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Digital logger

The digital logger brings the advantages of electronics to the geotechnical world. It can easily connect a wireless network of in-place inclinometres (IPIs) on a chain in a hole or excavation, multipoint borehole extensometers (MPBX) and other sensors from leading manufacturers.

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Digital Logger

A wireless data logger

Compatible with digital sensors such as:
In-place inclinometers from Sisgeo, Geosense, DGSI Slope, RST Instruments, Geokon, Encardio and Soil Instruments.
Borehole extensometers from MDT and Sisgeo.
In-Situ Level TROLL®, BaroTROLL® and Aqua TROLL® 200

Strings of temperature probes.
Water level sensors, water quality probes and weather transmitters.
Measurand’s ShapeArray (SAAV and SAAX).

 

Low-power, long battery life. Mostly does not require external power.

Durable and versatile.

HOW IT WORKS

From sensor-to-edge-to-cloud

Simplify your projects through remote, automated monitoring.

DATA COLLECTION

The digital logger collects sensor data at your chosen sampling rate and sends the data to the gateways.

CONNECTIVITY MANAGEMENT

Manage all deployed devices, data and networks through CMT by Loadsensing.

DATA VISUALIZATION AND ANALYTICS

Integrate third-party data visualization software for easy data analytics.

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DEVICE COMPATIBILITY

Sensors that Loadsensing edge devices integrate with

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In-place inclinometer

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FAQ’s

01

Can I connect a SDI-12 sensor to a Loadsensing digital logger?

The hardware of the digital logger is ready to support SDI-12 sensors but the drivers have not been implemented yet so currently it is not possible to read SDI 12 sensors. We would be glad to hear from you though on the type and number of SDI-12 sensors you would like to connect and your desired application so we can work with you for a solution.

02

Is it possible to power the digital logger using an external power source?

Although the Loadsensing digital loggers, like all the other Loadsensing edge devices, are meant to run on internal batteries, it is assumed that the power demand of some sensors, especially long chains of sensors that have to sample at a high frequency, require an external power source that can last for longer periods of time without disturbance. For those cases, it is possible to power the logger and the sensors through an external battery or mains if available. Contact us for more details.

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