TrackSense Pro XL Wireless Data Logger - Temperature Thermocouple Sensor
Ellab’s unique Temperature Thermocouple Sensor (TC Sensor) now allows users worldwide to use thermocouples in conjunction with wireless data loggers. The Temperature Thermocouple Sensor is especially designed for applications that cause a lot of strain on sensors and require as little impact on samples as possible. A good example of said applications would be Lyophilization, also known as Freeze-drying.
Key Features and Benefits
✓ One logger - multiple sensor options
✓ 21 CFR Part 11 Compliant
✓ Real time data with the SKY module
✓ User-friendly validation software
✓ Usable with the E-Val Pro thermocouple system
✓ Can be steam sterilized
✓ Replaceable thermocouple wires
✓ Increased temperature range when using various type T thermocouples
The thin thermocouple wire is equipped with a “naked tip” that takes up next to no room within a sample and provides users with a faster response time. The sensor itself has a temperature range of -80 to +62°C (calibrated from -60 to +60°C) with a state of the art accuracy of ±0.3°C. In addition to this, the wire comes in 10, 30, 50 and 100 cm lengths (30 cm standard), offering an additional layer of versatility.
Increased Temperature Range
When keeping the data logger at ambient temperature, it is also possible to insert a wired sensor into other applications that require a wider temperature range. By using standard type T thermocouple sensors in various materials and lengths, the highly versatile Temperature Thermocouple Sensor can cover a temperature range of -200 and +400 °C.
Replace Thermocouple Sensors with Ease
The feature that makes this sensor highly unique, is the ability to have the thermocouple wire replaced via a screw terminal after a prolonged series of use. Typically, if wires get strained through rough handling or immensely demanding applications, the entire sensor head would have to be replaced – now with the Temperature Thermocouple Sensor, bundles of thermocouple wires can easily be acquired through Ellab and replace the single damaged wire, resulting in a far more cost-efficient process.