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Training video: Setting up temperature loggers using eTemperature

This is the transcript for one of our new training videos. This short video will take you through how to program a temperature logger using the eTemperature software. When eTemperature is running you will see the message “Waiting” at the top. When you plug a thermochron into the reader you will see this message change […]

Choosing a new product name

I thought it would be easy to come up with a new product name. But with the wireless loggers rapidly approaching final release, choosing a new product name is becoming more urgent. Here’s the dilemma. The name has to meet the following criteria: It must be easy to remember. When someone mentions it to someone […]

Foodcare Systems

Foodcare are “Australia’s Food Safety and Hygiene Specialists” and distribute our Thermochron and Logtag temperature loggers. They are located in Leeton. And straight from their web site: Why are more companies using Foodcare Systems? Large Range of Specialty Equipment… We specialize in all the unusual, difficult to get, and specialty items that you need. So […]

Training video: Saving results

This is the transcript for one of our new training videos: This short video will take you through how to save results from a thermocron temperature logger using the eTemperature software. When eTemperature is running you will see the message “Waiting” at the top. When you plug a thermochron into the reader you will see […]

ECE Fast

ECE Fast is another of our original distributors. While their name, Electro-Chemical Engineering, shows their origins, they now have a very diverse product range. Once upon a time industrial applications were there core business, but now they can help anyone who is interested in any temperature (and pressure etc). They are located in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane […]

eTemperature Configuration – Sample Rate

One of the critical settings when programming a Thermochron logger is the sample rate. The sample rate is how often the unit will record the date/time and temperature. The faster it samples, the faster it will consume its memory. That is why below the sample rate is a display of how long the memory will […]

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