Omega Engineering remote data logger measures temperature, humidity and pressure

The OM-CP-PRHTEMP2000 is designed for applications requiring instant remote readings of environmental parameters, including temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure. The 8-button keypad and large LCD provide convenient access to current data and recorder setup. Additionally, memory and battery levels, external power status, sampling and recording status are shown on the LCD. Available on-screen data includes: statistics (min, max, average) for all three channels; recording status (start, stop and recording rate); display options (channels shown, units, text size); and calibration information (date calibrated, date for recalibration). Statistics can be cleared at any time during logging.

With 87,381 readings per channel, the OM-CP-PRHTEMP2000 has one of the largest memory capacities of any similar data recorder on the market. The non-volatile memory will retain recorded data, even if AC and battery power are lost.

The OM-CP-PRHTEMP2000 typically runs up to one month on a user-replaceable 9V battery (at a 1-minute reading rate with continuous LCD usage and no backlight). For further power savings, both the LCD and backlight have configurable auto-off options.

Those wanting to keep the LCD display and backlight continuously active need only to plug the unit to an optopnal AC power supply, keeping the 9V battery connected as a back-up. NIST traceable calibration is available for users needing to meet regulatory requirements. Creating permanent records, performing data calculations, and the graphing of data is quick and easy: Simply connect the interface cable to an available USB or serial port and, with a few clicks of the mouse, data is downloaded and ready for review or export to Excel. 

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