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LogTag TRIX-8 Temperature Data Logger and Recorder



LogTag TRIX-8 Temperature Data Recorder

Part Number: TRIX-8

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This multi-trip LogTag temperature recorder can accurately measure over a high range (-40 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit). It provides high-resolution readings and is highly versatile. It's housed in an extremely durable polycarbonate case and has a real-time clock for temperature readings with date/time stamps. Features include up to 3 years of battery life, customizable alarms and a lightning-fast download time.



  • -40°C to 85°C Temperature Measurement Range with ±0.5°C Accuracy

  • 2 to 3 Year Battery Life @ 25 Minute Sampling Interval

  • Customizable Alarm Settings and LED Indicators

  • Designed with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 Digital Signatures


Requires USB Docking Station (LTI-HID). Software Available as a Free Download

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    Yes, this and most other loggers we offer can be set up so that the data can be read out in either temperature scale (Celsius or Fahrenheit).

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  • Answer:

    You can recalibrate the TRIX-8 loggers however we generally don't recommend doing it if they are over 2 years old.  Because the battery life on these loggers is typically 2 to 3 years it generally doesn't make sense to perform a calibration on them if they are over 2 years old since there is no way of knowing how much longer they will last after that.

    If you wish to have a calibration quote created please us our calibration request form which can be found here - https://www.microdaq.com/calibration

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    Yes, this logger can be used to monitor temperatures during the shipment of flowers (or anything else).  A docking station (purchased separately) is used to connect the logger to a PC in order to configure it for use and to download and view the recorded data after.  If you are shipping the logger to a destination where the data needs to be read out you will need an additional docking station.  Some people choose to just have the logger shipped back to them so they can download the data and not purchase an additional docking station.

    The part number for the docking station is LTI-USB and its shown on the right side of the page under "Related Items". 

     

    The docking station makes programing and downloading of data much faster than a traditional "USB" logger if you need to program/download multiple loggers.  If you only need a single logger it might be more cost effective to choose something with a built in USB interface.  LogTag makes a very similar logger to this one that has a built in USB jack so a separate docking station isn't needed.

    Here is a link - https://www.microdaq.com/logtag-direct-usb-temperature-data-recorder-pdf-reports.php

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  • Answer:

    The loggers and LTI-USB docking station (cradle) use LogTag Analyzer software.  You can use either version 2.x.x or 3.x.x and both are available on the manuals and resources tab of this page.

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    The logger must first be configured (programed) using the LTI-USB docking station (must be purchased separately) and the available free software.

    Once this is done you can remove the logger from the docking station and place it wherever you wish to record data.  Once your recording session is complete you insert the logger back into the docking station and use the software to download and view the recorded data.  You can configure the logger to sample anywhere from once per 30 seconds to once per 18 hours.

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    The battery life for the TRIX-8 logger is generally anywhere from 2-3 years.  It is variable depending on many factors such as the conditions it's used in, sample rate, and frequency of downloads to name just a few.

    The battery is not replaceable so the logger must be replaced once the battery dies.  The software will give a warning of low battery once it drops below 20% capacity.

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    LogTag loggers carry a limited one year warranty from the manufacturer.  This only covers manufacturers defects.  The warranty does not cover battery life unless the logger was to arrive with a dead battery.

    The TRIX-8 logger is one of the most reliable loggers we sell and it's extremely rare that we have customers needing to make warranty claims on them.

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