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data loggers

How to Choose a Data Logger

Digital data loggers represent the state of the art in environmental monitoring technology. They're compact, versatile, and can easily be scaled up to keep pace with a growing business.  

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Why Is a Data Logger Better Than a Thermometer?

Temperature is arguably the most critical environmental variable to measure and record. This is primarily because temperature determines the rate of chemical processes, like bacterial growth, degradation of fragile vaccines, and food spoilage. It also drives physical processes like melting,...

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What Is a Temperature Data Logger and How Is It Used in Environmental Monitoring?

There are many industries in which controlling the temperature of spaces like warehouses, freezers, and shipping containers is a critical part of doing business. In these industries, data loggers are commonly used to measure and record temperature.

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How Do Data Loggers Work: A Complete Guide

A data logger is a small, self-contained unit that measures and records a stream of information. This information can be stored for later retrieval and analysis, or transmitted to a central location in real time. A common use for data loggers is to monitor environmental conditions in areas where...

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6 Signs It’s Time for a Digital Data Logger Upgrade

Data loggers are a key part of a comprehensive environmental monitoring strategy. Having the most up-to-date digital data loggers can simplify regulatory compliance and help to protect sensitive assets.

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Temperature, Humidity, Pressure & Voltage: A Guide to Data Logger Functions

At the most basic level, data loggers are stand-alone units that record a stream of information from a sensor, or a set of sensors. The data logger stores this information for later review, analysis, and archiving, and may even trigger alarms if a problem is detected. They are a critical...

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5 Reasons It’s Time to Consider Upgrading from Chart Recorders to Data Loggers

There are essentially two types of devices used today for environmental monitoring and record-keeping: mechanical chart recorders and digital data loggers (DDLs). Chart recorders are, by far, the older technology, dating back about 100 years.

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