Grant Instruments has introduced its Yoyolog range of mini data loggers for measuring physical and electrical parameters.
The range claims to be simple to set up and quick to deploy and measure temperature, humidity, condensation, extra low voltage, strain gauge, voltage and current, pulse, barometric pressure, light and radiation.
Due to their small size, being shockproof, and featuring a water and dust resistant IP65 enclosure, the Yoyolog loggers can be placed almost anywhere.
For example, the Yoyolog light data logger (YL-M61) which records luminance with a spectral sensitivity adjusted to the spectrum of the human eye, is suited for operation indoors or outdoors.
The Yoyolog range includes 19 different models which come in different designs and enclosures to meet specific application needs.
Some models have integrated sensors, particularly useful for monitoring shipments.
Other models feature connectable probes for differentiated analyses with various parameters, and then others have a sensor integrated in a 100mm stainless steel tube, which is ideal for measurements in air ducts or for pharmaceutical or biological research.
Unusually for such a small device, the Yoyolog loggers feature a high resolution 20-bit analogue to digital (A/D) converter, giving the accuracy normally only expected from significantly more expensive units.
They can store up to 4 million readings, include a Lithium battery (which last up to four years) and are supplied with YoyoView configuration and data download software, a USB cable and manual.
The ergonomically designed range measures 50mm in diameter.
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