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At MadgeTech, we’ve been building data loggers for more than twenty years now. We’ve established a global distribution network and created some of the best and most innovative products in the market, and yet our ever-growing team of MadgeTechies is constantly bombarded with the same question from friend and family members: “What exactly is a data logger, anyway?”

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Data Loggers at Work By MadgeTech Marketing Team

The small volcanic island of Isla Isabel is located just 15 miles off the coast of Mexico, but is home to a wide variety of seabirds. One of the most iconic inhabitants is the species of Blue-footed Boobies. The marine birds are known for their bright blue webbed feet, which are used to attract a mate.

Last year, the Ecology Institute of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) carried out a study on current decrease in population in regards to the heightened divorce rate among the historically monogamous creatures. This study found that when the blue-footed boobies were together for longer, they hatched more eggs and ultimately produced more fledglings, regardless of age and reproductive experience.

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MadgeTech Data Loggers to be used to Measure Soil Temperature during Forest FiresMadgeTech is proud to be the premier data logger supplier in a broad range of industries which includes everything from monitoring meat temperatures during processing to ensuring autoclaves reach the correct temperature during medical sterilization cycles. However, everyday customers are finding unique applications for data loggers.

Recently, MadgeTech was contacted by the USDA Forest Service from the Rocky Mountain Research Center located at the University of Idaho. They were in search of a thermocouple based data logger that could be used to monitor the temperature of soil during forest fires.

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Summer Poses Dangerous Temperature Risks for Pets and ChildrenSummer tends to be the time of year when a great emphasis is put on the risks of leaving pets or children in a car. Of course, there are always dangers associated with this, but summer poses the additional risks associated with the increased temperatures.

To demonstrate this, MadgeTech conducted an experiment using data loggers to determine how hot it can get inside a car.

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The winter of 2014-2015 was record breaking to say the least. With record amounts of snow falling across the Northeast, it seemed as though we may never see the grass again. However, now spring is upon us and the days are brighter, and temperatures are starting to look up.

There is a saying that if you don't like the weather in New Hampshire, wait five minutes. The constantly changing weather is part of life in this region, including Warner, where MadgeTech is headquartered.

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