Dataloggers Articles

  • What is a Data Logger?

    Data loggers are electronic devices designed to collect and store one or more parameters typically from some type of physical measurement sensor independently of a PC or computer system. The market generally understands a data logger to have a sample rate of once per second or slower. Dataloggers are typically battery operated and may have options for ...


    By CAS DataLoggers

  • Tech-Tipp: Datatransmission between two OTT netDLs via IP

    This Tech-Tipp explains how to couple two OTT netDL dataloggers to exchange measured data. This is really helpful in data monitoring or measuring systems with a redundant structure.  Coupling of two OTT netDLs can be realized via a direct connection with a ...


    By OTT HydroMet

  • How can I ensure my export shipments stay within temperature during shipping?

    Q: I need to send shipments overseas, but need to make sure that they have not been temperature abused during shipping. How can I prove to my customers that the goods have stayed within temperature while in transit? A: As you’re sending the goods out to customers you need a datalogger which is low cost and easy to use – I would recommend ...


    By Camlab Limited

  • Can I monitor multiple points on one datalogger?

    Yes – using the Ebro EBI-310 USB datalogger you can monitor up to 3 points with one unit. The logger has a built in sensor, but by adding an adapter and external probes the one unit can monitor the temperature of up to 3 locations. This could mean monitoring the laboratory room temperature, ...


    By Camlab Limited

  • Infrared satellite rainfall monitoring: relationships between cloud towers, rainfall intensity, and lightning

    Infrared satellite precipitation estimation algorithms rely on relationships between cloud top properties and rainfall. This study is unique in comparing instantaneous (rather than average) precipitation distributions and lightning strikes to satellite-detected cloud tower attributes. Roughly 2/3 of cloud towers represented areas of strong updrafts rising out of the surrounding cloud mass. Half ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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