LogTag Temperature Recorders
LogTag Temperature Recorders

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LogTag Dry Ice Logger

LogTag Model: TRIL-8

For extremely low temperatures – with no probe. This specialist LogTag will record temperatures as low as -80°C.

A$192.50 incl. GST

10-49 $173
50-99 $163.50
100+ $154

Note: Bulk pricing will be applied in the shopping cart.

Push Button Start

Configure the Tag to use Push Button Start and there is no rush about getting the Tag from the Reader to the refrigerator. Logging will not begin until the Start button is pushed.

Visual Alerts

If the Tag logs temperatures outside the safe range you have set, the Alert LED will flash red, giving you a handy visual notification that there has been a problem.

Easy to use

The LogTag is so simple to set up and use that you'll be an expert in no time. We have a full LogTag training program on our site

Pack it with your shipment

If you’re dealing with dry ice, such as the transportation of goods cooled by dry ice, the LogTag Dry Ice Recorder is the product for you. Directly monitor temperatures as low as -80°C with the battery capability to record for 1,000 hours at that temperature.

This logger doesn’t require a probe. Pack it directly in with your shipment for the most accurate measurements.

LogTag in Dry Ice

An important note about downloading results from the TRIL-8

The TRIL-8 loggers must be allowed to warm up to room temperature before downloading the results via the LogTag interface. 


Product Model TRIL-8.
Sensor Measurement Range -80°C to +40°C (-112°F to +104°F).
Operating Temperature Range -80°C to +40°C (-112°F to +104°F).
Storage Temperature Range -20°C to +40°C (-4°F to +104°F).
Rated Temperature Reading Accuracy Better than ±1°C for -30°C to +20°C.
Better than ±1.2°C for -45°C to -30°C and +20°C to +40°C.
Better than ±1.7°C for +80°C to -45°C.
Actual performance is typically much better than the rated values. Please see the Rated Absolute Accuracy chart below.
Accuracy figures can be improved by recalibration.
Rated Temperature Reading Resolution Less than 0.1°C for -80°C to 0°C.
Less than 0.2°C for 0°C to +20°C.
Less than 0.5°C for +20°C to +40°C.
Please see the Rated Native Resolution chart below.
LogTag Analyzer® currently displays to one decimal place of °C or °F. The native resolution is what is stored in the LogTag®.
Sensor Reaction Time Typically less than 5 minutes (T90) in moving air (1m/s).
Recording Capacity 8000 temperature readings. 53 days @ 10min logging, 80 days @ 15min logging.
Sampling Interval Configurable from 1 minute to 18 hours.
Logging Start Options Push button start or specific date & time.
Recording Indication Flashing ‘OK’ indicator / flashing ‘ALERT’ indicator.
Download Time Typically less than 5 seconds for full memory (8000 readings), depending on computer or readout device used.
Environmental IP65 (roughly equivalent to NEMA 4).
Power Source 3.6V low temperature chemistry Lithium battery.
Battery Life Storage life of up to 12 months before ‘start’. Rated for up to 1000 hours of exposure to -80°C.
Real Time Clock Built-in real time clock.
Rated accuracy ±25ppm @ 25°C (equivalent to 2.5 seconds/day).
Rated temperature coefficient is -0.034 ±0.006ppm/°C (I.e typically +/- 0.00294 seconds/day/°C).
Size 86mm(H) x 54.5mm(W) x 8.6mm(T).
Weight 35g.
Case Material Polycarbonate.

Compliance and Certifications
FDA CFR21 Part 11 FCC EMC Directive CE EMC Directives Conforms to RoHS

Protect your logger

Protect your Dry Ice LogTag from bumps and scrapes with a sturdy plastic case.

The design of the enclosure minimises the effects of thermal lag caused by additional casing.

LogTag in case

A note about battery life

As the temperature drops, so does the life of your battery.

The LogTag Dry Ice Temperature Recorder is one of the only loggers that will even function at -78.5°C, the surface temperature of dry ice, but any electronic device operating at that temperature pays a price in battery life.

The device was previously rated at 1,000 readings, but now the fine print reads 1,000 hours at -80°C.

That’s quite a difference. If you’re sampling every five minutes, that equates to 12,000 readings, not 1,000.

Remember that the LogTag Dry Ice is a reuseable device, so your 1,000 hours are cumulative and may occur over the course of a year or two. In between uses, when the LogTag is at room temperature, the battery will last as long as a regular logger.

Do you have the USB Reader Interface?

To use this LogTag, you will need a USB interface and the LogTag Analyzer software installed on your PC.

This LogTag uses the same Reader as other LogTags, so if you already have one, it will work with these  models.

If not, make sure you order one as well. As a bonus, we include the latest free LogTag Analyzer software on USB.