What are data loggers?


Our data loggers are battery powered measurement instruments with memory for unattended monitoring of temperature. To start the logging and to download the result, the data loggers are connected to PCs via interface cables. Graphic software provides options for initial setting and for extracting information.

Why choose T-TEC data loggers?

Data logger measuring frozen fish temperatures

T-TEC data loggers are the optimal choice due to the latest technology, unique design and powerful user friendly software. With the exception of the humidity loggers, all t-tec dataloggers are IP68 waterproof. All T-TEC data loggers are encased in a polycarbonate casing that is both durable and strong. Put in anywhere with the optional wall bracket and get all the detailed information on your screen. Curves from up to 8 different locations / data loggers may be called up simultaneously. All T-TEC Data Loggers have an LCD display as an optional extra.

When to choose wireless data logging

Passive Data Logging

The classic T-TEC loggers are started up by being connected to a USB port, started with the desired measuring intervals, then put in the place where the temperature needs to be monitored.  After the event, the data logger is retrieved, taken back to the computer and the file downloaded, scrutinised and perhaps printed. Alarms may be set. They can be seen or heard on the logger.

This is suitable for circumstances where there is no need for alarms or where the data logger is not needed there permanently:  monitoring air conditioning when there is a complaint, refrigerators and freezers under repairs, fields that may be suitable for certain crops. They provide a reliable history of the temperature movement.  

Active Data logging

The wireless T-TEC data loggers are actively listening for demands from the gateway and responding accordingly, sending temperature updates and downloading files at user selected intervals.  They are also contacting the gateway if there is an alarm triggered in the logger. This message is in turn used to alert the user in several ways. Alarm info may even be sent to the cloud and seen from anywhere in the world. Wireless data loggers are typically chosen to monitor critical temperatures in permanent settings: In refrigerators, freezers and cool rooms and storage with valuable perishable contents. They save time and effort in places that are hard to access, in trucks and vans where the download can happen automatically on return to the yard, and they enhance the security considerably.

A printable data sheet with an overview of T-TEC dataloggers.