These units can be custom configured to user specifications, scaled to show readings appropriate for the sensor they are connected to. Our custom scaling service enables us to create customised data loggers for a wide range of applications.
Logger inputs include voltage from 0 to 25V DC and current from
0 to 20mA DC. A count input data logger will also record up to
14,000 counts per logging interval. The battery powered, portable
Tinytag Instrumentation loggers are available in two case styles;
the rugged and waterproof Plus 2 case, and the splash-proof View 2
case with a display. The data loggers also have a high reading
resolution and accuracy, and include a low battery monitor.
Instrumentation data logging range.
The loggers require Tinytag Explorer software and a USB download
cable (CAB-0007-USB). The logger is supplied with the appropriate
input lead to connect it to a third-party sensor, and for sensors
that already have an output cable, a 2/5 pin connector plug is
To confirm that your chosen logger can be configured to work
with a specific sensor, please contact us using our Instrumentation online form.
Alternatively, please call us to discuss your requirements. Once we
have confirmed that we can proceed, a reference number for the
configuration will be supplied for you to add to your order.
Turnaround time will be five working days. Each data logger will be
given a unique custom scaling reference number, displayed on its
label, to enable future units to be easily configured to the same
We have a number of short case studies illustrating how
customers have used Tinytag data loggers connected to third-party
sensors to provide specialist data logging solutions. (The case
study may refer to the former Tintytag Re-Ed range, which has now
been upgraded as the Tinytag Instrumentation range with the custom
Tinytag count loggers are used to create custom-made impact data
loggers for scientists studying sediment
movement in rivers.
Tinytag count loggers have been used to create a pluviometer, an
effective solution for accurate rainfall
Temperature and count data loggers are used to monitor cave
conditions as part of a project to reconstruct past climate
Tinytag count loggers have been deployed to monitor water meters
for analysing consumption
and usage profiles to hospital wards.
Historic England chose Tinytags as part of a flooding and energy
efficiency research project: Millivolt data loggers were used
with solarimeter sensors, while Plus 2 loggers were used to measure
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency is using Tinytag
count input data loggers connected to a rain gauge to record rainfall
data as part of vital flood warning work.
Tinytag count data loggers connected to a tipping bucket rain
gauge are used by the Peak District National Park Authority to help
monitor the impact of moorland conservation and restoration on
overland across the surface of the moor.