Do you know where all your Remote Data Loggers are right now?

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Do you know where all your Remote Data Loggers are right now?

Do you know where all your remote data loggers are

By definition Remote Data Loggers are often used in difficult situations – remote sites with lots of contractors coming and going, and or the opposite problem of locations that are often unmanned for long periods, and to top it all these are often rough & tough environments where equipment is not always respected! CDL have…

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Roaming SIM’s dramatically improve Remote Monitoring function and cost

Roaming SIM's dramatically improve Remote Monitoring function and cost

A new range of International Roaming SIM’s available through Caption Data for use on their remote monitoring systems offer huge benefits to customers, and since all CDL wireless remote monitoring systems use mobile phone networks to transmit their data, this is really important for our customers.. Mobile phone signal is variable at best! Phone companies…

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MSR dataloggers available with external 3-axis accelerometer

MSR dataloggers available with external 3-axis accelerometer

MSR dataloggers available with external 3-axis accelerometer which means it is possible to order MSR dataloggers with internal or external sensors. The 3-axis accelerometer used in MSR dataloggers for measuring accelerations, shocks, vibrations, oscillations and shakes was to-date only available as an internal sensor. MSR dataloggers available with external 3-axis accelerometer This is especially useful…

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MSR145 datalogger now has a wider acceleration range

MSR145 datalogger now has a wider acceleration range

MSR145 datalogger now has a wider acceleration range with integrated 3-axis accelerometer now benefits from a ±15g measurement range as standard. This is a considerable improvement on the previous ±10g / ±2g (switchable) range. This compliments the wide range of sensor inputs already supported by the MSR loggers. This includes light, vibration/acceleration, Voltage, current, humidity, pressure…

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