Temperature data-logger LOGBOX SE
levelenergyGSM / GPRS

temperature data-logger
temperature data-logger
temperature data-logger
temperature data-logger
temperature data-logger
temperature data-logger
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Measured quantity
temperature, level, energy
Connector type
GSM / GPRS, RS-485, RS-232C
without display
for meteorological sensors, for solar sensors
Other characteristics
programmable, digital, meteorological


4 differential and 4 single-ended analogue inputs, 4 digital inputs Connect up to 8 compatible Modbus® devices 4G LTE modem with external antenna Send data to an e-mail address or FTP server LOGBOX SE Data Logger LOGBOX SE is a data logger with analogue, digital and Modbus® inputs that allow connection to multiple instruments at the same time. Each input can convert measured values into engineering units. The data is stored on a SD memory card; 512 MB is included as standard but it can be expanded to 4 GB. Collecting meteorological parameters is a combination of a measuring instrument, such as a pyranometer, and a data logger. However, the logger performance should not degrade the measurements made by the instrument. LOGBOX SE is an ideal data logger for many applications in solar energy, meteorology, climatology, hydrology and agronomy. The low-level milli-volt outputs of our passive instruments require accurate analogue-to-digital conversion and the four 24-bit high resolution differential analogue inputs of LOGBOX SE can easily be configured for these and they can also be used for the Pt-100 temperature sensors fitted to some of our models. The four 12-bit single-ended analogue inputs are normally used for instruments with amplified outputs, and for 10K thermistor temperature sensors. Two 10k Ω and one 100 Ω precision resistors are included for NTC or Pt100 temperature measurements.


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