Temperature Logger Monitors Longer Sessions without Compromising Data Sample Rate

SAN JOSE, CA -- Monitoring cold chain and other temperature sensitive products or processes for longer duration sessions is now possible with the DS1925 iButton® data logger from Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.

Temperature sensitive products and processes can be damaged when exposed to temperatures that are too high or too low. Previously, companies could only retrieve 16KB of data for each session of critical temperature monitoring, and would often need to reduce the data sample. With 122KB of data-log memory, the DS1925 provides longer monitoring sessions compared to other data log products, while maintaining the desired sample rate.

The DS1925 delivers high accuracy over a wide temperature range, and can measure battery life. It also retains measurements even if the battery life ends before the logger is replaced. While other temperature loggers have plastic covers, the DS1925 is made with a durable stainless steel enclosure to withstand harsh environments and conditions. The DS1925 is ideal for temperature logging in cold chain, pharmaceutical, medical, bio science, and food safety applications.

Key Advantages
•Largest storage capacity: 122KB data-log memory, compared to 16KB
•Better accuracy over widest temperature range: ±0.5 degrees Celsius over -40 degrees Celsius to +85 degrees Celsius
•More rugged: Stainless steel enclosure, compared to plastic
•Smaller size: Diameter of one dime and thickness of three nickels (17.35mm x 5.89mm)

Availability and Pricing
•Evaluation kits available with hardware, software, host system source code, accessory products, and system solution references
•Pricing starts at $45.25 (1,000-up, FOB USA)

Learn more at:
http://bit.ly/DS1925
http://www.maximintegrated.com
 

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