Dataloggers are used in many process applications to measure temperature, humidity, environmental conditions or to record signals from many types of sensors to monitor manufacturing or chemical processes or equipment. The data collected in these applications can be used simply for tracking historical performance, to troubleshoot problems, to improve quality or efficiency or as part of a research program to explore new designs for equipment or production processes.

View a  video on YouTube that demonstrates some of the ways they can be used.

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