Temperature Data Logger - Ethernet
This product has been replaced by the WT640
Manage all the data loggers in your network from one PC with our Ethernet enabled temperature data loggers. Dickson loggers with Ethernet connectivity have optional email alarm alerts and the SM720 has a k-thermocouple probe creating a flexible temperature monitoring tool.
- Ethernet connectivity
- Flexible K-thermocouple temperature probe
- Email alerts
- Audio and Video alarms
NOTE: For use above 500F (260C) A203 required.
DicksonWare Software is needed to communicate with this product and is sold separately.
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- Alarm Type Audio/Visual on High/Low Temp Limits
- Ambient Operating RH Conditions 0-95% RH non-condensing (Logger only)
- Ambient Operating Temperature Conditions -4.0 to 158.0F (-20.0 to 70.0C)
- Approvals CE
- Battery Backup 9V Battery
- Battery Life (Avg) 3 Hours
- Cable Details USB - Male Series A plug to 5 pin Male Series B mini plug. Serial - 9 pin female D-shell to male 2.5mm stereo plug
- Cable Length 6.0ft
- Calibration Options N100, N300, N400, N520
- Channels CH1: Temperature
- Data Capacity 32,000
- Dimensions 1.6 x 3.0 x 4.0in
- Display Dimensions Height 1.375
- Display Dimensions Width 2.0
- Display Resolution 0.1 from 0.0 to 999.99; 1 over 1000
- Display Type LCD
- Display Update Rate 10 Seconds (Battery Power), 1 Second (AC Power)
- Download Time 1 Minute (USB), 3 Minutes (Serial), 2 Minutes (Ethernet)
- Download Type USB / Serial / Ethernet
- IP Rating 20
- Included Accessories AC Adapter, 9V Battery, Quick Start Guide and 4' Bead-Wire Probe. *Software is not included.
- Memory Type EEPROM
- Minimum Software Version Required 9.0
- Mounting Options Wall Mount (With Keyhole)
- Network Connectivity Ethernet
- Note on Alarm Type Email notification available when using A029 Software.
- PC Requirements Microsoft Windows 98 or newer, 16 MB RAM, 1 free COM (serial) port with dedicated interrupt or 1 USB root hub, CD drive, VGA monitor or better
- Power Cord 6 ft
- Power Source AC Adapter with 9V Battery (Back-up Only)
- Power Source Input AC100-240 0.5V 60/50 Hz
- Power Source Notes AC Power is necessary. 9V Battery for Back-up Only.
- Power Source Output DC 9V, 1A
- Power Status Indicator LCD Display
- Remote Probe Accuracy 0.3% of Full Scale
- Remote Sensor Length 4
- Remote Sensor Type 1 K T/C with Mini Connector
- Response Time 30 Seconds to 63% of Full Scale
- Sample Interval User Selectable (from 1 second to 24 hour intervals, in 1 or 10 second increments).
- Software Options A025, A026, A029
- Temperature Accuracy +/-1.8F from -22.0 to 122.0F 3.8F Remaining (+/-1.0C from -30.0 to 50.0C 2.1C Remaining)
- Temperature Range -300.0 to 2000.0F (-184.0 to 1093.0C)
- Temperature Sensor Type Thermistor/Thermocouple
- Unit Weight 3 lbs
- Units/Pkg 1
- Warranty 12-Month Limited
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.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Press and hold the alarm button for 5 seconds.
Verify that you have the correct version of DicksonWare software installed on your PC. Version 8.0 for all units except the Net Loggers which require Version 9.0
Verify that the correct COM port is selected: From the main Dicksonware screen, click on Logger then Communication, a black dot will appear next to the selected COM port. You may need to select a different COM port. Should you get an error message stating that Device Is Already Open, this could mean that you have the proper COM port selected, but another device, or its software, has it allocated. Palm pilots, for example, will cause this problem, in which case the port is not actually available and you may have to disable that device.
You may need to relocate the download cable to another serial port on the back of the PC and possibly try changing the COM port again in DicksonWare.
If communication has not been established with the previous steps, you may need to remove the batteries and then try all COM port and cable combinations again.
