Data recorder: the different versions
There are different data logger designs. Use of the data logger for temperature measurements is particularly well-known and frequent. However, there are also other versions which it may make sense to use. One of these is the CO₂ data logger. It is able to measure the gas concentration in the air. The CO data logger can be of particular interest in areas where many people work, or also learn, in a small space. It indicates when it is sensible to ventilate the rooms.
UV intensity can have an influence on quality, in particular when storing goods, for example in logistics. Measurement is possible using a UV data logger which can be fitted in the rooms. Just like UV intensity, impacts and vibrations can also lead to damage, for instance during transport. The shock data logger can provide information about these activities in this area.
- It may make sense to use multiple dataloggers
- Measurements of temperature, CO₂ concentration or shocks are possible
- Detailed measurement results