Data logger - temperature – the most important features
An important factor when choosing a data logger for temperature and humidity is the question of where you intend to use it. The accuracy of measurement may be more important in some areas than in other categories. If you use the data logger for checking rooms to monitor good indoor air quality, the accuracy is less important than in a special cooling chamber. It is particularly important to get precise values when it comes to cold chain compliance. However, if you just want to measure the ambient conditions in an office, the values do not need to be exact down to the decimal point. The product information concerning measuring accuracy is therefore a point to be considered when it comes to choosing the appropriate instrument.
Data has to be recorded over a longer period of time in many areas. The service life of the rechargeable battery therefore has an important role to play. The same applies to signalling by the temperature logger, when the rechargeable battery's energy is coming to an end. Some instruments are capable of saving the data, even when the rechargeable battery is no longer working. However, it is no longer possible to make another measurement. It is all the more important that you are informed in good time, when replacement of the battery unit is needed.
The temperature logger saves the data. These data have to be transmitted to the PC for analysis. This transmission can be carried out in various ways. There is thus a special data monitoring system which you can work with. The thermometer datalogger that is equipped in this way:
- checks the temperature
- controls the humidity values
- saves time and costs
- transmits the data via Ethernet or radio
- offers alarm notification options