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Data Loggers

Data loggers record measurements over time, from any kind of sensor - temperature, humidity, pressure, electrical power etc.

Temperature / Humidity Loggers

Data loggers for measuring and recording temperature and/or humidity only

Electrical Power Loggers

Data loggers for measuring and recording electrical power: AC voltage, current, kW, power-factor etc

General Purpose Data Loggers

Data loggers designed for general purpose use, supporting multiple different sensor types

Specific Purpose Data Loggers

Data loggers designed for specific purposes, including mains power monitoring, pressure, time-of-use, etc

A data logger is a battery-powered, compact device that records measurements over time. It contains an internal microprocessor, one or more sensors or sensor ports, and data storage. You’ll find a broad range of quality data loggers at Esis, and they’re excellent for personal or business use. You can deploy your USB data logger in a range of environments to record your measurements at set times for years without having to attend to them.

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Depending on the type of data logger, your measurements can include relative humidity, temperature, differential pressure, AC/DC  currents and voltage, light intensity, water temperature, time-of-use for motors or lights, water level, soil moisture, dissolved oxygen, wind speed, rainfall, wind direction, pulse signals, leaf wetness, plug load, room occupancy and much more.

Data loggers can be single units, multi-channel data collection units or a stand-alone device that fits neatly into the palm of your hand. They all use some type of sensor, either external or built in.

How Do You Use a Data Logger?

No matter the type of data logger you choose to get, almost all function much the same way. You’ll use accompanying configuration and graphing software to connect to your data logger to determine the best way for you to configure it. This includes how to start it, which sensors to use, and how often to take measurements. Then, you deploy your USB data logger to the location you want to monitor. The logger will start recording every time-stamped measurement you set and store it so you can look back at it later.

After your data logger works for your desired monitoring length of time, you can connect it to your computer and use the software to analyse your data. You’ll get a readout with data and display measurements in graphs that give you the area’s profile over your set time frame. You can check tabular data and export everything out into spreadsheets as well. The five steps include:

  1. Download the relevant software and install it into your laptop or device. 
  2. Connect your USB data logger and set your chosen parameters. 
  3. Take your data logger out to your desired location and set it up to record your data. 
  4. Reconnect your data logger to your device either through USB or a mobile device. 
  5. Download your data files and analyse it with the included software. 

Esis Has a Range of Data Loggers and USB Data Loggers Available

If you need high-quality USB data loggers, look no further than our exclusive stock at Esis. We offer temperature and humidity loggers, electrical power loggers, general purpose data loggers and specific-purpose data loggers to our clients.

If you’d like to know more about our data loggers, reach out and contact us today!

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General Purpose Data Loggers

Data loggers designed for general purpose use, supporting multiple different sensor types

Temperature / Humidity Loggers

Data loggers for measuring and recording temperature and/or humidity only

Electrical Power Loggers

Data loggers for measuring and recording electrical power: AC voltage, current, kW, power-factor etc

Specific Purpose Data Loggers

Data loggers designed for specific purposes, including mains power monitoring, pressure, time-of-use, etc

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