Stand-alone Data Acquisition and Flash Memory

Stand-alone Data Acquisition and Flash Memory

For years, DATAQ has offered a number of different flash memory solutions for stand-alone data acquisition. Beginning with standard 2GB max capacity SD-style cards for older DI-710/718 series data loggers, progressing to the 32 GB thumb-style USB drives, included with contemporary DI-2000 and DI-4000 series instruments. With maximum sample rates on the order of 14.4 Read MoreSource: DATAQ…

UltraShock Applications

UltraShock Applications

The UltraShock is a versatile, compact, tri-axial shock recorder with additional temperature, pressure, and humidity sensors making it suitable for a variety of applications.  This model features a large memory capacity, rechargeable battery, and convenient form factor.  The six included sensors can be easily enabled or disabled to tailor the capabilities to the specific needs […]
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Convert and Combine WinDaq Files in Microsoft Excel Format

Convert and Combine WinDaq Files in Microsoft Excel Format

Getting data into Microsoft Excel format is one of the most common customer requests. Often times customers are dealing with numerous data files, and the prospect of manually converting those files, one-by-one, into .CSV format. Fortunately, the software engineering team here at DATAQ has a solution! In conjunction with the WINDH32.EXE (WinDaq Waveform Browser), the Read More Source: DATAQ…

Multiplexing Could Give Neural Networks a Big Boost

Just as multiplexing can help a single communication channel carry many signals at the same time, a new study reveals that multiplexing can help neural networks scan dozens of streams of data simultaneously, letting them greatly boost the rate at which they analyze information. Source: What’s New in Measurement and Control?…

How Does a Data Logger Work?

How Does a Data Logger Work?

If you are a fan of MadgeTech’s blogs, you probably have seen our previous article “What is a Data Logger & How to Choose the Right One” and perhaps even our educational guide “An Introduction to Data Logging”.  Both pieces of information are useful to help you decide if you need a data logger, what […]
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Monitoring Arctic permafrost with satellites, supercomputers and deep learning

Permafrost is important for the planet’s climate, containing large amounts of biomass stored as methane and carbon dioxide, making tundra soil a carbon sink. However, permafrost’s innate characteristics and changing nature are not well understood. Source: What’s New in Measurement and Control?…

Temperature Studies: What is Temperature Validation?

Temperature Studies: What is Temperature Validation?

When it comes to complying with regulatory guidelines and requirements, temperature monitoring tasks can become complex. That’s why it’s important to understand the terminology and differences between temperature qualification, temperature validation, and temperature mapping.
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Detecting crop nitrogen with hyperspectral sensors on planes

The sensing technique is not only very fast, it also provides much higher spectral and spatial resolution of nitrogen status and photosynthetic capacity than similar studies using satellite imagery. Source: What’s New in Measurement and Control?…

Temperature Studies: What is Temperature Mapping?

Temperature Studies: What is Temperature Mapping?

When it comes to long-term temperature monitoring or short-term temperature studies, there are a lot of terms that can be thrown around. This series of blog posts is meant to shed some light on these different terms and break down their meanings. To read section one on temperature qualification, click here. What is temperature mapping and why is it important? Temperature mapping, […]
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