EL-GFX-DTP - Lascar Electronics

EL-GFX-DTP - Lascar Electronics
EL-GFX-DTP
Dual Channel Temperature Probe
Data Logger with Graphic Screen
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-40 to +125°C (-40 to +257°F) measurement range
Stores over 250,000 readings
Logging rates between 2 seconds and 1 hour
On screen menu and graphing to start, stop, review and restart the logger in the field
Triggered logging mode to start recording data once a user defined level is met
High contrast, greyscale, backlit, graphic LCD screen to denote status and alarm levels
User-programmable audible alarm thresholds with highly visible confidence/alarm LEDs
EasyLog software available as a free download
This standalone data logger measures and stores over 250,000 temperature readings over a -40 to +125°C (-40 to +257°F) range at
a resolution of 0.1°C (0.2°F).
The user can easily set up the logger and view downloaded data by plugging the data logger into a PC’s USB port and using the
available free downloadable EasyLog software. Data can then be graphed, printed and exported to other applications.
The data logger features a high contrast dot-matrix LCD and three buttons to navigate through an on-screen menu. This menu
provides the user with access to real-time trend analysis, data summaries and the ability to start, stop and restart the data logger
without the need to connect the data logger to the host-PC. Users can reset the maximum / minimum reading using the on-screen
menu. This introduces an ‘event marker’ into the data which can later be viewed in the graphing software (‘Mark Events’ option)
and the data file after download.
The data logger is supplied complete with two lithium metal batteries, which can typically allow logging for up to 4 months.
SPECIFICATIONS
Type 2 Probe
(Suppiled)
ACCESSORIES
Measurement Range
-40 to 125°C (-40 to 257°F)
Accuracy (-10 to 70°C / 14 to 158°F)
±0.6°C (±1.1°F)
Accuracy (-40 to 125°C / -40 to 257°F)
±1°C (±1.8°F)
Accuracy (Logger error)
±0.1°C (±0.2°F)
Internal Resolution
0.1°C (0.1°F)
Logging Rate
Every 2 seconds to 1 hour
Operating temperature Range
-10 to 40°C (14 to 104°F)
2X 1/2 AA 3.6V Lithium Battery Life
4 months
Dimensions
101 x 48.5 x 30.5mm
(3.97 x 1.90 x 1.20”)
BAT 3V6 1/2AA
Replacement battery
(2 required)
EL-PROBEA - 3.0M-TP+
High accuracy
thermistor probe
EL-PROBEA - 3.0M-TP-GLY
High accuracy
thermistor probe
Glycol pot
INCLUDED IN THE BOX
x2 BAT 3V6 1/2AA
Battery
CABLE USB A-MICRO B
USB cable
EL-GFX WALL BRACKET
Magnetic mounting
bracket
x2 EL-PROBE2-1.0M-TP Standard Thermistor
probe
CALIBRATION CERTIFICATES NOW AVAILABLE
Lascar now offers a Traceable Calibration Certificate Service on Temperature Data Loggers. Using reference equipment
which has been calibrated by a UKAS/NIST accredited laboratory and using apparatus traceable to national or
international standards. For more information, please see www.lascarelectronics.com.
EL-GFX-DTP
Dual Channel Temperature Probe
Data Logger with Graphic Screen
EL-WIN-USB
Lascar’s EasyLog control software is available as a free download from www.easylogusb.com. Easy to install and use, the control
software is compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7, 8 and 10. The software is used to set up the logger, download,
graph and annotate data or export in Excel, PDF and jpeg formats.
The software allows the following parameters to be configured:
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Logger name
Type of thermistor probe (Type 2 or A)
Measurement parameter (°C or °F)
Logging rate (user selectable between 2 seconds and 1 hour)
Display off, on for 30 seconds after button press, or permanently on
High and low alarms
Disable or enable LEDs and sounder with delayed activation
Immediate, delayed, triggered and push-to-start logging
Download the latest version of the software free of charge from www.easylogusb.com
MENU BUTTON FUNCTIONS AND LED SCREEN INDICATION
START LOGGER
▪ Loggers can be started immediately
on a button press, delayed to a
specific time or delayed to specific
temperature reading
ON-SCREEN ICONS
DISPLAY DATA
▪ Data can be displayed on screen in
tabular or graphical format
▪ You can switch between these views by
pressing the
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buttons at
the bottom-left of your screen
STOP/START LOGGING
& MUTE ALARM
▪ By pressing the
▪ When the EasyLog cube is
shown in the top-left corner
your logger is logging
▪ High/Low Alarm indicators
▪ This icon indicates that your
are displayed at the top of
your screen
battery is low and will need
to be replaced soon
SUMMARY DATA
▪ Summary screen displays max/min
log and last log. Reset function clears
summary if required
▪ These screens can be reached by
pressing the
button
LOGGER SETTINGS
▪ To view a summary of the logger’s
settings press the
click ‘Logger Settings’
button, then
button, you can
stop your logger, or view logger settings.
If you have already stopped logging, this
option will change to ‘Start Logging’.
The audible alarm can be muted from
this menu if enabled
LOCKED MODE
▪ When in locked mode - an option
during PC set-up - the logger can only
be stopped and re-started using a PC
loaded with the unit’s configuration
software
POP-UP MESSAGES
▪ A message will overlay the screen - if
there is an issue - the next time a
button is pressed, e.g. if the logger is
running low on memory
Please note that screens may vary slightly depending on model.
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EL-GFX-DTP
Dual Channel Temperature Probe
Data Logger with Graphic Screen
SENSOR INFORMATION
BATTERY INFORMATION
Replacement
We recommend that you replace the battery every year, or prior to logging critical data. Only use 3.6V ½AA lithium batteries. The
data logger does not lose its stored readings when the battery is discharged or replaced; however, the data logging process will
stop and will not resume until the battery is replaced and the logger restarted by EL-WIN-USB.
Before replacing the battery, remove the data logger from the PC. Please note that leaving the data logger plugged into the USB
port for extended periods will cause some of the battery capacity to be lost.
Passivation
If left unused for extended periods of time, lithium batteries including those used in the EasyLog range of data loggers naturally form
a non-conductive internal layer, preventing them from self-discharge and effectively increasing their shelf life. When first installed
in the data logger, this may cause a momentary drop in the battery voltage (the Transient Minimum Voltage) as the internal layer
is broken down, resulting in the data logger resetting. Inserting the batteries in the data logger and leaving it connected to a PC for
about 30 seconds will remove this layer. After this, remove and re-install the batteries to reset the data logger. Overall battery life
will not be affected.
WARNING
Handle lithium batteries carefully, observe warnings on battery casing. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations.
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