Marshall Fleet Solutions Launches MFS TempLog Datalogger.

As part of the planned expansion of its product and services portfolio, Marshall Fleet Solutions has launched MFS TempLog, a proven datalogger that enables temperature data capture and printing for any transport refrigeration system, and can be fitted to any refrigerated van, truck or trailer

MFS TempLog is an innovative datalogger with advanced features to respond to multiple needs, focusing on accurate readings, flexible export options and an intuitive interface.

Simple and easy to install, MFS TempLog is compact, easy to use, flexible to download and quick to generate printouts. Most importantly, it works with temperature sensors that are independent from the refrigeration system to ensure 0.5K accuracy between -25°C and +8°C, and 1K between -30°C to -25°C and +8°C to +30°C.

“The launch of the new range MFS TempLog dataloggers represents another great addition to the MFS product range, perfectly complementing our portfolio of innovative and exciting temperature controlled products, and follows on perfectly from our recent promotion for the ThermoLite range of solar panels and the Thermo King TracKing special 3 month deal,” said Mark Howell, managing director, Marshall Fleet Solutions.

Further detailed information about MFS TempLog is available on the MFS website on or by emailing MFS on

MFS TempLog Datalogger – Key features
• Simple and clear touch screen display
• Independent temperature sensors
• Soft copy export of tickets to USB flash drive
• High-speed thermal printer for quick print out
• 0.5 K accuracy
• Suitable for ANY transport refrigeration equipment
• Fits ALL makes of refrigerated van, truck, or trailer

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