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Arduino data logger update

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

An update on Edward Mallon’s Arduino data logger project we covered previously: If you need a logger with a cheap durable housing, it’s still hard to beat the Dupont-jumper build released in 2016. But sometimes I need more of a bare-bones unit for bookshelf test runs while I shake down...

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Open source data logger

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

An Arduino Nano-based open source data logger by Liudr. I have been designing data logger for a number of years. This is my answer to lots of data logging needs. An Arduino Nano-based open source data logger More details at Liudr's blog.

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Logging I2C Data with Bus Pirate and Python

Thursday, February 16th, 2017

Scott Harden writes, "I’m working on a project which requires I measure temperature via a computer, and I accomplished this with minimal complexity using a Bus Pirate and LM75A I2C temperature sensor." More details at SWHarden.com. Get your own handy Bus Pirate for $30, including world-wide shipping. Also available from our...

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DIY Arduino ProMini data logger

Friday, October 28th, 2016

Ed Mallon blogged about his DIY ProMini data logger build: Typical pro-mini loggers built with this design sleep at 0.25mA, before extra sensors are added. At that current draw, the logger should deliver approximately six months of operation on three brand new AA batteries with a 15min duty cycle; depending...

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Simple Arduino SD-Card GPS/NMEA Datalogger

Saturday, January 23rd, 2016

KF5OBS writes: This article is going to show how to build a minimalistic GPS datalogger. The GPS logger is based on the Arduino platform and stores raw NMEA sentences from pretty much any GPS module to a SD card. More details at KF5OBS blog.

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Data logger deluxe version

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

An update on LuckyResistor’s data logger project we covered previously: Just to let you know the deluxe version of the data logger is almost done. The hardware is ready and tested – currently I finish the menu based software for the data logger. Menu based control with 5 capacitive inputs...

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Are my documents safe in the root cellar at ~80% humidity?

Thursday, August 20th, 2015

luckyresistor has been working on his Data Logger project: There is a large cellar where I could store unused items and documents, but the catch is the humidity there. It is a root cellar near a small brook and the humidity varies between 75% up to 90%. Archived material should...

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LED logger v3

Monday, March 16th, 2015

Bogdan of Electro Bob built a LED logger v3, that is available on github: In short:  16 LED channels are measured, one is kept for control of the sensor. For each LED the power supply and current are measured. The temperature of the aluminium plate is measured as well. In total there...

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A Xively logger library for Spark Core

Monday, November 24th, 2014

Davide Gironi writes: Xively (formerly Cosm and before that Pachube) is an on-line database service allowing developers to connect sensor-derived data (e.g. energy and environment data from objects, devices & buildings) to the Web and to build their own applications based on that data. This library is a modular and...

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Temperature data logger using PIC12F683 and DS1820

Monday, July 28th, 2014

Rajendra over at Electronics Lab wrote an article on his temperature logger based on a Microchip's 8-pin microcontroller, PIC12F683: A data logger is a device that records measurements over time. The measurements could be any physical variable like temperature, pressure, voltage, humidity, etc. This project describes how to build a mini...

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Voltage recorder with playback

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

Dick Cappels wrote an article detailing his AVR data logger and voltage recorder: The recorder includes the functionality of a data logger but also plays back recorded voltages and can perform a curve trace function.A simple file system provides for up to 128 different sequential files totaling up to 130,000...

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App note: Wi-Fi data logger

Saturday, April 19th, 2014

An app note from Microchip on Wi-Fi data logger (PDF!): Dataloggers are used in a variety of industries, some examples are: Environmental sensors Motor RPM measurements Location tags using GPS Temperature sensors Light sensors Motion sensors A data logger can be configured in a number of ways depending on the application. This case...

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miniLOG – Precision standalone voltage logger

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

Jakub Felcenloben over at Electronics Lab has written up documentation on his latest project called miniLOG, a basic data logger: miniLOG is a precise standalone voltage logger that save the data on a SD card. It has 4 basic analog channels: one has 12bit resolution for voltage measurements, two channels have 10bit...

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SD card logger library with log rotation that fits on ATmega8

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Davide Gironi writes: This library implements an SD card Data Logger that runs on ATmega. It has a small footprint, so it can be loaded on an ATmega8, leaving space for user code. It supports SD and microSD cards formatted with FAT16. It also features log rotation. The "Petit FAT...

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GPS to SD card data logger and compass

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013

Want to keep track of your trips from anywhere you are? Here's a DIY GPS to SD-card data logger/compass by Ktulu: Earlier this year I have bought on the flea market a used car GPS system, an Amstrad gp1000.  (Un)fortunately it was so badly damaged, that it could not be  repaired,...

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