EBI 300 PDF–Data Logger with USB connection

Standard version


The EBI 300 data logger family was specially created by ebro® to continuously monitor food inside of cooling counters. They are used during the storage as well as during the transport. Moreover, you can find these data loggers in pharmacies to control medicine or in laboratories to supervise temperature and humidity.


The logger EBI 300 is also available with an external probe, than called EBI 300 TE. With the EBI 300 TE you can now measure and record the core temperature of goods, besides of measuring the room temperature.


The EBI 300 TH with an external humidity probe can be used in rooms, in which you have to monitor the relative air humidity and temperature. Sectors in which this data logger can be used are laboratories or during validations.


You can now perform the battery change easily on your own. The temperature data loggers EBI 300 and EBI 300 TE are waterproof (IP 65), the EBI 300 TH, data logger to measure the relative air humidity, has the protection class IP 20. The loggers fulfil the DIN EN 12830 for transport and storage in the sectors C and D and can be used to monitor the temperature as part of their HACCP concept.


Easy handling on a Windows™ computer


Put your logger in an available USB-port and program it with the free download Winlog.basic software. But the easiest way to program your logger is to use the website www.ebi300.com. On there you can choose all your desired parameters and with a click on the button “create configuration” you receive a file to program your EBI 300 to download.

Start measurement

Put your logger on the place you want it to be and start measuring, after you successfully programmed it.


To evaluate your measuring data, just connect your EBI 300 logger with USB-connection to a USB-port on your Windows™ PC.  The logger then automatically creates a PDF report and stores the raw data in a separate file. You can now directly read the report using a PDF Reader. A special evaluation software is not needed. Of course you now can save the measured data onto a separate drive or send them via E-mail. After this, the data logger can again be programmed and is ready for the next measurement activity.