Dickson TP 125 Data Logger Calibration & Maintenance

Dickson TP 125 Data Logger Calibration & Maintenance

The Dickson TP 125 data logger is known for being an affordable, no frills piece for measuring temperature and humidity. The logger is self-contained and compact. The temperature range is -10°F through 176°F and the humidity range is 0 – 95% RH non-condensing. To ensure that the data logger keeps taking accurate readings, technicians need to perform regular Dickson TP 125 data logger calibration and maintenance.

Maintenance

Although they are self-contained, data loggers are still susceptible to damage if they are not cared for and stored securely. As with any logging tool, the Dickson TP 125 data logger does not perform well when exposed to debris, used in harsh conditions, or damaged on the job. The best course of action to maintain this piece of equipment is safeguarding from damage. Instruct technicians to take care transporting the data logger so that it is not dropped. Make sure that data loggers are not set on machine ledges or any other location where they may fall. The Dickson TP 125 data logger can be cleaned with a microfiber cloth. Do not clean the unit with any abrasive solvents or cleansers.

Dickson TP 125 Data Logger Calibration

The Dickson TP125 data logger temperature reading accuracy is ± 0.8°F for temperatures ranging from 20°F through 120°F. The device will require testing to make sure that readings are valid. The Dickson TP 125 data logger calibration interval recommended from the manufacturer is 6 – 12 months. This can vary due to environment in which the data logger is used. Frequent usage and exposure to equipment vibrations will require a shorter calibration cycle.

In the event that a data logger is damaged, the best course of action is to send it in for calibration after repairs are complete. If you have questions about Dickson TP 125 data logger calibration and maintenance, or would like a quote, contact e2b calibration.

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