Irish company provides range of devices for logging data
There are many different kinds of devices designed for logging data. From simple systems designed to capture single element readings to multi-channel systems for wider ranging purposes. Irish instrumentation and calibration experts, PJ Boner, have a complete range of data loggers available to suit any purpose and within any industry.
But what is a data logger?
A data logger is quite simply, a device for logging data. Data loggers are devices that collect and process data and display it either on the data logger itself or send it to a centralised database. The types of readings the data logger is used to capture include elemental substances, such as gas emissions, pressure, humidity and air temperature.
There are four main types of devices for logging data
Compact – The low-cost Compact device is designed for a single, specific use such as recording temperature levels in a storage area.
Multi-Channel – Fixed multi-channel data loggers can collect several data outputs in one area and are typically used for checking for various gases that may be leaking in an area as well as other elements such as humidity.
Hand-Held – The Hand-Held unit for logging data is ideal for safety workers when trying to find the source of a leak and checking for current ambient air levels, or it can be used to measure weather systems in remote locations.
Modular – The Modular device can be configured to log many different data types with each module recording specific data and recording it in a central location.
PJ Boner’s range of data loggers include:
- High precision data loggers
- Pressure data loggers
- Temperature and relative humidity data loggers
- Dual channel and pulse input data loggers
- Totally sealed hygienic temperature data loggers
- High accuracy button data loggers
- USB software data loggers
- Tag data loggers
The kind of data logger that is used depends on the type of data that needs to be collected and the environment in which it is to be collected. For more information and advice on devices for logging data visit www.pjboner.com or call us on +353 (0)1 4505050.