Small and wonderful.
Introducing the new Dickson Report Logger.
We decided to make the best Compact Logger on the market. With a new outer case, user selectable logging times, and redesigned PC interface, it's exactly what you need.
- IP63 Case - you're now protected from dust and jets of water.
- User Selectable Logging Times.
- Large Temperature Range (-30 to 176F).
- Longer battery life.
- No software required. We mean it.
- Trip Calculator: you'll never have to guess about battery life again.
- Simple, succinct graph
- PDF,JPEG, or raw (.txt ) report formats. Save your data how you want.
- Delayed Start.
- Ambient Operating RH Conditions 0 to 100% RH
- Ambient Operating Temperature Conditions -30.0 to 176.0F (-34.0 to 80.0C)
- Battery Life (Avg) Minimum battery life is one logging period at minimum specified operating temperature. Check battery life indicator on graph before each use.
- Battery Type 2/3 Lithium 3.6V Photo Battery - User Replaceable
- Dimensions 5.5 x 1.0 x 1.2inch (13.97 x 2.45 x 3.05cm)
- Download Type USB
- IP Rating 55
- Logging Time Set Logging Time via the "Settings" button in the logger interface by plugging logger into PC. Logger will log data until it is full. User select-able times between 1 and 90 days
- PC Requirements Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8. 1 available USB port
- Sample Interval Determined by Logging Time selected (Ranges from 1 Minute to 30 Minutes)
- Temperature Accuracy +/-1.8F from 40.0 to 90.0F 2.3F (+/-1.0C from 4.0 to 32.0C 1.3C)
- Unit Weight 1.6 oz (45.356 grams)
- Units of Measure Saved data is displayed in both Fahrenheit and Celsius
Why should I calibrate?
All instruments lose accuracy over time due to normal usage and the environmental conditions to which they are exposed.
How often should I calibrate?
For most applications, the recommended calibration interval is every twelve months.
What is NIST Calibration?
NIST stands for the National Institute for Standards and Technology. This organization is responsible for maintaining the master for different measurements, such as the standard "foot", standard, "second", or standard "pound". NIST also maintains the standard for temperature, humidity and pressure.
NIST Traceable means that the measuring standard can be traced directly back to the master standard maintained by the NIST organization.
NIST-Traceable does not tell you the measurement accuracy of a metrologty service in any detail. Only metrology services that can document their ISO 17025 standard provided data on their best measurement uncertainty.