Monitoring multiple conditions in a process can be difficult in numerous ways. When the data needs to be logged and stored for immediate retrieval the task can become monumental. This is where the Dual MPRF DataTrace data logger comes in handy. The purpose behind this design is to allow two processes to be monitored simultaneously and see that the data captured is stored in the logger and also to broadcast wirelessly for instant feedback on the processes.
A good example of this would be a canning line that requires that the cooker and the food get to two different, but specific temperatures.
A probe from the logger could be placed in the center of the test can, while another probe can be left out to monitor the ambient temperature of the cooker during the process. It is also useful in any other situations that multiple loggers are currently being used fairly close together. The other advantage is the probes can come in many shapes and sizes and can be mixed to meet specific needs. For instance, a curved probe could be placed into an ampoule while a straight probe monitors ambient temperature. Dual MPRF data loggers can be used in lots of unique situation and are a great investment.
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