Calibration

Accsense VersaLog for Affordable Data Measurement

Accsense VersaLog dataloggers are powerful low-cost solutions for data recording applications which also require a local alarm notification. These standalone dataloggers commonly feature 7-8 channels with models to log temperature, humidity, current/voltage and more. Read more on our latest Industrial Press Release page.

Paragon Robotics Introduces New Super-Gateways

Cost-Effective Cloud Products

CHESTERLAND OH—March 24, 2015

Paragon Robotics is proud to announce its all-new Super Gateways featuring Modbus, WiFi and Cellular communication. These gateways measure a wide range of HVAC and environmental values. Read more about the new Super Gateway models at http://www.dataloggerinc.com/content/news/press_releases/857/paragon_robotics_introduces_new_super-gateways/.

How to Calibrate Electrocorder Single-Phase Voltage Data Loggers

CAS DataLoggers Posts New Video Walkthrough for Electrocorder EC-1V
CHESTERLAND OH—April 18, 2013

Single Phase Voltage Data Loggers

Single Phase Voltage Data Loggers

At CAS DataLoggers, our customers occasionally need to calibrate their own data loggers, so we have added a new video to our website showing how to do this with our popular Electrocorder Single Phase Voltage Data Loggers. Now you can quickly find voltage supply problems for further troubleshooting. Check out this short tutorial video at http://www.dataloggerinc.com/content/support/technical_videos/electrocorder_technical_videos/524/calibration_of_an_ec-1v_electrocorder/. Read more on our Electrocorder Technical Videos page.

Creating a Calibration Polynomial for dataTaker Scaling Using Excel

Using the Bestselling dataTaker Data Loggers
CHESTERLAND OH—April 19, 2012

dataTaker DT80Many measurement instruments do not have a linear measurement scale, and require a more complex equation to properly scale them to engineering units in a dataTaker data logger. However, you can use Microsoft Excel to create the correct polynomial equation using the calibration sheet included with these devices. All that’s required is Microsoft Excel (or Openoffice.org Calc), and the calibration sheet for the measurement device, which in this case will be for a thermistor. Read the entire article on our dataTaker technical articles page.