Data Logging

June 14, 2019

Data Logging is the collection of data over a period of time. Data Logging is most common with scientific experiments. These monitoring systems generally use a computer linked to a computer. The sensor is capable of monitoring light, heat, sound, pressure, acidity, and humidity. The sensors send signals to an interface box which then transfers to a computer. The interface box essentially translates analog signals to digital signals so that the computer can interpret the data accordingly. The computer takes readings at regular and consistent intervals. These readings are then stored in tables which can be viewed as spreadsheets or graphs for further analysis. 

  • Automated Data Logging- This is done with sensors already connected to a computer
  • Remote Data Logging- This is when sensors collect data out in the field and transfer it to a portable data logger. The data logger then relays the data back to a computer for analysis.

Phononic and Data Logging

Phononic refrigeration delivers extremely tight uniform temperature uniformity. We monitor door openings to ensure that our cooling devices are always providing instant thermal response for faster recovery. Phononic utilizes embedded glycol and air temperature sensors. In regards and in addition to this, we provide refrigeration that delivers remote and local data logging. Our Life Sciences and Healthcare Refrigeration products meet CDC requirements for automated data logging. Overall, all of our products meet CDC data logging guidelines due to the mentioned features.