If possible, try another PC
Make sure the USB is unplugged, and that USB is NOT checked in File > Preferences > Serial.
Try removing the batteries and ac power (if applicable) for a few moments, (this will not cause the unit to lose any data within the logger, but you will have to start the unit logging again using DicksonWare).
Batteries may be too low, replace batteries.
Unplug USB cable and plug back in.
If the logger was used in a moist or humid environment condensation may have formed on the unit. Place unit in a warm dry environment for 24 hrs. Clear memory and try again. These loggers are designed for use in a non-condensing environment. If the environment creates condensation, try placing the unit (temperature only models) in a small sealed plastic bag to protect it from condensation.
Make sure that USB is selected under File > Preferences > Serial.
Unplug USB cable and plug back in.
Remove all power to the logger (this will not cause the unit to lose any data within the logger, but you will have to start the unit logging again using DicksonWare) unplug the USB cable, power the logger back on, then reconnect the USB cable.
If the logger was used in a moist or humid environment Condensation may have formed on the unit. Place unit in a warm dry environment for 24 hrs. Clear memory and try again. These loggers are designed for use in a non-condensing environment. If the environment creates condensation, try placing the unit (temperature only models) in a small sealed plastic bag to protect it from condensation.
If possible, try another PC, and/or another USB port.
This is normal when the probe is not connected at the time a sample is taken.
The Flash Memory Download Feature was designed to work with standard MMC cards. MMC Plus cards can cause the unit to stop logging when used to download data. If you think the unit stops logging when the Flash Memory Download Feature is used, you might be using a MMC Plus card. We recommend using Dickson Flash Memory Cards.
Err 1 - No memory card
Err 2 - Memory card locked or protected
Err 3 - Wrong size file (too big) or no data to log yet
Err 5 - Trouble writing file to card
Err 14 - This is a generic fault code. There is something wrong with the card (full or not formated correctly) or there is a hardware issue (a bad connector or no card present - can't see any card). Try another card.
Err 16 - Trouble accessing card
Err 23 - Memory card requires reformatting
Err 7 or 66 - Memory card full
Err 49 - Unknown error
The netlogger uses SMTP port 25 and needs an IP address for a mail server that is set up to allow it to forward email thru it. The mail server needs to be set up to allow forwarding using port 25 at least from the IP address of the netlogger.
Within the software under setup and email. Please change "Unit Name:" to something other than "Dickson Data Logger".
Flash cards not purchased through Dickson should be formatted. If formatted after experiencing issues the unit will have to come back to be reset.
1. Insert flash card into card reader
2. Go to My Computer and right click on the drive letter that corresponds with the card
3. A menu will appear. Choose the format option
4. Another window will appear
5. Under the "File System" heading, drop down the menu and choose the option, if running Windows XP. Choose "FAT" if running Windows 7 or 8.
6. Then click on the start at the bottom of the window
This will format the card in the correct manner for use with the unit.
In order to view units over multiple subnets or to view units on non-standard subnet mask, click on the Connect button then select Set Subnet. You can enter a different Subnet here. DicksonWare will not remember this address, and it will need to be re-entered every time you open a new DicksonWare session.
Yes, each unit has to be assigned it's own IP address.
Replace the batteries, they may be low.
When the IP address is set using USB and the logger is then connected to the network, the logger will not be detected until all power (AC and battery) is removed and the unit is then powered on again.
Make sure the unit is set up first using USB or serial.
A/C power must be used when changing the IP address.
2 email addresses can be setup to receive alerts.
Is the probe plugged in properly?
Is there an extension cable being used? It could be defective
It may be locked up? This can be confirmed by pressing any of the buttons on the keypad, if the unit is locked up there will be no response to button presses and the unit may appear to be working, but the readings won't change, also the chart will not rotate. Remove power and battery, and then re-power.
The sensor board may have fallen out or become partially unplugged. Remove the back panel, the sensor board should be plugged in the center of the main board. If the sensor board is in its socket, you may need to ensure the connection by pressing down on it to make sure it is secure. The pens should respond right away if this is the only cause of the problem.
Is the probe plugged in properly?
Is there an extension cable being used? It could be defective.