Different plant species and varieties have varying optimum growing conditions. Through monitoring their growing environment, you can build a profile of short term/seasonal conditions, which can allow you to make informed decisions about optimal planting/growing times and areas, therefore helping to maximise productivity and yield.
Monitoring both soil and ambient temperatures as well as relative humidity can help identify microclimate and weather patterns. Which can be especially useful when trying to identify areas prone to frost which can have a serious impact on crop development.
The EL-MOTE-TH & TH+ are discreet, screenless data loggers that connect to the EasyLog Cloud for remote monitoring, ideal for outdoor applications due to its IP67 rating. Simply set up within a WiFi-range or cellular router and leave it to log automatically to the EasyLog Cloud and send email alerts to the user if certain temperature and humidity levels are breached.
Data loggers can be used to monitor temperature and humidity to help ensure animals are kept in the correct environment, to help with wellbeing and to reduce disease and losses from environmental impact. Monitoring temperature and humidity of animal enclosures and transport can help to show trends in these factors and their effect on animal welfare.
Time consuming spot checks and disruption to the livestock is minimised with the loggers' ability to record over long periods.
Data loggers can also be used to monitor livestock feed during storage, which may well be affected by fluctuations in temperature and humidity.
Storage and Distribution
It is essential to monitor environmental conditions during the storage and transportation of plants and produce to ensure they maintain their freshness and arrive at their destination in perfect condition.
Available in packs of 10, the EL-CC data logger range provides cost-effective, user-friendly loggers specially designed to monitor the cold chain of transported ambient, chilled and frozen produce. Simply press the button on board the device to start logging and plug into the computer via the USB port when finished to view the data.