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Data Loggers for Energy Monitoring

Data Loggers

Energy Monitoring

MadgeTech data loggers can be used to monitor and record parameters in energy production and usage studies. The energy product line includes devices for pressure, temperature, current voltage, pulse, event, state and motion. They are commonly used in applications such as utility usage studies, energy audits, testing and verification, building studies and in energy production processes.

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The wait is over, the MadgeTech Titan S8 Portable Data Acquisition Logger is now available to order! Equipped with eight input channels, this versatile data logger is the ultimate companion for industrial manufacturing engineers and much more.

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Known for being one of the windiest and sunniest places in Australia, South Australia has become a leader in green energy. The state will soon be home to one of the biggest solar farms in the world, boosting 3.4 million solar panels and 1.1 million individual batteries.

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It's an exciting time of the year for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish as they head in to the first round of the NCAA tournament, but the University is also making news for its aggressive sustainability strategy. Notre Dame is currently constructing its third and final phase of installing geothermal technology across campus to harness the Earth's energy.

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The Netherlands are known for its picture perfect landscapes, colorful tulip fields, and of course those wooden windmills. In 1421, the windmill was first erected in Holland to help drain the country after ravaging floods, but were put to work throughout the centuries producing oil, paper, and even ships. It's no surprise that their love of wind is being used in the 21st century to power 100% of its passenger trains.

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