Agriculture & Animal Welfare
Data loggers are ideal for monitoring many agricultural and livestock processes. From the monitoring of temperature and humidity in commercial greenhouses, to the ambient monitoring of livestock enclosures and feed warehousing or storage of wine during the fermentation process, data loggers provide an inexpensive means of monitoring parameters such as humidity, temperature and carbon monoxide both indoors and outdoors.
Remotely monitor your environments and get early warning of poor conditions with instant alarm notifications using our WiFi connected devices. Lascar's WiFi sensors are easy to set-up using a smartphone App. Simply log on to your EasyLog Cloud account from any internet enabled device to access secure real-time and historical data, remotely change individual sensor settings and create individual locations for one or multiple devices.
Need to re-calibrate your sensors annually? Leave your EL-MOTE-TH sensor in the field and simply purchase a new pre-calibrated probe. No loaner stock. No disruption. Simply replace the probe and keep logging.
Stand Alone Data Logging
Lascar’s EL-USB range includes discrete, battery powered temperature and temperature & humidity data loggers that measure and store temperature and humidity readings on-board until data is downloaded via USB. Simple to set-up, just plug any of these devices into the computer USB port and, using Lascar’s FREE software, name the device, choose a sampling rate, select high and low alarms if required and a logging start time. Loggers stores up to 32,000 readings, includes displays showing max, min and last logged values as well as flashing alarm and low battery LEDs.
The EL-GFX family boasts over 250,000 readings per parameter, an on-screen display showing max, min and last logged values as well as an on-board graph of the data collected. Buttons allow the user to start, stop and restart the logger in the field and alarm breaches can be registered with both LED and audible alarms.
Temperature and humidity loggers can monitor climatic patterns to help identify optimum planting areas, and can also monitor greenhouse or warehouse environments which need to be maintained at specified temperatures and humidity levels for maximum crop cultivation.
Data loggers can be used to monitor conditions to help ensure animals are kept in the correct environment, to help with wellbeing and to reduce disease and losses from environmental impact. Monitoring temperature and humidity of animal enclosures and warehousing can help to show trends in these factors and their effect on animal welfare.
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