Data logger guide

  • 25-Nov-2009 09:10 EST
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An online selection guide from Dickson helps users find data loggers and chart recorders for monitoring temperature, humidity, pressure, or electronic signal events. Multiple selection factors are provided including instrument displays, remote probe availability, alarm options, wireless/Ethernet/battery-operated or outlet-powered, operating ranges, and cost. Users can drill down and mix and match features until they identify the range of instruments that match their specifications. The guide can be accessed at http://www.dicksondata.com/article/article_61.php.

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