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MadgeTech, Inc. Develops Temperature Recorder for Harsh Environments

Warner, NH (PRWEB) June 24, 2012

MadgeTech, Inc., is excited to announce its newest temperature recorder for harsh environments.

The MadgeTech HiTemp140 Temperature Recorder is a rugged, submersible, device that can record from -40°C to +140°C at 0 to 100%RH. Featuring a stainless steel base that provides the stability required for data logging in harsh environments, this battery-powered unit has a 2” long rigid temperature probe. (Other length probes are also available.)

The HiTemp140 can store up to 32,700 readings to memory, and has user selectable reading rates from once every 2 seconds to once every 12 hours. The standard software makes starting, stopping, and downloading quick and easy, and includes: real-time recording and alarming, overlaid graphs, and easy export to Excel® for further calculations.

The IFC400 download station allows the user to read the data collected from the HiTemp140 through the case without opening any communication ports. Simply drop the HiTemp140 into the IFC400 and download your data from the MadgeTech Software.


  • Extended temperature range
  • Rugged
  • Reusable
  • Submersible
  • Programmable start time
  • Real-time operation
  • N.I.S.T. traceable
  • User-friendly
  • Low cost
  • Engraved label (no peeling or fading over time)
  • User replaceable battery
  • Calibrated accuracy: +/-0.1°C from 20-140°C


  • Simple Setup and Installation
  • Minimal Long-Term Maintenance
  • Long-Term Field Deployment


  • Autoclave Verification
  • Medical/Pharmaceutical
  • Implement HACCP Programs
  • Food preparation and processing
  • Environmental studies
  • Well monitoring
  • Dishwasher testing
  • Hostile environment monitoring


  • A 1” blunt probe perfect for Dishwashers and Autoclaves
  • Our 2” Standard rigid probe
  • A 5.25 rigid probe for monitoring product
  • A 7” rigid probe for monitoring bigger products
  • Custom probe lengths available

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