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Gemini Data Loggers (UK) Ltd

TINYTAG DATA LOGGERS: OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING

Many outdoor environmental monitoring projects require long term recording of parameters including temperature, relative humidity and count inputs.

Gemini Tiny tag in soil pipe copyTinytag data loggers record accurately and reliably over long periods in remote areas. They are robust, have a long battery life, a high recording capacity, and a delayed start option so they can be started anywhere at a pre-set time without the need for a PC.
Recorded data is downloaded to a PC via a USB cable and viewed in the easy to use Tinytag Explorer software.

Temperature/relative humidity
Tinytags are used for a variety of environmental research projects worldwide including weather observation, climate research, wildlife habitats and growing conditions. Accompanying probes are available for monitoring hard to reach areas and soil temperatures.
Submersible temperature data loggers can be left at depths up to 500 metres, typically to record the effects of weather and climate patterns.

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Count data loggers are typically used for investigating climate and environmental patterns and can be connected to a variety of sensors to make specialist data loggers for a wide range of applications. They are either supplied uncased (OEM) for building into custom applications, or as a standard data logger in a robust, waterproof case and have been used for studying sediment movement in rivers, investigating the development of stalagmites, and for high resolution rainfall monitoring.

See the full range of Tinytag data loggers at The Energy Event at the NEC, 13-14 September, Stand E20.

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Outdoor Environmental Monitoring