Data Logger Services

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of data logger manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top data logger manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find data logger companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture data loggers to your companies specifications. Then contact the data logger companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of temperature data loggers, power data loggers, racing data loggers, or customized data loggers of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Owosso, MI

    Since our inception, SAKOR has led the market in the development of data acquisition and controls technology. For over 29 years, we have been providing quality products and superior customer service to a variety of markets including marine, automotive, aerospace, military, applicances, and more. We ask questions so we can find out what it is that you really need. Contact SAKOR today!

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  • East Greenwich, RI

    Dewetron data acquisition instruments feature MULTI-DOMAIN measurement capability. That means that they handle not only analog sensors of every type, but also you can record VIDEO, CAN BUS, 1553, PCM data, ARINC data ... and more.

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  • Bourne, MA

    Onset offers a wide range of USB-based stand-alone data loggers for indoor, outdoor, and underwater monitoring applications. Well suited for rapid deployment, our battery-powered data loggers and weather stations are used to measure a wide range of parameters including temperature, wind, humidity, and many others.

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  • Indianapolis, IN

    Custom data acquisition systems are engineered and fabricated by our expert staff. We also make data acquisition product to convey temperature and stress information from engines; rotating equipment or machinery; engine combustors; gas pipeline turbines; or what applies to your application.

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Data Loggers Industry Information

Data Loggers

Data loggers, also commonly called data acquisition systems, are composed of several components that receive electrical signals from various devices. These systems then convert those signals into a digital form that can be analyzed by humans or computers. The received data is stored on computers and evaluated with the help of software programs that are designed to understand and process the information.

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Applications of Data Loggers

Data logging begins with the instruments and devices that transmit the signals to be translated. These instruments may serve various purposes, from measuring the temperature of a laboratory environment to measuring the speed of flow in a pipe. A transducer converts the measurements into an electric signal that can be understood by a computer. Data acquisition is used in various industries to do a wide variety of tasks. To forecast the weather, for example, meteorologists rely on data loggers that measure temperature, humidity, and pressure. Manufacturers also use data loggers to monitor their equipment and make any necessary adjustments. Data loggers can also be used to control test conditions, activate safety alarms, and regulate temperature in sensitive environments.


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