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Setting Automatic Scheduled Downloads Using the Grant Downloader

Grant Squirrel Data Loggers Auto-Send Data at User Set Intervals Grant Instruments’ Grant Downloader application enables users to set up automatic data downloads from Grant Squirrel Series Data Loggers. By configuring any number of profiles, users can quickly retrieve all data straight from their desktop with just one click. In addition, the Downloader application also … Continued

How to Set up a Grant SQ20xx Datalogger for Temp and RH Sensors

Monitor Multiple Values using a Universal Data Logger Do you need to monitor both temperature and humidity in an industrial or lab application? CAS DataLoggers presents this handy tutorial from Grant Instruments showing how to connect a temperature and humidity sensor to Grant Squirrel SQxx dataloggers. You can also view the YouTube video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Q3VCfEiMVs. … Continued

Video Shows Bakers How to Use a Datalogger for Food Safety

Free Downloadable Baking Process Kill Step Calculator from AIB A helpful tutorial from the American Institute of Bakers (AIB) website shows how bakers can use a data logger to generate oven temperature profiles and improve food safety. Oven temperature data loggers are an ideal way for QC managers working under new FSMA standards to present … Continued

Connecting Bridge Sensors to the SQ2020/SQ2040 Series Loggers

Using Grant Dataloggers to Connect Strain Gauges, Load Cells and More Bridge sensors are commonly used in many data logging applications including construction, building conservation and the manufacture of pressure sensors. Bridge sensors include strain gauges, pressure sensors and load cells. A bridge sensor consists of four resistive elements of which one or more change … Continued

Using a Digital Input to Start and Stop a Grant SQ20XX Data Logger

Grant’s Portable and Cost-Effective Monitoring Solutions Many Grant Squirrel owners want to use their logger’s digital input to extend logging duration since they don’t need the device to continually log data, and this also helps users who don’t want to sift through a massive amount of data to get the specific information they need. In … Continued

Using Grants Scheduled Downloader With SQ Series Loggers

Grant’s Squirrelview Plus software offers users a unique function that utilizes Windows Scheduling Service to allow for automated downloading of data. This tool is located in the ‘Tools’ menu of the Squirrelview Assistant. This short, basic tutorial will guide you through this convenient function. First launch Squirrelview Plus (Note: If using Vista or Windows 7, … Continued

Updating Firmware For Grant SQ20XX Series

For the Popular Grant Squirrel 20XX Series DataLoggers With each new release of Grant’s user-friendly Squirrelview software, there is often also a new firmware release for the bestselling Grant Squirrel 20XX series dataloggers. This quick tutorial shows users step by step how to update the firmware on their Squirrel data loggers. First plug the SQ20XX … Continued

How to Increase the Internal Memory of Squirrel Data Loggers

Using Grant SQ2010/2020/2040 Data Loggers If you’re working on a data acquisition project requiring extended data collection, Grant Squirrel series data loggers allow users to increase their internal memories if necessary. Grant and its North American distributor CAS DataLoggers show you how it’s done in this brief Technical Article. You can also watch Grant’s YouTube … Continued

Connecting a Pressure Sensor to a Grant SQ2010 Data Logger

Grant SQ2010 Portable Universal Input Data Logger This article will explain how to connect pressure transducers and data loggers–specifically, transducers with an analog current signal (4-20ma), and the popular Grant Instruments SQ2010 portable universal input dataloggers. Required items for this project include a 2-wire pressure transducer with a 4-20ma signal; a 24V DC power supply, … Continued