The NexSens micro-T temperature logger is a self-contained, self-powered, and field-rugged package that measures just over half an inch in diameter. It consists of a computer chip, temperature sensor, and battery enclosed in a 16-millimeter-thick stainless steel enclosure.
micro-Ts are a cost-effective solution for temperature profiling studies, such as lake stratification and other aquatic research projects. Additionally, their small size allows them to be securely hidden in many important monitoring areas.
The temperature logger uses its enclosure as an electronic communications interface. It can be connected to a computer by simply touching the logger to the USB reader. Each logger has a data contact, called the “lid,” and a ground contact, called the “base,” to allow for this connection.
micro-T software simplifies setup and data transfers. It includes a unique historical report creation tool that can generate customized output with data from all loggers in a single database. While creating a report, users can include specific information about the monitoring site, location, sensors, and project.
The micro-T’s non-volatile memory stores temperature measurements at sample intervals of one to 255 minutes, and a unique ID ensures data traceability. Its durable stainless steel package is resistant to dust and moisture, enabling the logger to withstand harsh environmental conditions.
A full line of accessories are available for mounting and deploying micro-Ts anywhere. Options include double-sided adhesive pads, keychain fobs, and underwater housings. Common applications include water temperature profiling, cargo transportation monitoring, ambient air monitoring, animal roosting behavior studies, new product research and development, and wide-area temperature networks.
To learn more about the micro-T Temperature Logger, call Fondriest Environmental at (888) 426.2151, email email@example.com, or visit http://www.fondriest.com/products/temperature_loggers.htm.