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Temperature Data Loggers

Our range of temperature data loggers is available for use in a range of applications. From low to high-temperature data loggers, as well as WiFi and USB-compatible, we have a data logger to suit your needs.

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Temperature Data Loggers

For pharmaceutical or consumable applications where maintaining low temperatures is vital for the longevity and validity of vaccines or produce, try our selection of low-temperature data loggers.

By contrast, high-temperature data loggers can be used within thermal validation monitoring applications like cooking (placed in ovens) or healthcare (in autoclaves) to ensure products are heated to the correct temperature.

Our temperature loggers have been carefully selected from the most innovative manufacturers throughout the world. Our range is suited to facilitate even the most demanding application requirements and is rigorously tested throughout industries to ensure only the best quality for our partners.

Popular Temperature Data Loggers:

LogTag Data Loggers


The LogTag uTrix-16 is a user configurable, multiple use temperature…

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LogTag Data Loggers


Multi use, 16K reading temperature logger + replaceable battery.

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T&D Data Loggers


Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB 2 Channel Temperature Data Logger

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Temperature data loggers are portable temperature recording devices that collect and store data over time. They are used in any application where recording temperature data is key.

By syncing data loggers with the available software options, this data can be downloaded for review. Reports can be generated for validation and proof of temperature conditions when audits take place.

Depending on the use and motivation for using temperature loggers, there is a variation of options available, including USB temperature data loggers, wireless options, data loggers with probes and multi-channel or 4-channel temperature data loggers.

The full Loggershop range is varied, and can be found and purchased on our website.

Cold chain monitoring

Portable temperature data loggers allow for the recording of temperature conditions during the cold-chain process. This process enables businesses to meet data recording requirements and have evidence of adhering to regulation requirements. The benefit of using portable temperature data loggers with wireless capabilities is that reports and data access can be provided to all parties involved.

Thermal validation monitoring

Thermal validation monitoring is commonly used in the food and drink industry to collect data in extreme environments and over a wide range. High-temperature data loggers with a probe can be used to record accurate data during cooking and cooling. Wireless temperature data loggers are also used to provide real-time validation inside ovens, freezers and autoclaves.

Environmental appliance monitoring

Portable temperature data loggers with wireless are best suited for environmental appliance monitoring as they can record data without the conditions being compromised by human access to read the screen. Data is uploaded via WiFi and can be viewed anywhere and on any device (that has access). Data loggers with probes are popularly used to collect data on the following parameters: temperature, relative humidity, light, pressure and carbon dioxide. In using temperature loggers in this way, businesses can prove compliance with quality and regulatory standards.

There are a number of industries that handle temperature-sensitive products and, as such, need to meet validation requirements and regulations. By monitoring temperature data, they can also avoid product waste. These include:

  • Pharmaceuticals – it’s paramount for vaccines that the necessary shipping and storage conditions are met to avoid product deterioration or effectiveness.
  • Food/drink – temperature loggers are used in fridges, freezers, and storage settings.

Thermometers, like temperature loggers, are used to measure temperature accurately. However, readings from thermometers still need to be collected, recorded, and arranged by humans. Data loggers, on the other hand, automate temperature data recording and log them in data sets using specialist software that can be read and interpreted much more easily.

If you’re looking for more information on our range of temperature loggers, from high to low temperature data loggers or their connectivity to software, get in touch. Call us on 01929459459 or use the chat function at the bottom of your screen.