Equipment for data collection and processing, smart industry devices for IIoT, plug-in cards for PC and laptops, data loggers, recorders, transducers, wireless equipment, devices connected via USB, panel printers, plotters, DIN rail signal converters, software for data acquisition and engineering applications…

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Temperature and Humidity Data Logger

Temperature and Humidity Data Logger

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from € 61,30 excl. VAT
€ 74,17 incl. VAT
Built-in LCD for Display of Measured Value(s). Water and Dust Protection to IP67 Standard, with Cap Fitted. Alarm Settings; LED Light(s)…
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Temperature Data Logger

Temperature Data Logger

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€ 107,50 excl. VAT
€ 130,08 incl. VAT
±0.5°C (±0.9°F) Accuracy. Multiple Start/Stop Function. Ultra High Speed Download. Memory: 1 Million Readings. Memory Wrap Around. Battery…
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OM-21A

Single Use Temperature Logger with PDF Output

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from € 158,90 excl. VAT
€ 192,27 incl. VAT
Low cost - Price is for 10 Pieces. 6-Mark Points Supported. Generates a PDF Report Without Any Software. One Button to Start or Stop. LED…
Data Logger - Introduction to Data Logging Devices

Data Logger - Introduction to Data Logging Devices

Technically speaking, a data logger is any device that can be used to store data. This includes many data acquisition devices such as plug-in boards or serial communication systems which use a computer as a real time data recording system. Most instrument manufacturers, however, consider a datalogger a stand alone device that can read various types of electrical signals and store the data in internal memory for later download to a computer.

The advantage of data loggers is that they can operate independently of a computer, unlike many other types of data acquisition devices. Data loggers are available in various shapes and sizes...


Upgrade Legacy Systems to IIoT and Achieve More

Upgrade Legacy Systems to IIoT and Achieve More

Industrial Internet of Things or IIoT is a prerequisite for industries looking to embrace digital transformation. It is through this connected ecosystem that businesses gain increased visibility in their processes, ensure equipment uptime, perform predictive maintenance, and increase productivity and profitability.

However, realizing these benefits through smart factory initiatives is more challenging than it may seem. The most common obstacle is collecting operational data from legacy machines and communicating that data to the cloud...