Single Use Data Loggers

ThermElc TE-S01 Single use temperature data logger has a high precision sensor with multiple alarm modes and thresholds. Their robust designs make them suitable for pharmaceuticals, food, life science, flowers, cooler boxes, refrigerated trucks, cooler bags, containers, fresh food lockers, incubators, blood bags, and vaccine applications.

To enhance safety, Elitech temperature data loggers are made of food-grade colloid, with injection molding technology. They conform to both the EN 12830 and IP67 protection grade.

Irrespective of the application, every single-use temperature data logger auto-generates PDF data reports, with 16000 readings of memory capacity. All ThermElc single-use temperature data loggers have USB communication interfaces, allowing for easy data transfer and analysis(plug-and-play). This enhances efficiency in cold chain management.

ThermElc's single-use temperature data loggers have LED indicators, various options of running time and multiple time zone options. You can adapt them to any transportation and storage application. They are scratch-proof, water-proof, and crush-proof.

Any ThermElc temperature data logger has an extended warranty even for its super-long battery life (2 years). This offers a complete data logging solution.

All the parameters are reconfigured before the data logger leaves the factory.
Some parameters can be customized based on your needs.

Storage temperature

-40℃~80℃, Alarm threshold Default (Customize)

Temperature measuring




Data interface


Temperature accuracy

0.5℃(-40℃~80℃ ); 1℃(others)

Report type

Auto PDF report


Built-in CR2450 wide temperature lithium battery


Internal NTC

Battery life

2 years in total (store and use under normal temperature environment)

Record period

10,30,60,90,120,180 days(Customize)

Protection grade


Alarm type

Single or cumulative

Record capacity

16000 points (max). Actual record capacity is different due to different record period.

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