Record Wind, Rain, Solar Data & More
Compact and portable data logging systems which feature universal inputs to connect with a wide range of weather sensors to capture and record environmental data in applications such as pollution monitoring, measuring rainfall, and more. Stand-alone data loggers monitor data from weather stations and many weather sensors including rain gauges, barometers, pyrometers, etc. for getting detailed knowledge of weather conditions including highly-accurate temperature readings. These sensors measure typical and specialty parameters such as temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation, wind speed/direction, water level, and more, providing real-time information of conditions and to capture historical data. These dataloggers are durable, weather-resistant, and available in optional weatherproof enclosures to keep logging through the worst weather.
Portable data loggers from Grant Instruments such as the Squirrel SQ2020 series data loggers are constructed with a handheld, compact design for a truly portable solution and an extended battery life for long periods of unattended logging. The economical Squirrel 2010s are built to withstand the worst possible conditions, including wild temperature fluctuations and heavy rains.
Our dataTaker intelligent data loggers are used worldwide for their highly-durable construction. You can just leave the dataTaker to log unattended using its internal battery for extensive operation. The stand-alone dataTaker DT82E Environmental Datalogger provides your project with an extensive array of communications features including USB memory stick support and modem connection. Our dataTaker DT82EM offers all the above functionality and also adds an in-built cellular modem for remote monitoring capability.
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