Here you will find our Data loggers.
Logger 2020 unlit display
Logger 3030 PRO Modbus For more detailed information, see the product website www.logger3030.se or manual on e-logger.se MANUAL. Logger 3030 PRO is a powerful logger/controller with a focus on being really flexible and easy to use. Support for a variety of sensors/transmitters, many terminals, logging locally and remotely and alert options via SMS and...
Logger 1010 is a powerful logger / control unit with a focus on being maximally flexible and easy to use. Support for a plethora of sensors, logging locally and remotely, and alarm possibilities via SMS and e-mail, make the areas of use almost endless.
Logger 2020 starter-pack A package that contains everything needed to get started with datalogging. The package makes it possible to log indoor temperature, outdoor temperature and electricity consumption, to log the other things you buy the sensors needed under "Loggertillbehör". Click here to read more about the content.
Logger 2020 with illuminated display, is a small versatile logger that automatically and at frequent intervals can read various types of sensors, and send the readings to either a PC or the Web site E-logger where the data is stored and displayed in several ways.
M-bus konverter för att kunna koppla Logger 23030 PRO mot våra Actaris Värmemätare med pulsutgångskort + M-bus. OBS! 12V nätdel ingår ej. Klarar upp till 60 stycken enheter anslutna med 12 V 2 A nätdel. Med få enheter anslutna går det bra att köpa vår 12V 1 A nätdel: LÄNK TILL 12 V 1 A NÄTDEL
Power supply 24 VDC / 0.5 A For use with our UL1 level meter that requires 24V power supply, or other products requiring 24V power supply and need be connected to Logger 3030 PRO and its galvanically disconnected analog inputs (iADC), either via 4-20 mA or 0-10 V signal.
Mean Well S-25-12 power supply 230 VAC to 12 VDC, 2.1 A Switching power supply with 12 V 2.1 A out, adjustable output voltage via potentiometer. Required for those who intend to connect many M-bus meters to our M-Bus Master, but also for those who want to connect sensors that require more power than the Logger 3030 can deliver on their analogue outputs...