Still using old style remote data loggers? Why?

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Still using old style remote data loggers? Why?

STILL USING OLD STYLE REMOTE DATA LOGGERS? WHY?

Are you still using old style unconnected data loggers, and if so, why? The latest generation of “connected” remote data loggers or remote monitoring systems – now usually known as IoT or Internet of Things devices are available from CDL. You can read more about us in Engineering Update Easy to deploy, cost effective and…

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Bass Rock Gannets – MSR Data Loggers

  Here at Caption Data we work with clients from all kinds of industries, with products like data loggers being used worldwide, but every now and then even we get an unusual request that has everyone in the office intrigued! Jude Lane from the Scottish Seabird Centre is carrying out research on Bass Rock. Bass…

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Damp Social Housing, a Nightmare for Tenants and Landlords!

The Damp “Stats” and Why You Should Read On Nearly 11,000 tenants have claimed compensation for damp, leaks and damage in their council homes. Local authorities in England have paid out more than £35m in compensation and legal fees. The latest local government budget data shows £1.7bn a year earmarked for maintaining and repairing council…

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IP68 rated enclosure for the NanoUlTRA RTU

We have added the IP68 NanoULTRA Case to our ever-growing product family. This provides robust & watertight protection for the NanoULTRA ultra-low power M2M and industrial IOT remote terminal unit. The problem requiring an IP68 rated NanoULTRA case The NanoULTRA is often installed and commissioned to operate in extremely harsh environments. These can vary from…

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MSR145 data loggers provide fall detection for older people

Researchers at the University of Roehampton Musculoskeletal research group used MSR145 data loggers with tri-axial accelerometers to record signals during a fall of the human body. Falling among older adults can cause major distress; the consequences may include fracture and the inability to move and isolated individuals may experience a long lie after a fall…

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Plug and Play is easy with the NanoULTRA remote telemetry unit

We wanted to show you in this blog how easy it is to connect the NanoULTRA remote telemetry unit to the CDL SmartHub and get your data monitored and visible, on-line and in record time.   The NanoULTRA is a ground breaking, low power Remote Telemetry Unit with a huge array of Inputs and Outputs.…

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Here it is… the NanoULTRA OEM Remote Telemetry Unit

The NanoULTRA OEM remote telemetry unit started life on the drawing board for one of our long standing customers – ATi, specialists in measuring water quality. Now it’s generating lots of interest with other OEM’s across a wide range of industries! CDL work extensively with OEM’s providing an end to end, seamless, hassle free solution…

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The new NanoULTRA remote telemetry unit [rtu] breaks records …

This new Remote Telemetry Unit [rtu] breaks new ground in a number of respects: Low Power & Long Battery Life Instrument grade Analogue Inputs Range of I/O’s and Comms On-Board SD card for extra data granularity   LOW POWER Remote Telemetry Unit If you need to get data from sensors, instruments or processes where power…

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MSR145WD: the first wireless data logger by MSR

MSR145WD the first wireless data logger by MSR

Caption Data Limited have proudly been distributing MSR dataloggers in the UK since 2008. 6 years on and we are excited to introduce the first wireless ‘Bluetooth enabled’ datalogger into the range of miniaturized dataloggers that we already stock by Swiss MSR Electronics GmbH. The MSR145WD comes packed with a range of features unseen in previous MSR dataloggers, such as:…

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MSR165 shock data logger now with 200 g working range

MSR165 shock data logger now with 200 g working range

An extended working range of up to 200g and a recording period that is up to ten times longer: with these features, the MSR165 data logger facilitates even more precise shock measurements. Critical events, which may occur during the transportation and storage of delicate goods, can now be recorded continuously for up to five years…

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