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How do I change the Thermocouple in a TCTemp1000?

TCTemp1000 Data Logger Thermocouple Change Procedure Changing the thermocouple in a TCTemp1000 data logger can be completed by following the steps found in the TCTemp1000 Thermocouple Change Pro...

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1/18/12

Are MadgeTech loggers ISO:17025 certified?

Are MadgeTech data loggers ISO:17025 certified? Currently MadgeTech does not provide this certification, but we do work with an outside company called InnoCal that can certify your data log...

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1/18/12

What is a good low temperature data logger?

What is a good low temperature data logger? This depends on how low of a temperature is to be recorded. All MadgeTech data loggers can withstand temperatures at least as low as -20°C. Many...

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1/18/12

What is a good high temperature data logger?

What is a good high temperature data logger? All MadgeTech data loggers except the Cryo-Temp, can withstand temperatures of at least 70°C. Many can be used in even higher temperature enviro...

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1/18/12

Who is MadgeTech?

Who is MadgeTech? MadgeTech, Inc. is a global company, based in New England and founded on some old-fashioned principles, customer service, quality, and trust. Our Can Do team of engineers and t...

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1/18/12

Is the RHTemp1000IS ATEX certified, including Zone 0 for ETO or EO Sterilization?

Is the RHTemp1000IS data logger certified to ATEX standards, including Zone 0 for ETO or EO Sterilization? Unfortunately the RHTemp1000IS data logger is NOT ATEX certified. The ATEX standards do...

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1/18/12

What are the different types of Thermocouple connectors?

What are the different types of Thermocouple connectors? There are three types of Thermocouple connector types: Mini Plug, Screw Terminal, and Terminal Block. Many of our thermocouple data logge...

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1/18/12

What is the difference between a Shock101, TSR101, and SVR101?

What is the difference between a Shock101, TSR101, and SVR101 data logger? Shock: Our Shock101 data logger samples at 512hz and then records the peak values it experienced to your selected...

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1/18/12

What are the small white switches on my RFC1000 and on my wireless data loggers?

What are the small white switches on my RFC1000 and on my wireless data loggers? There are dip switches on RFC1000s, RFOTs, and all models of Therm-A-Lerts. There are four switches together labe...

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2/28/12

The software says that it is "unable to find an active device!".

The software says that it is "unable to find an active device!". This is a generic error that indicates the software was unable to connect to a data logger. This could be due to a number of dif...

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2/28/12

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