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How do I use a USB data logger?

A data logger is a tool used to record various parameters including temperature, humidity, dew point, current, voltage and carbon monoxide. 

These data logger are ideal for applications such as: calibration laboratories, environmental chambers, pharmaceutical plants and storage warehouses
USB data logger - a practical aid for long-term measurements.


There are many working environments that require continuous and reliable recording of data on parameters such as temperature or humidity. 
For example, verifiable, uninterrupted data logging is an obligation in the food industry. At the same time, continuous data monitoring helps to identify problem areas early. 

The USB data logger enables instant accurate measurement and data logging. 

Thanks to the practical USB interface, the data packets can be read directly on a PC and analyzed with appropriate software.



USB to 3.5MM RS485 Data Logger Cable



The data logger is easy to use with just a few simple steps:


Download software
Program the data logger
Record data
Stop the data logger and collect data



FTDI USB Data Logger 3Pin Terminal Block Cable



Several functions of the USB data logger are also impressive:


Ease of use - stationary and mobile
Accurate Data Recording
Adjustable measurement cycle
Quick connection to PC
Comprehensive equipment such as shock data loggers



USB Interface Cable for ThermaData Lite Data Logger


USB Data Logger Cables provided by Premier Cable can be applied to record various parameters including temperature, humidity, dew point, current, voltage and carbon monoxide.

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