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Subject: Recording hygrothermographs and dataloggers

Recording hygrothermographs and dataloggers

From: Will Jeffers <wjeffers>
Date: Thursday, March 22, 2001
Rachael Arenstein <arenst [at] fas__harvard__edu> writes

>While some of the loggers have nice display functions and/or audible
>alarms like the Tracker, none of the loggers will show you at a
>quick glance a week's worth of data in the way a hygrothermograph
>will.

Dickson has recently released a datalogger (model #FH 121) which
might solve this dilemma.  An LCD on the datalogger supports the
display of trended RH and temperature data in graphic form (similar
to a traditional hygrothermograph chart), allowing for on-site
viewing of a "chart" without having to download the logger.

A brief description of this datalogger can be found at
<URL:http://www.dicksonweb.com> by doing a product search for the
FH121.

Will Jeffers
Collections Care Specialist
Department of Scientific Research
Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
USA
617-369-3466
Fax: 617-369-3702



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