Gemini Data Loggers introduces new Tinytag Instrumentation range of voltage, current and count input data loggers that connect to a variety of third-party sensors. The new range will enable users to measure and record a wide range of properties such as pressure, flow rate, rainfall and footfall.
These data loggers input options include voltage from 0 to 25V DC and current from 0 to 20 mA DC. A count input is also available that records up to 14,000 counts per logging interval.
The loggers are available in a robust, waterproof case (Plus 2) and splash-proof cases with a digital display (View 2), supporting a range of different environments and applications. Moreover, this new range of data loggers offers additional benefits such as higher resolution and accuracy, faster download speed and battery monitoring circuit.
With factory configuration to custom specifications, the device can show readings appropriate for the sensor they are connected to. Each customised data logger is provided with a unique reference number, enabling customers to place repeat orders in the future without having to resubmit the scaling data.
Tinytag instrumentation loggers are very cost-effective. If a user wishes to change the sensor that the logger is
attached to, Gemini Data Loggers provides a rescaling service which makes this possible. Subsequently, the device is suitable for a different application Lead time for a customised data logger is only 10 working days.
“We are very pleased to launch this new Tinytag Instrumentation range,” commented Nigel Palmer, Sales Manager, at Gemini Data Loggers. “The loggers can monitor almost any condition by interfacing to a vast range of sensors. With custom configurations available in just 10 working days, this new family enables customers to rapidly deploy efficient data logging solutions to measure the conditions that matter to them.”
Gemini Data Loggers,
Phone: 01243 813000
Fax: 01243 531948
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