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What do the indicators on the Tinytag View 2 data logger mean?

Tinytag View 2 data loggers have different indicators on their displays that show the data logger’s status. A full overview…

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Replacement probes for temp and relative humidity data loggers

This article contains information on replacing probes for Tinytag temperature and relative humidity data loggers. Tinytag Radio and LAN data…

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Getting unexpected readings on a humidity logger

If your humidity logger is showing unusual or unexpected readings, it is likely that the sensor has come into contact…

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Using third-party PT100 & PT1000 probes with Tinytag data loggers

Tinytag data loggers can be used with third-party PT100 and PT1000 probes. Information on how to connect third-party probes to…

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Using third-party input leads with Tinytag data loggers

Tinytag voltage, current and count data loggers can be used with third-party input cables. This article contains information on how…

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What do the LEDs on a data logger indicate?

Most Tinytag data loggers have one or more LEDs that indicate the status of the logger. In most cases, the…

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The display on my logger is blank

The display on a Tinyview or Tinytag View 2 data logger will only show readings while the unit is recording.…

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Problems connecting to my data logger

Tinytag Explorer will automatically detect data loggers when they are started or downloaded. If you are having trouble connecting your…

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Benefits of using data loggers

Data loggers are a reliable, low-cost and time-efficient monitoring solution for any measuring opportunity. Some of the key advantages of…

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How do data loggers work?

A data logger typically consists of sensors, a microprocessor, and internal memory for data storage. While some loggers come with…

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