Measure & Record Temperature
We offer dataloggers and sensors for monitoring and recording temperature in many applications. Air and water temperature are the most commonly measured parameters. There are many systems and sensors available to measure temperature, we can offer a variety of sensor types and dataloggers for recording temperature.
Thermocouples are pairs of dissimilar metal wires joined at least at one end, which generate a net thermoelectric voltage between the the open pair according to the size of the temperature difference between the ends, the relative Seebeck coefficient of the wire pair and the uniformity of the wire-pair relative Seebeck coefficient.
Thermocouples are used in many places with many things like indicators and controllers to do something useful, such as control a heating system to heat a product through a temperature-time profile that causes it to soften or cook or set or transform from a stressed condition to an annealed one or any number of physio-chemical changes that produce a desired end result. Wikipedia Link
There are many types of thermocouples available. Common types are: Type J, Type T, Type E and Type S. You can click on the wikipedia link above to learn more about these types and the metals and color codes associated with each type.
Onset (HOBO) Temperature Measuring Loggers
Onset Computers offers a wide variety of dataloggers that monitor and record temperature. They have units that will record air temperature, water temperature and soil temperature. They are inexpensive and easy to use. They are used in a variety of applications all across the world.
Thermocouple Logger and Thermocouples - [Brochure]
Campbell Scientific Dataloggers & Temperature Sensors
If you are seeking a flexible and robust measuring & datalogging system that can handle multiple types of sensors, and have the capability to monitor multiple points, then we highly recommend the Campbell Scientific dataloggers. They will also give you many remote telemetry and networking options for collecting data from remote location. This includes over the Internet or internal network.
There are a few options for the Campbell Scientific dataloggers. They are mainly differentiated by how many inputs are available. You can review the different dataloggers by downloading this brochure. (CR1000, CR800, CR200X)
These dataloggers can accept many types of temperature sensors including, thermocouples, RTD's, and thermistors. We can help you choose an appropriate sensor for your application and provide support or installation and programming services.
Remote Data or Network Options:
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