The HOBO U14 LCD Temperature/Relative Humidity (RH) Data Logger displays and records temperature and humidity conditions. It is well-suited for use in manufacturing, processing, and storage environments where reliable monitoring and documentation of specific temp/RH conditions are critical.
HOBO U14 LCD Temperature-RH Data Logger
The HOBO U14 is designed for a non‐condensing, non‐corrosive environment. Keep the logger dry. Some external sensors can be placed in harsher environments than the logger. See the external sensor specifications in the sensor user manual.
- Faster USB data download time
- Improved Temp/RH sensor resolution
- Real-time display of Temperature and RH
- Alarm display and output ensure timely notification of out-of-range conditions
- Optional protective case for wet or condensing environments
Onset Computer Corporation
470 MacArthur Blvd., Bourne, MA 02532, USA
They design and manufacture equipment and instruments applied in the measurement-analysis of sound and vibration. These include Software and Systems used to study vibration.
Bruel and Kjaer – Sound & Vibration Measurement
History – In 1943 Bruel and Kjaer launched Type 4301 – the world’s first charge accelerometer – and entered the world of vibration measurement.
Sound Level Meter – Type 2240
In just two seconds, the sound level meter is powered-up and ready to measure.
A low-cost, Class 1 sound level meter conforming to international standards. The three-button user-interface and large digital display make it easy to use for on-the-spot measurements.
Class 1 measurement precision conforming to the latest standards. Dynamic range: 30 – 140 dB in two 80 dB ranges.
- LAeq, LAFmax, LCpeak, LAF
- Handy and lightweight
- Large and clear display
- 6 hour battery life from two AA cells
Older post in delabs
For over fifty years, LDS has specialized in high quality vibration test systems and has become a worldwide leading supplier. Test and Measurement. Dactron, Nicolet Technologies and Gould Instruments acquired by LDS.
LDS Test and Measurement
- 1958 – Patent for Electromagnetic Shaker
- 1971 – Digital Transient Recorder
- 1978 – Digital FFT Analyser