Now Available: Custom Color Change Temperature Indicators Featuring 'Digitemp® EZ' Easy Read Technology

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LCR Hallcrest custom thermometer strips and graphics feature Digitemp EZ single color technology.

LCR Hallcrest is pleased to announce the availability of custom Digitemp EZ thermometers, which indicate the current temperature with one color in an easy to read format that offers limitless graphic possibilities.

Digitemp EZ, featuring single color change technology, is available in four self-adhesive sizes covering a temperature range of 0 to 60⁰C that is easy to read, accurate to ± 1⁰C and continuously displays the temperature with no batteries. These color change temperature strips include two basic horizontal room thermometers, perfect for insuring that comfortable room temperature is maintained without glass, batteries or mercury.

In addition to the standard Digitemp EZ labels, which cover the temperature range of 0 - 60°C, a full custom manufacturing service is available with a temperature range of 0 to 75⁰C. Products can be manufactured to meet customers' precise requirements of, for example, size, shape, color, temperature range, number of temperature elements, and/or graphic printing (custom logos). Please ask for details.

The EZ Color Change Liquid Crystal is digital in nature and works like an on/off switch, allowing the technology to be applied to custom graphics. Symbols, numbers, letters, and images can be made to appear when an activation point is reached. Triggering points can be mixed to create indicators that monitor a temperature range; High, Low and OK can be combined in one indicator.

“The EZ Read Color Change Liquid Crystal creates a true digital monitor that is easy to read, accurate and can be shaped into your graphic design, so temperature can be displayed traditionally or creatively. Digitemp EZ is the next generation in liquid crystal temperature monitoring, offering custom solutions designed to satisfy the most demanding needs of clients," comments Rocky Sapienza, VP of LCR Hallcrest.

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