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Photographic guide
Follow the steps below to find out about the datalogging with Dataharvest datalogging equipment.

 

The Easy Sense Advanced datalogger  

The Easy Sense Advanced datalogger from Data Harvest. This datalogger is capable of remote logging. Other commonly used dataloggers are Philip Harris'

Examples of analogue  Smart Q sensors Examples of analogue  Smart Q sensors - sound level sensors (top), humidity sensor (middle) and light sensor (bottom)

temperature sensor

temperature sensor


Datalogging box

Datalogging box (side view of inputs)


Joining it altogether
Join the sensors you require to the datalogger. Each sensor will come with the connecting wire. These connection wires can short (seen below) or long.

The sensors

The sensors, in this case analogue sensors, are attached to the analgue inputs on the datalogger.


Joining up to the computer
Use the serial connection to join up the datalogger to the computer as seen in the photographs below.

Step 1 to connect the datalogger to the computer

Step2 to connect the datalogger to the computer


Step 3 to connect the datalogger to the computer

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