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Data Loggers for 4-20mA Applications

Data Loggers

4-20mA Applications

MadgeTech’s process data loggers are low-level current devices designed to measure and record 4-20mA data from a variety of sources. These rugged loggers can be used to monitor any type of equipment with a dc voltage or 4-20mA output. They streamline the data collection process, providing high-quality information for analysis.

The battery-powered 4-20mA data loggers listed here come with a range of useful features and MadgeTech’s extended warranty option means our customers can count on these devices for years to come. You can also rely on MadgeTech’s calibration laboratory to ensure continued optimal performance of your device.

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