Choosing a company to partner with you in order to help monitor your environment can be tedious and taxing. With multiple choices for every industry, and dozens of variables to consider (before even getting to the variables that you will monitor), the choices seem endless. So how do you narrow it...Read More
Below two parties provide evidence on why you should, or should not get a temperature, or temperature and humidity data logger with a display . . . a verdict follows.Read More
The new HT350 is evidence that at Dickson, we do our research. We've spent the last few years attending meat processing trade shows, visiting customers who have mastered the meat manufacturing process, and poring over the data logger landscape as it relates to the meat and poultry industry. Then we...Read More
Earlier this summer, on a bright but cool morning, our DicksonOne Product Manager, Matt, walked into work, tossed a Report Logger at me, and said something along the lines of, "That was in my car for three months, just now took it out." I, being a bit groggy, and still without my morning cup(s) of...Read More
Most chart recorder customers have been using their devices for a long time. When they run out of charts, they buy new ones. When their pens run dry, they buy new ones. If you are one of these people, you probably feel like you know what you are looking for . . .Read More
We are currently moving into the depths of summer, nearing the end of sun burned grass, and towards the oranges, reds, and yellows of fall. Summer brings hot weather, whether humid or dry. For one particular group of our customers, that means a change in how the produce, implant, and monitor their...Read More
Your data: How you want it, When you want it.
If you've ever talked to someone from Dickson, visited our trade show booth, or read other articles from this blog, you may have heard us say "Dickson means Data." To us, this means that the users of our products can acquire the data they need in the...Read More
What is it?
If you have a data logger or chart recorder, you probably have heard of calibration, and calibration has probably given you a headache. Calibration, or the process of checking and adjusting your measuring device to read temperature and humidity (or any variable, at that) more accurately...Read More
A little less than two years ago, our Product Manager, Matt, wrote a blog post after a semi-truck took out some power lines around the Dickson offices and manufacturing plant. Well, it happened again. . .Read More