05 Oct 2017

Pocket sized climate logger

Molex subsidiary Sensorcon has introduced a small, powerful—and colorful—climate sensor that provides workers in sensitive or harsh environments a clear understanding of environmental conditions.

The Climate Logger is offered in three different models which can measure light, temperature, pressure and humidity across a wide spectrum of facilities—from pharmaceutical plants and other manufacturing facilities to oil refineries and agricultural fields. It attaches magnetically to any metal surface and can immediately begin collecting data, which then can be uploaded to Microsoft Windows Vista, 7, 8, or 10 via a USB connection. Free software is available to import and graph the data to the Windows program.

“Due to growing industry demands and increasing climate changes, our engineers have developed a tool that is designed with next-generation technology that allows companies to capture valuable information needed to efficiently and cost-effectively assess their environmental needs,” said Calen Dembitsky, marketing manager, Sensorcon, a Molex Company. “We are committed to supplying the tools to finding the valuable data companies need to move forward.”

The specifications of the Climate Logger sensors include:

  • Temperature: -20 to +50°C (-4 to +122°F)

  • Relative Humidity: 0 to 100%

  • Pressure: 20 to 110 kPa

  • Light: 0 to20k LUX

The Climate Logger’s other, visible, feature is that it is available in seven bright colors—green, blue, white, yellow, pink, black and orange. This makes the Logger easy to spot when the data needs to be retrieved or the sensor needs to be moved to another location.

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