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Dataloggers

From: Rachael Arenstein <arenst>
Date: Monday, April 16, 2001
Emily O'Reilly <emily_gilbert [at] hotmail__com> writes

>... After much
>researching I now have on trial a Gemini 'Tinyview' data logger.
>
>So far I have found it very easy to use, the software was simple to
>install and it was very straightforward to set up the logger. It
>seems great value price wise and is also quite compact. ...
>...
>It just all seems too easy and too-good-to-be true. Has anyone else
>out there used this system?? They are available in the UK, USA,
>Australia so probably the rest of the world.

I have tested the Gemini Tinyview and compared it to a number of
other loggers for monitoring temperature and RH.  I too found that
it was an excellent product.  The software is good, the display and
alarm features are useful, and the price competitive.  The
particular logger that I tested was slightly out of calibration
however, this may have been an isolated incident.   Nonetheless, I
would recommend that you test any new units against a psychrometer
or saturated salt solution to ensure that your readings are
accurate.  Providing it is properly calibrated, from my trials I can
not see any reason why this logger would not be a good for general
environmental monitoring.

I compared a number of different loggers in a short article in the
January 2001 AIC newsletter.  If you would like me to e-mail a copy
please don't hesitate to contact me off list.

Rachael Perkins Arenstein
Assistant Conservator
Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University
11 Divinity Avenue
Cambridge, MA  02138
617-495-2487
Fax: 617-495-7535


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