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Temperature Logger for Long Duration Sessions

Maxim’s new DS1925 iButton data logger makes it possible to monitor cold chain and other temperature-sensitive products or processes for longer duration sessions. Temperature-sensitive products and processes can be damaged when exposed to overly high or low temperatures. The DS1925 provides longer monitoring sessions due to its 122 KB data log memory. In addition, it offers high accuracy over a wide temperature range and measures battery life. It also retains measurements even if the battery life ends before the logger is replaced.Maxim DS1925 iButton

The DS1925’s advantages and characteristics:

  • Largest storage capacity: 122-KB data log memory (compared to 16 KB)
  • Better accuracy over widest temperature range: ±0.5°C over –40°C to 85°C
  • Stainless steel enclosure
  • Small size (17.35 mm × 5.89 mm)

Evaluation kits are now available with hardware, software, host system source code, accessory products, and system solution references. Pricing starts at $45.25 in quantities of 1,000 or more.

Source: Maxim Integrated

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Temperature Logger for Long Duration Sessions

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