Data Logging

Collecting data over an extended period of time is essential for tracking current performance of a building, space, or system to identify trends or anomalies. Data logging minimizes the need for operator involvement or interference. Some loggers can take readings for more than a year while others can even transmit logged data wirelessly, removing the need for regular physical data retrieval. IDL has various casings to allow logging in outdoor, wet, and extreme conditions.

HOBO U12-012 Data Logger

Temperature, Relative Humidity, Light and an External Channel

The HOBO U12 Logger can record Temperature, Relative Humidity, and Light with 12-bit resolution and can record up to 43,000 measurements or events. The external channel accepts a variety of sensors, including temperature, and split-core AC current sensors as well as 4-20 mA

Sensor Range (Accuracy): 
Temperature: ± 0.35°C from 0° to 50°C (± 0.63°F from 32° to 122°F), RH: ±2.5% from 10% to 90% RH (typical), to a maximum of ±3.5%, see Plot B Designed for indoor measurement of relative light levels External input channel (see sensor manual): ± 2 mV ± 2.5% of absolute reading
Compatible Tools: 
4-20mA, AC Current, AC Voltage, Air Velocity, Carbon Dioxide, Compressed Air Flow, DC Current, DC Voltage, Gauge Pressure, Kilowatts (kW), Temperature, Volatile Organic Compound