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Logging launch from dataTaker

DATA LOGGING, recording and acquisition system firm dataTaker recently launched its Geologger system.

Geologger assesses the engineering properties of soils for their suitability for embankments and foundations.

It supports vibrating wire strain gauges and piezometers, rock stress analysis cells, soil water conductivity cells and soil salinity cells as well as standard scientific and engineering sensors.

The battery powered equipment measures pressure, displacement and volume change.

The accompanying Windows-based software DeLogger Pro can be tailored for specific projects and provides an immediate graphical presentation for fast access to information and results.

Data can be exported on to disk, be directly downloaded to a laptop on site or monitored remotely using a modem, radio or ethernet.

Geologger also has built-in self-correcting features and will test sensor integrity and flag suspect data.

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