Mounting RFL100 - RFL100

RFL100 User Guide

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Figure 1. RFL100 mounting methods
Mounting with screws. Screws and wall plugs are included with the data logger.
Mounting with a hook (hook not included)
Mounting with cable ties. Cable ties are included with the data logger.
Magnetic mounting (with optional magnetic mounting bracket)
  1. Select a suitable mounting location. A good location is easily accessible, protected from water and condensation, and remains within the operating temperature range of RFL100:
    • +2 ... +60 °C (+35.6 ... +140 °F) with alkaline batteries
    • −20 ... +60 °C (−4 ... +140 °F) with lithium batteries
    If you need to measure a wider temperature range, use a HMP110 or TMP115 probe and connect it using an extension cable. This way you can leave the data logger in an environment that is suitable to its specification.
  2. Attach the mounting bracket using one of the mounting methods shown in Figure 1. Orient the bracket vertically so that the probe or extension cable points down after installation. Do not attach RFL100 without the mounting bracket.
    CAUTION If you are mounting the data logger higher than 2 m (6 ft) or in a location where it would pose a hazard if dropped, ensure the mounting bracket is securely fixed with screws or cable ties.
  3. Slide the logger into the mounting bracket from the top, with the probe or cable pointing downward.
  4. Peel off the protective film from the display and remove the yellow transport protection cap from the probe.
  5. If the probe(s) are connected using an extension cable or a probe splitter, mount the probes in the desired measurement locations and secure the cable(s) using the included accessories.
  6. Recommended: Apply location labels to the mounting bracket and RFL100 according to your installation plan and company policy.