The SL7000 data loggers have a very flexible
combination of inputs from a single temperature up to 4 universal
inputs each which means they can be individually configured with the software
to accept any combination of the following input types:
RTD / Pt100
Thermocouple (Types J, K, T, R, S, B, N) with isolated tip
All SL7000 data loggers have an internal temperature sensor and a digital input which can be used as a trigger to start logging or as a pulse counter for interfacing with flow meters or other sensors with a pulse output.
The SL7000 itself has an internal temperature sensor, and a pulse
counting input. Unlike the others, it does not have an LCD display. This logger
is commonly used for interfacing with flow meters with a pulse output. The
SL7102 has an LCD display, internal temperature sensor and two universal
inputs. These can be configured in the software provided for any sensor
combination listed above. The SL7104 is by far the most common configuration.
The SL7104 has the advantage over the SL7102 in that it has four universal
inputs, so can accept four temperature sensors or four 4/20mA signals or in
fact, any sensor combination. The SL7105 is the model with the most input
combinations. It has internal temperature and relative humidity sensors, pulse
counting input and four universal inputs.
An optional internal relative humidity sensor with ±2% accuracy is available on all units as well as an optional external temperature and relative humidity sensor. All SL7000 series data loggers are supplied with a single computer license of our TempIT-PRO software.