It is thought that temperature is the second most-measured parameter the world over, after time. Unsurprisingly then, temperature data loggers are also one of the most frequently used measurement devices across all industries, and easily one of the most widely encountered data acquisition systems out in the field.
Temperature data loggers (or temperature monitors) can often be used to measure both extremely high or low heats in both solids and liquids. Humidity (or, commonly, temperature and humidity) data loggers usually offer additional moisture-related capture capabilities such as dew point, absolute concentrations and relative humidity levels.
There are numerous different designs, models and configurations of humidity and temperature monitoring devices, most of which use some type of internal thermistor or thermocouple. Additionally, they can often be connected to a variety of external sensors and temperature probe instruments, too. Depending on the exact use in question, certain industries and applications might require prior calibration to specific standards and protocols for compliance reasons.
Data Loggers and Technology
Take a look at this video and learn how PRO-MOTE data loggers record temperature and humidity to the cloud, which can then be accessed anywhere via different devices.
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