Data logging in extreme conditions

Without wanting to state the obvious, acquiring and monitoring data in extreme conditions is hazardous, in more ways than one.

For one, it’s rarely risk-free for a human to be involved in acquiring and monitoring, which is why we’re seeing more and more ‘hands-free’ monitoring equipment, where physical monitoring isn’t possible.

The problem isn’t always solved there tough, since the monitoring equipment also needs to be able to withstand extreme conditions, from high heat to very low temperatures.

In these sorts of situations, wired information transfer is possible, but since it’s a challenge to get cables to withstand cold and hot conditions, wireless transmission generally works best.

GB Electronics recently found themselves faced with these exact challenges, and our brand new case study explains how they use Datakey products to overcome them and produce environmental monitoring equipment for Van Walt Limited.   

When you read it, you’ll get a really good feel for how Datakey products work, and where their value lies, as well as giving you ideas for dealing with extreme temperatures.

Click here to read how GB Electronics have overcome extreme conditions now.

When you click through, you’ll not only get the chance to read the case study, but also have an opportunity to request a completely FREE sample Datakey token, so you can see the product for yourself, with no purchase required.

Plus, you’ll be entered into a draw for a chance to win one of our loan development kits, giving you a chance to get really hands on, and try the product for size.

Usually costing £140, you’ll be in with a fantastic chance to loan one absolutely free for a full two months, testing your concept and seeing whether Datakey could fit the bill

Click here to read the case study now, request your FREE Datakey token and be in with a chance of winning a loan development kit now.

This offer expires at 5pm on December 23rd, so be sure to request your free token before then.