold over 2.5 million temperature readings for over 80 years of data storage
- Simply plug the flash drive into a PC or Mac and graph or chart in Microsoft Excel or .CSV compatible program
- Sized to fit on undercounter models with no depth protrusion
Power loss event logging
- Records event of power loss, allowing you to determine amount of time power was out
Programmable time and date
- Easy to set before using the device
Automatic temperature recording
- Records interior temperature every 15 minutes
Compatible on any Summit model
- Can be installed on refrigerators and freezers, including chest, front-opening, drawer, compact, reach-in, and built-in undercounter units
- LED blinks when in operation and goes into steady mode to alert that the USB drive is full
- Simulates vaccine temperature for higher accuracy