[EMS Discuss] data logger

Tue Mar 5 14:34:01 PST 2013

Hi Tom, are you looking for something mostly out of the box, or are you
interested in hacking something together?

I've used a micro-controller to monitor a long fermentation.  With my
recent LED multiplexing experience, I feel it wouldn't be too difficult to
sample 12 or more sensors with a spare microcontroller.

I'm guessing this is for a research project, so you'll probably want
something more off-the-shelf, but I'd be happy to share what info I have.

On Tue, Mar 5, 2013 at 2:24 PM, Rick Osgood <EMAIL HIDDEN>wrote:

> I don't really have any experience using data loggers, but I've seen a
> bunch of different data logger boards available on websites like
> Sparkfun.com.  I found this one just now:
> https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10216?
> Not sure if it would work for you.  I think it has 10 channels? and I know
> you said you wanted to record 12 thermocouples.  Do you already have some
> hardware you need to interface with?  Or are you starting from scratch?
> On Tue, Mar 5, 2013 at 1:31 PM, Tom Conlin <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:
>> Hi
>> I am involved in a project that could stand to have some better
>> information,. In particular I would like to log readings from about a dozen
>> thermocouples inside a kiln over the next couple of months.
>> Any suggestions on how best to do that or loans of data loggers are most
>> welcome.
>> Thanks Tom
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