Other data loggers
In addition to the data loggers with an Internet connection (also called Cloud loggers) which we already know about, there are of course many more data loggers for a really wide variety of measuring tasks. These data loggers make sure that the measurement parameters which are relevant to your application are monitored securely and reliably.
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Precise measuring technology in a compact format – that's what our data loggers stand for. Whatever measurement parameters you want to measure and monitor – we have the solution.
The most common models are temperature / humidity data loggers, because they record the two measurement parameters which are needed in most applications.
The tasks carried out by pressure data loggers include continuous measurement and documentation of absolute pressure. This is particularly important in the laboratory environment, where consistently constant ambient conditions are essential for the success of the work taking place there.
CO₂ data loggers measure and document the carbon dioxide content of the indoor air. If this is too high, users of the room can experience discomfort, tiredness or concentration problems. That is why these data loggers are often used in universities, nursery schools or offices.
CO data loggers can save lives. By measuring carbon monoxide, which is dangerous for human beings, and providing an alarm notification when limit values are exceeded, they fulfil an important task in boiler rooms, kitchens and bathrooms and other locations.
UV data loggers are generally used in museums, archives or galleries. They measure and monitor the incoming UV radiation, because this is harmful to light-sensitive objects.
Shock data loggers measure and document vibrations during the transport of sensitive goods from the pharmaceutical, food, electronics or art sectors. On arrival at the destination, you can immediately see whether the vibration tolerances have been complied with or not.