What is the AirLogger™?
AirLogger™ is a data logger that aims to flexibly acquire various types of data without distracting the user by its existence, much like air.
It consists of a PC communication unit and measurement unit. The PC communication unit controls the measurement units placed in each location, and wirelessly collects data.
PC Communication Unit
2 ch Temperature/Voltage Measurement Unit
7 ch Temperature/Voltage Measurement Unit
Strain Measurement Unit
What is a Data Logger?
A data logger is a collective term for devices that acquire and save the data of physical quantities such as temperatures, voltages, currents, and pressures. There are a wide variety of data loggers in terms of size, number of measurement channels, whether sensors are built-in or external, or whether communication is wireless or wired.
Example of a Data Logger
In conventional wired data loggers, measurement points and the data logger main unit are connected with sensor cables such as thermocouples. Because of this, complicated wiring work was necessary.
With AirLogger™, on the other hand, cables are not required between the measurement units and the PC, which simplifies the connection work.
AirLogger™ is also capable of performing real-time monitoring and synchronized measurement of multiple channels just like wired cables.
In addition, it is capable of simultaneously measuring up to 700 channels.
Wired data logger
AirLogger™ Product Groups
The product lineup of AirLogger™ has two product groups, the WM1000 and WM2000.
The WM1000 is a light-weight, compact type specifically for temperature measurement.
The WM2000 consists of high performance data loggers capable of combined measurement of temperature, voltage, and strain.