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Data Loggers for Shipping and Transportation Monitoring

Data Loggers

Shipping & Transport Monitoring

Businesses that provide or rely upon shipping and transportation know that a top priority is taking care of the cargo. To ensure that you know what happens to your shipments in transit, you need the right kind of equipment. MadgeTech’s shipping data loggers monitor and record the temperature, humidity, or shock levels of products during transport. The devices are easy to use—simply start the data logger and deploy it within a shipment.

Once the shipment is received, the data can be downloaded and analyzed to verify that conditions stayed within a user-programmable safe range. Many MadgeTech data loggers are also equipped with LED alarming, providing immediate notification if the shipment has been transported within acceptable conditions. Extended warranties and calibration services are available as well.

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