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    The following are the Data Logger applications:

    • Unattended weather station recording (such as wind speed / direction, temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation).
    • Unattended hydrographic recording (such as water level, water depth, water flow, water pH, water conductivity).
    • Unattended soil moisture level recording.
    • Unattended gas pressure recording.
    • Offshore buoys for recording a variety of environmental conditions.
    • Road traffic counting.
    • Measure temperatures (humidity, etc) of perishables during shipments: Cold chain
    • Process monitoring for maintenance and troubleshooting applications.
    • Process monitoring to verify warranty conditions
    • Wildlife research with pop-up archival tags
    • Measure vibration and handling shock (drop height) environment of distribution packaging.
    • Tank level monitoring.
    • Deformation monitoring of any object with geodetic or geotechnical sensors controlled by an automatic deformation monitoring system.
    • Environmental monitoring.
    • Vehicle Testing (including crash testing)
    • Motor Racing
    • Monitoring of relay status in railway signalling.
    • For science education enabling 'measurement', 'scientific investigation' and an appreciation of 'change'
    • Record trend data at regular intervals in veterinary vital signs monitoring.
    • Load profile recording for energy consumption management.
    • Temperature, Humidity and Power use for Heating and Air conditioning efficiency studies.
    • Water level monitoring for groundwater studies.