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Lascar EL-GFX-1 Temperature Data Logger with Graphic LCD Display

Temperature Data Logger with Graphic LCD Display

Lascar Data Recorder with Display Shows Current Readings and Recorded Temperatures in Graph Format

Part Number: EL-GFX-1

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  • Measure and Record Temperature Using Internal Sensor

  • Temperature Triggered, Immedate, Delayed or Push-Button Start Modes

  • Logs up to 256,000 Temperature Readings onto non-Volatile Internal Memory

  • LCD Display Shows Current Temperature Readings, Graph, Battery Level and Alarm Status

  • User-Programmable Visual LED and Audible Alarm Thresholds (Max and Min)

Includes USB Cover, Mounting Clip, Micro USB Cable and (2) 1/2 AA Lithium Batteries. PC Compatible Software Available as Free Download.

At Temperatures Below -5°C (23°F) the LCD will Exhibit Slower Response Times. The LCD will be Disabled at Temperatures under -20°C (-4°F) and above 70°C (158°F).


  • Answer:

    This logger is water resistant but not what we would consider waterproof.  Occasional exposure to moisture/rain for limited durations.

    This particular logger uses an internal sensor so it's designed to measure ambient air temperatures.  If you are measuring the surface temperature or internal temperature of concreate I would recommend using a logger with an external thermocouple sensor.  This would work better for surface or subsurface applications.

    Here is a link to a similar model that uses this type of sensor - https://www.microdaq.com/lascar-graphic-display-thermocouple-data-logger.php

    It has the same water resistance as this model.

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  • Answer:

    Lascar doesn't publish a spec for weight but I weighed one on our shipping scale and it was 1.7oz.

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  • Answer:

    Yes, you can choose what temperature scale the logger displays during the configuration process using the software. 

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