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Worlds First Mini Datalogger in a Thumb-sized Format

Jan 06 2009

Swiss technology company MSR Electronics GmbH has launched the world`s first mini datalogger with four integrated sensors, a storage capacity for over 2,000,000 measurement parameters and either two or four additional analogue inputs.

With the MSR145 Analogue, MSR Electronics GmbH now presents a development of the successful MSR145. The revolutionary and low-priced
MSR145 Analogue is the world`s first miniaturised quality datalogger with integrated temperature, humidity, pressure and 3 axis acceleration sensors and which offers additional two or four inputs for connecting external analogue sensors. In a further innovation, MSR Electronics has fitted the datalogger with an alarm output and one input for starting and stopping data recording.

The new MSR145 Analogue combines all the advantages of the MSR145
datalogger with the benefits offered by additional external sensor
interfaces. The two or four analogue inputs (0 to 3.0 V, 12 bit) can be used for a wide range of conventional sensors. Furthermore, the sealed, fully encapsulated MSR145 Analogue model can, among others, be used in the medical, animal fodder and food sectors. In short the MSR145 Analogue is suitable for the most diverse and versatile range of measurement and monitoring tasks for industrial and scientific applications. The datalogger can be correspondingly equipped to handle measurement applications where external sensors are required instead of the integrated temperature, humidity and pressure sensors.

The MSR145 Analogue is just 52mm long and weighs only 32g. All of the measurement parameters recorded by the datalogger can be quickly
transferred to a PC both during the measurement process and after it has been completed via a USB interface. The user-friendly data analysis
software is provided to users free of charge.

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