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Sper Scientific 800037 WBGT SD Card Logger

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Sper Scientific 800037 WBGT SD Card Logger

Our lineup of heat stress meters include the WBGT (Wet Bulb Globe Temperature) meters, which provides the most accurate determination of the heat stress index based on the cumulative effect of air temperature, air movement, relative humidity, and radiant heat.

Records data onto removable SD Cards

Reads relative humidity (RH), air temperature (TA), dew point, wet bulb globe temperature (WBGT) and black globe temperature (TG). Also captures sample time and date. Records data onto standard SD memory cards (like a digital camera). When full, simply exchange SD cards for unlimited data storage. The removable SD card is easy to transport and insert into a computer’s memory card slot or SD card reader. Uploads preformatted data to Excel, without the need for additional software and cables. Additional SD cards are readily available in a variety of memory sizes. Can also stream data directly to a computer using the optional software and cables. Features an adjustable WBGT audible alarm, min/max, auto power off, low battery indicator and hold function. This well-made unit is extremely accurate with fast response times, and includes a fold-out tripod and large, easy-to-read backlit LCD. Comes ready to use in a soft carrying case with 6 AA batteries, instruction manual and a SD card. N.I.S.T. traceable certificate of compliance available (for RH & Air Temperature only).
Globe diameter: 2" (70 mm)
Dimensions: 10" 2" 1" (273 64 44 mm)
Weight: 14.9 oz (422 g)

Range Res. Accuracy
WBGT Indoor:
@95% RH -10C ~ 52C
@95% RH 14F ~ 126C
0.1 Indoor:
1C (15 ~ 59C) 1.5C (Others)
1.8F (59 ~ 138F) 2.7F (Others)
Outdoor:
@0% RH -10C ~ 34C
@0% RH 14F ~ 93C
Outdoor:
1.5C (15 ~ 56C) 2C (Others)
2.7F (59 ~ 132F) 3.6F (Others)
Air Temperature -0 ~ 50C
32 ~ 122F
(@15 ~ 40C)
0.8C
1.5F
BGT -10 ~ 65C
14 ~ 149F
(@15 ~ 40C)
0.6C
1.1F
RH 5 ~ 95% RH >= 70% RH: 3% rdg
+ 1% RH,
Dew Point C -25.3 ~ 48.9C The dew point and wet bulb temperature values are calculated automatically using the humidity/air temperature measurement.
Dew Point F -13.5 ~ 120.1F
Wet Bulb C @95% RH -10C ~ 58C
(@0% RH -10C ~ 25C)
Wet Bulb F @95% RH 14F ~ 136F
(@0% RH 14F ~ 77F)

Standards

Certificate of Compliance Traceable to N.I.S.T. (for RH & Air Temperature only) (optional)
Specifies that the standards against which the product has been certified or calibrated were themselves calibrated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (N.I.S.T.), or with N.I.S.T. calibrated equipment under conditions specified by N.I.S.T.
Heat Index Risk Level Protective Measures
Lower (Caution) • Provide drinking water
• Ensure that adequate medical services are available
• Plan ahead for times when heat index is higher, including worker heat safety training
• Encourage workers to wear sunscreen
If workers must wear heavy protective clothing, perform strenuous activity or work in the direct sun, additional precautions are recommended to protect workers from heat-related illness.*
91F ~ 103F Moderate In addition to the steps listed above:
• Remind workers to drink water often (about 4 cups/hour)**
• Review heat-related illness topics with workers: how to recognize heat-related illness, how to prevent it, and what to do if someone gets sick
• Schedule frequent breaks in cool, shaded area
• Acclimatize workers
• Set up buddy system/instruct supervisors to watch workers for signs of heat-related illness
If workers must wear heavy protective clothing, perform strenuous activity or work in the direct sun, additional precautions are recommended to protect workers from heat-related illness.*
• Schedule activities at a time when the heat index is lower
• Develop work/rest schedules
• Monitor workers closely
103F ~ 115F High In addition to the steps listed above:
• Alert workers of high risk conditions
• Actively encourage workers to drink plenty of water (about 4 cups/hour)**
• Limit physical exertion (e.g. use mechanical lifts)
• Have a knowledgeable person at the worksite who is well-informed about heat-related illness and able to determine appropriate work/rest schedules
• Establish and enforce work/rest schedules
• Adjust work activities (e.g., reschedule work, pace/rotate jobs)
• Use cooling techniques
• Watch/communicate with workers at all times
When possible, reschedule activities to a time when heat index is lower
> 115F Very High
to Extreme
Reschedule non-essential activity for days with a reduced heat index or to a time when the heat index is lower
Move essential work tasks to the coolest part of the work shift; consider earlier start times, split shifts, or evening and night shifts.
Strenuous work tasks and those requiring the use of heavy or non-breathable clothing or impermeable chemical protective clothing should not be conducted when the heat index is at or above 115F.
If essential work must be done, in addition to the steps listed above:
• Alert workers of extreme heat hazards
• Establish water drinking schedule (about 4 cups/hour)**
• Develop and enforce protective work/rest schedules
• Conduct physiological monitoring (e.g., pulse, temperature, etc)
• Stop work if essential control methods are inadequate or unavailable.
*The heat index is a simple tool and a useful guide for employers making decisions about protecting workers in hot weather. It does not account for certain conditions that contribute additional risk, such as physical exertion. Consider taking the steps at the next highest risk level to protect workers from the added risks posed by:
• Working in the direct sun (can add up to 15F to the heat index value)
• Wearing heavy clothing or protective gear
**Under most circumstances, fluid intake should not exceed 6 cups per hour or 12 quarts per day. This makes it particularly important to reduce work rates, reschedule work, or enforce work/rest schedules.
Sourced from OSHA: https://mansionschools.com/protective_measures.html

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