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Data Loggers for Hydroelectric Applications

Data Loggers

Hydroelectric Applications

Data loggers play an important role in the production of many alternative energy sources including hydroelectricity. The process of converting water into electricity requires specific vibration and pressure conditions to be maintained and monitored consistently. MadgeTech’s pressure and vibration data loggers are ideal for use in hydroelectric power applications.

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