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Measuring Wind Speed Using an Anemometer with a 4-20mA Output and a DI-2108-P Data Logger

One of the most common measurements in data acquisition is that of 4-20mA analog signals. Not only are 0-20mA and 4-20mA process current measurements extremely common in industrial settings, but a significant number of flow, pressure and rate sensors also feature 4-20mA outputs. Why Choose a 4-20mA Output? Acquiring data from sensors/transducer with a voltage Read More

How to Acquire Flow Rate and Flow Volume using a DATAQ Data Logger

Flow sensors are used to determine the rate at which a liquid flows through a conduit. Whether you are measuring hydraulic fluid through a hose, condenser water in an HVAC system, or the rate and volume of petroleum through a pipeline, flow data is a critical, everyday data acquisition application. Following up on a previous Read More

Making Pressure Measurements with a Dataq Data Logger and Pressure Sensor

Making pressure measurements, and storing pressure data for review and analysis is an extremely common and important data acquisition application. Whether it’s water pressure at your local utility, or air pressure in an industrial compressed-air system, pressure data can be an invaluable resource, helping maintenance technicians and managers make informed decisions. In this application note, Read More