What are data loggers and how do they work?

What are data loggers and how do they work?

What is a Datalogger?

A datalogger is a automatic data logger, consisting of one or more probes electronic connected to a control unit capable of recording measurements according to certain established parameters.

The data logger is therefore a device that works through sensors from which it records phenomena at set time intervals.

Seneca: advantages of data loggers

The dataloggers of Seneca they guarantee one open and flexible programming with an environment dedicated to development, with a integrated server and the possibility of an app to manage commands via SMS. They are also easily integrated with different systems such as Scada or Cloud, to facilitate access with the system already present in the company.

In general, data loggers guarantee a large memory capacity and operating autonomy in an instrument with concentrated dimensions. I am also very precise and versatile instruments, with data always available in real time.

Among the advantages of the data loggers it is important to remember that they are economic and that they work 24 hours, with the possibility of obtaining accurate and reliable data.

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How do modern dataloggers work?

The most advanced systems are capable of work on the network and have control of alarms or particular events, but also to generate reports and archive databases.

In some cases the control can also take place remotely, with PC interfaces. Others, on the other hand, only have a local display, but this means that they can also work in total autonomy, without the need for further connections.

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