What is a data logger?

A data logger is an electronic device that automatically monitors and records environmental parameters over time. It enables the measurement, documentation, validation, and analysis of conditions in various settings.

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Tinytag Product Range

Tinytag offers a diverse range of data logging devices. These standalone, battery-powered units are particularly beneficial in areas or environments where electrical supply is limited or unavailable.

Data loggers receive input from external environmental sensors, which capture specific parameters. The gathered information is stored internally on a memory chip within the data logger. Later, this stored data can be transferred to a computer for detailed analysis.

Data loggers have the capability to monitor an array of parameters, including temperature, humidity, power usage (single and three-phase), CO2 levels, mV (millivolts), mA (milliamperes), voltage, and count (pulses).

To delve deeper into the world of data loggers, you can read our informative article on how data loggers work or explore some of our enlightening case studies.