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Temperature/Humidity Data Logger With Triple-Speed USB-Enabled Data Downloading Unveiled [Press Release]

Temperature/Humidity Data Logger With Triple-Speed USB-Enabled Data Downloading Unveiled

Dickson Company, manufacturers of the widest selection of temperature, humidity and pressure recorders and data loggers available in the world, now announces data loggers with built-in USB ports for triple-speed data downloading—DICKSON PRO SERIES TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY DATA LOGGERS.

The easy-to-use Dickson Pro Series Data Loggers also feature LED alarms, 1-second sampling rates, and accuracy up to +/-0.5oC making them the data loggers of choice for the most critical applications. Like earlier generations of the Dickson Pro Series Data Loggers, the new models (TP125, SP125, and SP175) are in a rugged compact design. All of the new and improved features in the Dickson Pro Series Data Loggers are available at no added cost. Users can opt between 3 models to match the needs of their application.

 

TP125 Data Logger is a compact two-channel, low cost data logger equipped with internal sensors for reading air temperature and humidity with a rugged design and user-replaceable battery that makes it possible to place just about anywhere. SP125 Data Logger is similarly rugged and suited for placement anywhere, and is a low-cost single channel option. SP175 Data Logger is a two-channel, low cost data logger equipped with an internal sensor for reading air temperatures as well as an external K-Thermocouple sensor for reading temperatures in extreme environments or hard to reach places.

 

USA-headquartered Dickson Company was established in 1923 with the invention of the world’s first portable compact temperature recorder, and today offers the widest selection of temperature, humidity and pressure recorders and data loggers available in the world. Dickson products are used by thousands worldwide for a wide range of applications, including manufacturing, process control, medical research, archive preservation, and industrial quality control, among others.