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The received data is stored on computers and evaluated with the help of data acquisition software programs that are designed to understand and process the information. Read More…

Data Loggers Data loggers, also commonly called data acquisition systems, are composed of several components that receive electric signals from various devices. These systems then convert those signals into a digital form that can be analyzed by humans or computers.
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Owosso, MI  |  989-720-2700

Since our inception, SAKOR has led the market in the development of data acquisition and controls technology. For over 29 years, we have been providing quality products and superior customer service to a variety of markets including marine, automotive, aerospace, military, applicances, and more.

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SAKOR Technologies, Inc. $$$

Rush, NY  |  585-321-2300

We have an experienced group of highly proficient instrumentation engineers. The industries served include chemical, life science/pharmaceutical, oil and gas, glass, utilities and much more. Working together with our other engineering disciplines, our instrumentation engineers ensure the system, including the electronic and mechanical devices operate efficiently and are safe through researching control technologies and coming up with ways to improve your system.

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Optimation $$$

Logan, UT  |  435-753-2342

We are a leading designer and manufacturer of data loggers, data acquisition systems, and measurement and control products. Our solutions are used worldwide in research and industry applications. Our products are known for versatility, precision, and dependability, even in harsh, remote environments. We are proud to be internationally recognized for producing instruments that are durable, accurate, and dependable.

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Campbell Scientific, Inc. $$$

Farmington Hills, MI  |  248-477-5215

Comptek has delivered innovative, custom solutions in industrial automation since 1983 for plant assembly and test systems. Our systems involve industrial automation software development integrated with custom hardware, engineering services, and manufacturing assembly. Comptek System Solutions will improve the quality of your products, increase productivity and reduce costs. In fact, you can read our case studies to see how we have helped automation customers achieve these results in the past.

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Comptek, Inc. $$$

Kennesaw, GA  |  800-278-2119

Emprise delivers exceptional customer service, engineering expertise, and technical support to reduce development risks, improve the understanding of design issues, and quickly identify the right solutions. Decades of application engineering experience provides the perspective and knowledge to quickly prototype, build, and deliver components, sub-assemblies, or systems exactly to a customer’s critical requirements. Look us over and please contact us if you have any questions.

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Emprise Corporation $$$
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Data logging begins with the instruments and devices that transmit the signals to be translated. These instruments may serve various purposes, from measuring the temperature of a laboratory environment to measuring the speed of flow in a pipe. Data loggers can be fitted with built-in instruments or simply built to collect data from external sensors. A transducer converts the measurements into an electric signal that can be understood by a computer. A data logger is responsible for storing and recording the data collected from various sensors.

These are often used to track data over a period of time or to collect data in relation to a particular location. Data loggers offer the advantage of being able to continually collect data without monitoring. Once they are set up and activated, they can be left unattended for the duration of the collection period.



Data acquisition is used in various industries to accomplish a wide range of tasks. To forecast the weather, for example, meteorologists rely on data loggers that measure temperature, humidity, and pressure. Manufacturers also use data loggers to monitor their equipment and to make any necessary adjustments. Data loggers can also be used to control test conditions, activate safety alarms, and regulate temperature in sensitive environments.