The OMYL-RH23 and OMYL-RH23E are robust devices capable of logging temperature, humidity and barometric pressure readings and are software configurable to record either all three of these parameters or just individual variables. These data loggers are available with standard memory of 100,000 readings (OMYL-RH23, OMYL-RH23E) or expanded memory of 4 million readings (OMYL-RH23-4M, OMYL-RH23E-4M). The OMYL-RH23/OMYL-RH23-4M have built-in sensors for temperature, humidity and barometric pressure. The OMYL-RH23E/OMYL-RH23E-4M have an internal pressure sensor with the temperature/ humidity sensors fitted in an integral 100 mm (3.94') steel probe. These data loggers are suited for a variety of applications including environmental or climate studies, meteorological research and also in clean rooms and laboratories.
The storage medium is non-volatile flash memory so no data is lost if the battery becomes discharged. Data logger setup as well as data retrieval is accomplished using the included standard OMYL-SOFT software. Downloaded data is stored in the OMYL-SOFT software as a text file for viewing in third party software packages or Microsoft Excel. The OMYL-SOFT standard software does not include any graphing functionality. Graphing and analyzing downloaded data files requires the OMYL-SOFT-PLUS version of the software (sold separately).
SPECIFICATIONS Sensor Type OMYL-RH23/OMYL-RH23-4M: Internal temperature, humidity and pressure sensors OMYL-RH23E/OMYL-RH23E-4M: Internal pressure sensor with temperature and humidity sensors fitted in integral probe Temperature Range: -30 to 70°C (-22 to 158°F) with standard lithium battery (included); -40 to 90°C (-40 to 194°F) with optional high temperature lithium battery Resolution: 0.01°C (0.02°F) Accuracy: See chart on PDF Humidity Range: 0 to 100 %RH Resolution: 0.01 %RH Accuracy See chart on PDF Barometric Pressure Range: 10 to 1100 hPa Resolution: 0.1 hPa Absolute Accuracy @25°C: ±1.5 hPa Relative Accuracy @25°C: ±0.5 hPa Reading Rate: 1 second to 24 hours; 2 Hz, 4 Hz in fast mode Start Modes: Immediate start, delayed start Memory Capacity OMYL-RH23, OMYL-RH23E: 100,000 readings OMYL-RH23-4M, OMYL-RH23E-4M: 4 million readings Memory Wrap Around: Yes (software configurable) Battery: 3V lithium battery [standard temperature range battery (included) optional high temperature range battery]; user replaceable Battery Life (Standard Temperature Range Battery): 4 years at 1 minute reading rate, 230 days at 10 second reading rate, 25 days at 1 second reading rate LED Functionality: Integrated status LED indicates data logging status, low battery or alarm condition Alarms: Software programmable high/low thresholds Computer Interface: USB (interface cable included) Software: XP SP3/Vista/7 and 8 (32- and 64-bit) Operating Environment: -30 to 70°C (-22 to 158°F) with standard lithium battery; -40 to 90°C (-40 to 194°F) with optional high temperature lithium battery Dimensions OMYL-RH23, OMYL-RH23-4M: 30 H x 50 dia mm (1.18 x 1.97') OMYL-RH23E, OMYL-RH23E-4M: 30 H x 50 dia mm (1.18 x 1.97') with 100 L x 8 dia mm probe (3.94 x 0.31') Weight: 70 g (2.5 oz) Enclosure: Robust, shock-proof POM, IP65
Rated 4 out of
Overall good pieceGood piece for the money. Manual wasn't that thorough, but there isn't much about the product to be thorough about, it's fairly straight forward for the most part. My only question was how, if possible, to stop the machine from running. There are three options on how/when to start recording, but it doesn't say anything about stopping it, unless you plug it in to the computer. If that is the only way to stop the testing, I feel that is a design flaw. Otherwise, great piece of equipment.
Date published: 2016-03-14
Rated 2 out of
Convenient recorder but software dependentSeems to be a nice data recorder, but you can’t do anything with it without loading the Omega software on your computer. If you work in a setting that requires IT approval for that sort of thing, or want to easily share it between multiple users, that could be problematic.
Date published: 2019-04-04
Rated 5 out of
Great for concrete monitoringWe use these devices to monitor concrete temperatures during the first 5 days of curing. Great for saving heating costs when the internal temperature shows it is above the requirements
Does this thermocouple logger display compensated temperature readings? The manual and product details do not clearly indicate whether cold junction compensation is performed via dedicated circuit when converting voltage to temperature.
Asked by: DavidL
It is not mentioned in the specs, though generally for our thermocouple loggers / monitors, cold junction compensation is built in to the circuitry and performed when converting voltage to temperature.