Data logger: Compact, lightweight heat flow logger for energy conservation analysis

data logger Hioki

Data logger: Hioki Memory HiLoggers are high-speed data loggers for recording multiple channels of voltage, temperature, pulse or rotation signals, providing complete isolation between channels and strong noise resistance. The Hioki LR8432 is a handheld 10-channel data logger especially designed for heat flow measurement. The Heat Flow Logger is ideal for evaluating insulation performance and analyzing the causes of temperature change.

Key Features:
• Use a heat flow sensor to measure the movement and volume of heat energy
• Easily analyze temperature and heat flow
• Record measurement data on a USB flash drive for easy transfer to a computer
• Record to reliable Compact Flash cards during long-term measurement applications for increased peace of mind
• Replace storage media during real-time recording
• Improved thermocouple measurement accuracy and reference junction compensation accuracy
• Ten isolated analog input channels
• 10 ms sampling and recording across all channels
• Noise-resistant measurement circuitry for improved readings
• Ultra-compact for convenient portability
• Widescreen, bright LCD gives excellent viewability

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