This range of Data Loggers is accessible in different mechanism, output and design based choices. These apparatus are used as reliable wireless systems for monitoring humidity, temperature and other factors of several goods that tend to decay during storage. These adopt Modbus over IP as their communication protocol. Offered Data Loggers are known for having maximum 500 m measurement range, simple installation technique, consistent operation and high precision level. These are also suitable for consistent monitoring of cold room and cooling equipments. Standard of these products has been tested on the basis of their service life, durability, design, user friendliness, etc.
Data Logger Features:
1. Data Recording: Data loggers are primarily used to record data from various sensors or inputs. They can log different types of data such as temperature, humidity, pressure, voltage, current, light, motion, and more.
2. Storage Capacity: Data loggers have built-in memory or storage capacity to store the recorded data. The storage capacity can vary, ranging from kilobytes to gigabytes, depending on the model.
3. Sampling Rate: This refers to how frequently the data logger records data. It can range from milliseconds to hours, depending on the specific requirements of the application.
4. Sensor Inputs: Data loggers come with multiple sensor inputs, allowing you to connect and record data from different sensors simultaneously.
5. Communication Interfaces: Data loggers often have communication ports or interfaces to download data, configure settings, and interface with a computer or other devices. Common interfaces include USB, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or RS-232.
6. Battery or Power Options: Data loggers can be powered by built-in batteries, external power sources, or a combination of both. Long battery life is essential for applications where access to the device might be limited.
7. Display and Controls: Some data loggers come with a built-in display and control buttons, enabling you to view data, configure settings, or start/stop logging without connecting to an external device.
8. Real-time Monitoring: Advanced data loggers can offer real-time monitoring capabilities, allowing you to view data remotely through a computer, smartphone, or cloud service.
9. Alarm and Alert Functions: Data loggers can be programmed to trigger alarms or alerts based on specific conditions, such as exceeding preset thresholds. These alerts can be visual, audible, or sent via email/SMS.
10. Data Encryption and Security: For sensitive data logging applications, some loggers offer data encryption and security features to protect the data from unauthorized access.
11. Environmental Protection: Data loggers designed for outdoor or harsh environments may have protective casings, weatherproofing, or resistance to temperature extremes, dust, and moisture.
12. Calibration and Accuracy: Calibration features ensure that the data logger maintains accurate measurements over time. Some devices may also provide the option for field calibration.
13. Data Analysis Software: Manufacturers often provide software tools to analyze and visualize the data collected by the loggers, simplifying the interpretation of results.
14. Multiple Logging Modes: Data loggers may support different logging modes, such as continuous logging, interval logging, event-based logging, or trigger-based logging.