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MadgeTech Autoclave Temperature Recorder
HiTemp140 in Docking Station IFC400

MadgeTech Autoclave Temperature Recorder

Your Price: $499.00
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Part Number:HiTemp140

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Select Probe Size
HiTemp140 with 1" Probe
HiTemp140 with 2" Probe
HiTemp140 with 5.25" Probe
HiTemp140 with 7" Probe
Add Software Support Kit
IFC400 Docking Station [+$120.00]
IFC406 Multiplexer Docking Station [+$549.00]
Add NIST/A2LA (ISO/IEC 17025:2005) Temperature
NIST/A2LA 3 Point Temperature Certification [+$250.00]
The HiTemp140 is a stainless steel temperature data logger built for use in harsh environments such as autoclaves. It is submersible, can withstand temperatures up to 140 °C (284 °F) and has an accuracy of +/-0.1 °C (0.18 °F). 

Available Probe lengths 1", 2", 5.25" and 7" long.

This Data Logger requires a Software Support Kit IFC400 (sold separately)

HiTemp140-1 1/8" OD rounded tip (with 3/16" OD x 0.6")
  • Autoclave Validation
  • Refrigerator and Freezer Monitoring/Mapping
  • Pasteurization
  • Incubator Monitoring
  • Oven Monitoring

HiTemp140-2  2" OAL x 3/16" OD Pointed Tip (not for use with the TSK)

  • Meat Processing
  • Complying with USDA Regulations
  • Dishwasher/Dryer Studies
  • Conveyor Cooking/Cooling Cycles
  • Food Process Monitoring
  • Nut Roasting
  • Smoke Houses
  • Canning
  • Meat Storage
  • HACCP Compliance
  • Retort Packaging

HiTemp140-5.25  5.25" OAL x 3/16" OD pointed tip



  • Meat Processing - Internal temperature monitoring
  • Complying with USDA Regulations
  • Conveyor Cooking/Cooling Cycles
  • Food Process Monitoring
  • Canning
  • Smoke Houses
  • Meat Storage
  • HACCP Compliance
  • Retort Packaging

HiTemp140-7  7" OAL x 3/16" OD pointed tip


  • Meat Processing - Internal temperature monitoring
  • Complying with USDA Regulations
  • Conveyor Cooking/Cooling Cycles
  • Food Process Monitoring
  • Canning
  • Smoke Houses
  • Meat Storage
  • HACCP Compliance
  • Retort Packaging

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