• OQ610-S

    The OQ610 temperature logger is suitable for a wide range of temperature recording applications in industry, research and development. It is available as a standalone temperature logger or as part of a complete system for through process monitoring in the food and paint industries

    • 6 channels for type K or T thermocouples
    • Compact and simple to use
    • USB connectivity to PC
    • High accuracy
    • Extended battery life


    • Small, lightweight, battery operated and easily portable.
    • Quick and easy to program via three push buttons and display, or via PC
    • Automatically detects when sensors are present – easy set-up of up to 6 channels for use with a wide range of K or T type thermocouple probes
    • Start and stop logging at specific times or at certain temperature levels
    • Fast ample rates for fast process times: up to 8 samples/second
    • Can provide automatic cure calculation in through process applications
    • Non-volatile memory provides up to 250,000 readings of secure data
    • Time and date reported with each reading


    Accuracy -50 to 500ºC, ±0.5ºC
    (-58ºF to 932ºF, ±0.9ºF)
    -200 to 1300ºC, ±1.0ºC
    (-328 to 2372ºF, ± 1.8ºF)
    Resolution 0.1ºC (0.18ºF)
    Sampling rate Fastest: eight times per second per channel
    Slowest: once every two hours per channel
    Channels 6 K or T type thermocouple
    Temperature measuring range -200ºC to 1300ºC (-328 to 2372ºF) (K type)
    -200ºC to 400ºC (-328 to 752ºF) (T type)
    Operating environment Temperature range -30 to 65ºC
    Humidity 95%
    Memory Flash memory of 260,000 readings
    Maximum no. runs stored 8
    USB communication 1.1 and 2.0 compatible
    Display Alphanumeric display of 2 x 16 characters
    shows cure pass/fail, battery status, probes
    connected, real time readings and communication to PC
    Power supply Two AA cells to give 200 hours operation
    at default settings
    Dimensions and weight (l x w x h) 153 x 101 x 23mm, 450 g


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