Ideal ambient conditions require reliable control. In a variety of conditions, the instruments help to measure and document pressure, temperature and other characteristics, such as humidity. The appropriate pressure data loggers have the relevant sensors and some of them are equipped for additional temperature and humidity probes. In terms of recording, some instruments have an integrated data monitoring system, while others can be connected to a PC to enable data collection. WiFi data loggers or models with a cable connection come into consideration here. The appropriate software for data readout on the computer is available in three versions and is easy to download.
Recording of pressures made easy
The modern measuring technology integrated into the instrument often enables additional probes to be connected. The display provides users with initial information about the limit values that have been programmed in, any possible exceeding of these values and the remaining battery capacity. If there is only to be a short overview of the data, you do not need to communicate this to the computer, but can read it out directly on the data logger's display.
As standard, the pressure logger has an internal sensor for absolute pressure, along with external connections for humidity and temperature probes. You get a wall bracket, padlock, batteries and a calibration protocol for the instrument.