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Althen targets outdoor projects with wireless data logger

Posted: 24 Apr 2015 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Data logger? LAN? Wi-Fi?

Althen GmbH introduced the GL 100-WL, a wireless data logger ideal for transfers of measurement data in agriculture, photovoltaic installations or environmental projects. The data logger can transfer data using peer-to-peer, LAN or Wi-Fi connections to downstream processing units such as PCs.

With sensor modules for temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide content as well as general and ultraviolet illumination intensity the data logger is directly supporting measurements associated to growth conditions in agriculture. The vendor also offers specific software for the evaluation of these measurements on a PC.

GL 100-WL

The GL 100-WL can communicate with downstream nodes in multiple ways through routers, independent of the provider. The measurement data can be transferred directly to smartphones, tablets of PCs. They also can be connected to a local area network or a Wi-Fi network. Likewise it is possible to connect multiple data loggers to a terminal across the internet.

Farmers and gardeners among the GL 100 get a fast overview at their respective locations over the parameters relevant for plant growth. A software that is optimised for these dimensions enables users to quickly detect current conditions and trends. If the measured values exceed the permitted range, warnings are issued.

- Christoph Hammerschmidt
??EE Times Europe

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