The DAT WideLog is an innovative data logger designed specifically to meet the monitoring and data logging needs at geotechnical and special foundation construction sites, as well as large construction projects. With its advanced technology, the DAT WideLog offers a wide range of features and benefits. It is an indispensable device for monitoring construction site activities.
One of the key features of DAT WideLog is its ability to capture and record data in real time. This means that information can be processed immediately, enabling quick and effective decision making. In fact, it can be used in all applications where multiple data loggers would normally have to be used: jet grouting, concrete injections, valved piles, boreholes, DAC testing, CFA, deep mixing, soil mixing, vibroflotation, diaphragms, hydro tillers, Lugeon and Lefranc testing. In fact, depending on the technology used, it will be sufficient to install the appropriate sensor set for your application.
The flexibility of DAT WideLog: innovative data logger
Because of its flexibility, the DAT WideLog is compatible with a wide range of sensors and data acquisition devices. It allows settings to be customized to the specific needs of the worksite. In addition, the DAT WideLog is easy to use and configure thanks to its intuitive user interface and its configuration software which is included.
DAT WideLog can withstand the extreme environmental conditions often encountered on construction sites and special construction projects. In fact, it is water, dust and shock resistant and can even be used in extreme temperature conditions. Skilled operators can also use the DAT WideLog while wearing gloves and interacting with its touchscreen.
In summary, the DAT WideLog is an innovative data logger. It offers a wide range of features and benefits for construction sites and large construction projects. With its ability to acquire and record data in real time, its high security, its flexibility and its robustness, the DAT WideLog is an ideal choice for monitoring activities at geotechnical and special foundation construction sites as well as large construction works.