Data loggers for temperature, relative humidity, pressure and more, data loggers for process signals, data loggers for strain gauges, PC-independent design with own power supply and memory, single and multi-channels and more

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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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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…
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High Temperature Data Logger (Autoclave)

High Temperature Data Logger (Autoclave)

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from € 542,30 excl. VAT
€ 656,18 incl. VAT
±0.1°C Accuracy. Operates Up to 140°C Without Optional Thermal Shield. Submersible (IP68). User Replaceable Battery. Reusable. Programmable…
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Pulse Input Data Logger

Pulse Input Data Logger

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€ 107,50 excl. VAT
€ 130,08 incl. VAT
Pulse input data logger with 10 Year Battery Life. 10 KHz Pulse Rate. Multiple Start/Stop Function. Ultra High Speed Download. Memory: 500,…
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Voltage Data Loggers

Voltage Data Loggers

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€ 194,10 excl. VAT
€ 234,86 incl. VAT
Voltage Data Logger with Multiple Start/Stop Function. Programmable Engineering Units. Large Data Storage 1,000,000 Readings. 10-Year…
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DC current Data Logger

DC current Data Logger

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€ 194,10 excl. VAT
€ 234,86 incl. VAT
±20mA & ±160mA DC current, perfect as your 4-20mA data logger. 10 Year Battery Life. 4 Hz Reading Rate. Multiple Start/Stop Function. 1…
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...