SL7000 Series Data Logger



  • Ambient Operation -30°C to +80°C
  • Multiple Input Variations
  • Multiple Start Logging Options

SL7000 Series Data Logger

The Universal SL7000 Data Logger has up to 4 universal inputs, each accepting; RTD / Pt100, Thermocouple (Types J, K, T, R, S, B, N), mA (4-20mA 4/20mA) Volts, mV, Thermistors, Slidewire, Cu and Ni.

The SL7000 data logger from iCenta Controls has an internal temperature sensor digital input which can be used as a trigger to start logging or as a pulse counter, working in conjunction with flow meters with a pulse output. An optional internal relative humidity sensor is available as well as an optional external sensor. A total of 9 channels (internal temp, internal pulse counter, internal RH, external temp & RH and either 2 or 4 universal inputs.

Features of the SL700 Universal Data Logger include:

  • A huge 6 year battery life
  • Either 62,000 or 128,000 Readings
  • Ambient Operating Temperatures: -30°C to +80°C
  • Multiple Start Logging Options
  • Logging Channel Active & Alarm Indication
  • 1 Second to 24 Hour Interval Data Logging
  • Multiple Input Variations
  • USB Communication (cable supplied)


Manufacturer: iCenta

Part Ref: SL7000

IWN: DL-SL7000

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Product Specification

The Universal SL7000 Data Logger has a digital reader and has up to 4 universal inputs​, perfectly suited for Research and Development Sectors.

Specification Detail of the SL7000 Data Logger:

Pipe Size

Material Body
ABS – Moulded from RoHS compliant material

Flow Range

± 0.5°C (-30°C to +70°C)

Operating Temp Range
-30°C to +70°C (-22°F to 158°F)

High & low alarms can be specified in the software

Communication Interface
USB Isolated (mini-USB 1B Male connector) – Cable Supplied

UL Flame Rating
94-VO at 0.059′ wall
94-5VA at 0.098′ wall
UL File Number: E56070

Number of Readings Stored
128,000 Readings

Internal Battery – LAA (3.6V DC) 2.2 Ah user replaceable Lithium-Thionyl-Chloride


Channel Indicators
8 Green LED’s to indicate logging status changing to Red to indicate alarm conditions.