Data loggers are designed to measure static strain, a phenomenon where the strain changes slowly or not at all. As seen in load tests of large-scale structures, static strain is often measured in several hundred channels and under dozens of load conditions.
Data loggers are available in 2 types: stand-alone and PC-controlled. Both are ideal for automatic multi-channel measurement as intelligent expandable systems. A data logger can stably measure microvolt signals in strain/stress for indoor and outdoor environments.
- Simultaneous measurement of various static variables including stress/strain, load, pressure, acceleration, displacement, torque and temperature
- Visual presentation of the progressive status of measurement
- Unattended measurement
- Compact and lightweight solutions
- Efficient measurement and data collection though internet or Ethernet LAN