Data Loggers | Lascar Easylog USB Data Loggers | FuzyPro Data Loggers

Data loggers are instruments that can be used to store data. Most consider a data loggers as stand alone instruments that can read various types of electrical signals and store the data in internal memory for later download to a computer.


Data Loggers

Lascar Data Loggers

Lascar Electronics USB Data Loggers

Lascar Electronics is a leading provider of USB Data Loggers. Lascar's EasyLog data loggers are the world's first direct USB data loggers, providing a cost effective, easy-to-use method of recording temperature, humidity, voltage, 4-20mA and carbon monoxide.

FuzyPro Data Loggers

FuzyPro Data Loggers

FuzyPro Data Loggers from Heaters Controls And Sensors presents a comprehensive data logger directory resource for FuzyPro Data Loggers. This data loggers directory features temperature recorders, thermocouple recorders, current recorders, RTD temperature recorders and more.


Data loggers can operate independently of a computer. Data loggers are available in various shapes and sizes. The range includes simple economical single channel fixed function loggers to more powerful programmable devices capable of handling hundreds of inputs.


When choosing a data logger the following parameters should be considered.

  • Input Signal
    Heaters controls and Sensors offers data loggers for the following types of signals.
    AC Voltage/Current, Light On/Off, Shock/Acceleration, Bridge/Strain/Load/Pressure, Motor On/Off, Sound
    Dew point, PH, Pressure, Temperature, Event or State, Process Voltage/Current, Thermistor, Frequency, Relative Humidity, Thermocouple, Level and RTD.

  • Number of Inputs

  • Size

  • Speed/Memory

  • Real Time Operation

Three types of instruments are commonly used for collecting and storing data. They are Real-Time Data Acquisition Systems, Chart Recorders and Data Loggers.


Data loggers are normally more economical than chart recorders. They offer more flexibility and are available with a greater variety of input types.


Data acquisition systems offer a great deal of flexibility and are certainly attractive when high sample rates are required, however, since they require connection or installation into a computer, the computer must also be present and active when collecting the data.


Data loggers can collect data independently of a computer. Data is normally collected in non-volatile memory for later download to a computer. The computer does not need to be present during the data collection process. This makes them ideally suited for applications requiring portability.


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