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Top 5 Considerations When Buying a Wireless Data Logger

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Temperature control is incredibly critical for regulated industries with strict rules that must be followed to guarantee quality and safety. To comply with industry standards, many companies turn to wireless data loggers for a constant stream of real-time environmental readings for applications that involve temperature, humidity, pressure, etc. The right wireless data logger can help maintain quality and compliance by automatically generating reports for analysis, validation, and recordkeeping.

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Trigger Settings for Data Loggers

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Trigger settings restrict data loggers from recording until thresholds are reached or exceeded. These thresholds are called trigger start setpoints, and can be configured through the data logger’s Properties menu, under Trigger.

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What is Response Time in Data Loggers?

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Data loggers are designed in all shapes and sizes to record data over time, but they all need time to adjust to the environment being monitored. The time it takes for the data logger to read the monitoring environment is referred to as the response time.

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