Temperature DAQ Systems
Temperature Data Acquisition Systems accept direct connection to thermocouples, RTDs and thermistors as well as other sensor inputs used in laboratory, research, pharmaceutical, food and other temperature focused applications.
With a durable body and design as well as a temperature range of -45°C - 70°C, this rugged data logger can withstand even the toughest industries and conditions.
Connect an array of sensors through the versatile analog and digital channels, high-speed counter inputs, phase encoder inputs and programmable serial sensor channels.
Intelligent Data Dashboard
With the dEX built-in software that runs directly from your web browser you can configure your data logger, view charts and tables and retrieve your data for analysis.
With expansion to over 600 analog inputs, the data logger grows with your developing monitoring project.
Temperature data acquisition systems are versatile and intelligent devices with a durable design that allows for expansion to over 600 analog inputs to grow with your project.
Delphin data acquisition systems and data loggers solve a variety of measurement and control problems in industrial and laboratory applications. They offer a range of systems for industrial, environmental, remote, vibration and transient data logging, data acquisition and control applications.Play Product Videos Shop Now
dataTaker intelligent universal input data loggers and data acquisition systems for environmental, industrial, structural, geotechnical, manufacturing and scientific applications.dataTaker data loggers are used by a broad range of customers across every industry including environmental, industrial, structural, geotechnical, manufacturing, process management, scientific, laboratory and education.Play Product Videos Shop Now
Data Logger vs DAQ
What is the difference between a Data Logger vs DAQ System? A data logger is a type of data acquisition system, but a data acquisition system is not necessarily a datalogger. There are several key functional differences in how the market understands these two classes of instruments. While the differences between these two types of instruments have been reduced as technology has improved, there remain features that separate them.Read More