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Considerations when renting or leasing a datalogger
When you are choosing a datalogger to rent or lease you need to consider exactly what you will be measuring and logging. Make sure the device is capable of taking the measurements and recordings that you need, whatever they might be. Also, make sure the display is easy-to-read, or that it will connect with the type of laptop or other device you plan to use for the data.
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AEMC PEL 103 Single/Three-Phase Power & Energy Logger with LCD and Bluetooth

KEY FEATURES Provides all the necessary functions for power and energy data logging of 50, 60, 400 Hz and DC distribution systems Current measurements from 200 mA up to 10,000 A using flexible c ...
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REED SD-8205 SD Series Vibration Meter, Datalogger

REED SD-8205 Offers This SD series datalogging vibration meter measures velocity and acceleration to determine vibration levels in machinery. The SD-8205 meets ISO1954 standards and features RMS, Pea ...
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REED SD-6020 SD Series Force Gauge Datalogger, 44lbs (20kg)

REED SD-6020 Offers This gauge has the ability to measure push and pull forces up to 44lbs (20kg) and features a reversible display ensuring measurements are easily read, regardless of testing direct ...
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REED SD-6100 SD Series Force Gauge Datalogger, 220lbs (100kg)

Datalogger with date/time stamp stores measurements on SD memory card without the need for software This gauge has the ability to measure push and pull forces up to 220lbs (100kg) and features a reve ...
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-35°C to +70°C 184T3 Datalogger

Data logger -35°C to +70°C - 184T3 ...
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-190°C to +260°C 176T4 Datalogger

Data logger -190°C to +260°C - 176T4 ...
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Features of dataloggers

There are many different types of dataloggers available. Some of them are general-purpose devices that can record different types of data. Of course, there are also devices that are used especially for certain fields and industries. Naturally, you will want to make sure you are choosing a datalogger that is right for your specific needs.

Some of the other ways that laboratories are utilizing dataloggers include taking recordings of gas pressure, measuring variations in light intensity, measuring vibration, and more. In addition, they are often used outside of the lab in a variety of other ways including road traffic counting and motor racing.

How dataloggers work

Why are so many laboratories utilizing dataloggers today? The answer is simple. With the dataloggers, it is possible to collect data quickly and easily, and around-the-clock. It is generally possible to begin the data recorder and then leave it unattended. In addition, these are generally stand-alone systems. They can take measurements and record the data, which can then be utilized or monitored, as needed. Some of the different types of things that are often recorded with a datalogger include the relative humidity, and the air temperature.

About dataloggers

A datalogger is an electronic device that will record various types of data over a specific time or in relation to a location. In some cases, the datalogger may have a built-in sensor or instrument. Other times, they may have external sensors and instruments. Most of the modern dataloggers available today are digital, and some of the options will work with a personal computer and software that will allow you to analyze and view the data that has been collected. However, there are other dataloggers that have an interface right on the device, such as an LCD screen.

Datalogger Manufacturers

You will find quite a few companies today that offer dataloggers. Some of the companies that manufacture these items include Omega, A Scientific Company, Biomedical Solutions, DAI Scientific, Pacific Science, and Porter Creek Instruments LLC. Keep in mind, that these are just some of the many different companies offering dataloggers today.

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