Pressure gauges for capturing measurements and storing them on internal memory or transferring to a computer in real time. In addition to logging pressure measurements, these data-logging pressure gauges will also display actual pressure readings like any other dedicated digital pressure gauge. You can connect a data logging pressure gauge to a laptop or desktop computer to transfer real time or stored pressure readings, and produce charts or tabulated data, logged at selected time intervals. A communication link between the PC and datalogging pressure gauge is provided for RS232 or USB serial ports and PC software for managing the data transfer and analysis options.
- LEO Record (Ei) Capo Low Pressure Logger - Battery powered data logger for measuring and recording low range pressures. Pressure ranges from 30 mbar (12 inH2O) up to 300 mbar (120 inH2O).
- LEO3 Current or Digital Output Pressure Gauge - LCD digital pressure gauge powered externally by a 2 wire series 4-20mA current loop or a digital interface.
- LEX1 (Ei) High Accuracy Digital Pressure Gauge - High precision digital pressure gauge with an accuracy of 0.05% full scale in pressure ranges from 0...30 mbar up to 0...1000 bar.
- LEO Record (Ei) Pressure Data Logger - LEO Record combined digital manometer & pressure data logging instrument for recording pressures & temperatures that can store up to 57,000 readings.
- DM01 Multi-Range High Accuracy Pressure Gauge - High precision digital pressure gauge with 0.05% full scale accuracy, exchangeable pressure range modules from 100 mbar (1.5 psi) up to 400 bar (6000 psi).
- DM01-500-HD High Range Digital Pressure Gauge - The DM01-500 HD high range pressure gauge is available in pressure ranges from 0 to 600, 1000, 1600, 2000 & 2200 bar.
Specifying pressure gauges with data logging functionality
Computer interface type
How do you want to transfer logged data from the pressure gauge to a computer, USB, RS485, Ethernet, Bluetooth, memory stick, mobile cellular network, or WiFi?
Viewing readings during logging
How do you want to view saved readings during logging?
Do you want to view a logging trend chart on the pressure gauge display or only on a computer screen via a communications link?
Does the pressure gauge need to store data internally?
What is the maximum number of readings you need to collect in one logging session?
How many logging sessions will you need to run before the next opportunity to upload data from the pressure gauge?
What will be the minimum time interval you need between saved pressure data points?
How quickly do you want to collect pressure readings, is there a very brief pressure change event that you want to be able to record, or is it only a gradual trend in pressure change you are interested in recording with the pressure gauge?
Test reports and certificates
Do you need to generate your own printed reports or certificate to document the logging results?
Are you using the pressure gauge to carry out leak tests or performance tests, and need a software solution to produce a test report as documentation evidence of the test?
Exporting logged data
Will you need to export the logged data to another software program in order to process the test results ?
Do you need to save the recorded results or convert a data file to a common file format such as .txt (text) or .csv (comma separated values), so that it can be easily imported into another software program such as Excel or Google Sheets?
Checklist for data logging pressure gauge requirements
Define your data logging pressure gauge requirements using this checklist:
- View readings during logging?
- Memory size?
- Minimum logging rate?
- Computer interface type?
- Test reports and certificates?
- Exporting log data?
- Operating pressure range?
- Pressure reference?
- Power supply?
- Installation type?
- Pressure connection fitting?
- Other measurement parameters?
- Number of pressure input channels?