N2012 Starter KitPart No: N2012STARTERKIT (3617781)
£240.91 (ex. VAT)
The N2012STARTERKIT comprises an N2012 Multi-Channel Temperature Data Logger as well as an N2000CRU Computer Docking Station.
- N2012 Multi-Channel Temperature Data Logger
- N2000CRU Computer Docking Station
- *Probe not included
Warranty: Please refer to individual components
N2012 Starter Kit
|The N2012 Diligence EV Multi-Channel Temperature Data Logger gathers data from up to 5 different points within refrigerators, freezers, or other temperature sensitive areas. With multiple sensors, you can ensure all areas of your facility are functioning correctly. A wide range of temperature probes are available to suit many requirements.|
The N2000CRU Computer Docking Station is designed to work with the N2000 Diligence Series Data Loggers for syncing data between the device and your PC. It connects to your PC via a standard USB A-Type connector, and provides an Infrared (IR) link to Data Loggers placed in the cradle.
Please refer to the individual components listed above for more detailed information and specifications.
Upgraded EV Software (July 2016)
Comark is pleased to announce that its suite of Software for EVt2 and N2000 Series Data Loggers, has had a major overhaul and upgrade.
The interface has been redesigned and the software upgraded to be fully compliant with Microsoft Windows 10.
The new EV Software can be downloaded from either the ‘Support’ tab on this page, or the dedicated ‘Software’ download page. To download the software, you must have a Comark Website account.
There are two versions available EV Software and EV PRO Software for 21 CFR Applications*.
*Note: If you require the Professional version of the software and have not previously downloaded it from our website, please contact us and we’ll ensure you get the link to download it.
|Warranty||Please refer to individual components|
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|EV Software||3.0.0 (Build 5)||15.36 MB||26th July 2016|
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