Temperature Data Logger

A temperature data logger is a tool for collecting data sets regarding temperatures of a certain process, over long periods of time, to spot any trends or changes that are not directly cause for corrective actions.

This type of tooling can be useful for correlating process optimisations to alterations in temperature conditions, but also for catching trends which may come to effect process efficiency over time.

What is the difference between a temperature data logger and temperature monitoring sensor?

A temperature data logger is designed to give you large datasets for analysis which may not prove to be very valuable information right away.

On the other hand, a temperature monitoring sensor’s only job is to make sure a certain process stays within the acceptable temperature limits and to warm you immediately when those limits are exceeded.

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