Monitoring by Data Logging

Pawlik, Justin; Patterson, Brandon J.
March 2009
Journal of GXP Compliance;Spring2009, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p32
Academic Journal
The article focuses on data logging, the process of gathering information from electronic sensing instrumentation over specified time periods. It is indicated that in engineering activities, data logging is used to collect sequential readings that can be analyzed to gain a greater understanding of a system. Examples of data collected are temperature, relative humidity and chemical concentrations, and they can be applied to areas required to maintain a specific condition such as warehouses, production rooms and freezers. It is added that data loggers may be integrated with tethered computers.


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