REDWIRE KIMO Kistock data loggers track temperature, humidity, pressure, more

April 14, 2021 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.

Posted by Chevrier Instruments Inc.


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Kistock data loggers

The KCC 320 and KPA 320 data loggers by KIMO

Chevrier Instruments Inc. has long been a trusted supplier of products by KIMO Instruments, including Kistock data loggers – specifically, the KCC 320 and KPA 320 models. Both of these devices are recommended for accurate measurement of temperature, hygrometry, and atmospheric pressure, while the KCC 320 also measures carbon dioxide.

Among the features of these instruments are a storage capacity of 2,000,000 record points and the ability to measure multiple parameters at the same time.

Usable with Smartphones and tablets

These Kistock data loggers offer quick data downloading at 18,000 points per second, as well as two configurable set-point alarms for each channel. Users can download software for configuration and data visualization for free, and other software for configuration and data processing is an option too. Other key features of these devices from Chevrier include a safety lock wall mount with an inviolability system, a two-line LCD screen, Bluetooth communication for Smartphones and tablets, magnetic mounting, and IP40 protection.

The KCC 320 has four internal sensors for four parameters and weights 206 grams, while the KPA 320 has three internal sensors and weighs 200 grams. Other features and technical specifications of these Kistock data loggers:

  • Size: 110.2 by 79 by 35.4 millimetres (mm).
  • Display: two indication LEDs (red and green); 49.5-by-45-mm screen.
  • Control: OK key, selection key.
  • Materials: ABS housing, compatible with food-processing environments.
  • Battery power supply: two lithium double-AA 3.6-volt batteries.
  • PC communication: one micro-USB input;
  • Environmental conditions of use: air and neutral gases; hygrometry from zero to 95 per cent RH; maximum altitude of 2,000 metres.

In addition, both of these instruments have a micro-USB female connector for an external input, can operate in temperatures from zero to 50 degrees Celsius, and can be stored in temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius. Each has a measuring range of -20 to 70 degrees Celsius for temperature, five to 95 per cent RH for humidity, and 800 to 1,100 hecto Pascals for atmospheric pressure, and the KCC 320 also ranges from zero to 5,000 parts per million for carbon dioxide.

For more information, contact Chevrier.


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Posted by Chevrier Instruments Inc.


Chevrier Instruments Inc. has long been a trusted supplier of products by KIMO Instruments, including Kistock data logge... Read more

Contact supplier