Data logging is one of the features of Compressed Air System. There is a feature called data logger that is connected to the connector’s incoming power. This feature collects one or two week’s cumulative data. This collected data is then taken to the offices of the Compressed Air System such as the fluid-aire dynamics for analysis. This analysis helps to measure the following areas:
- How much was the usage of air?
- What is the time in which the air is used more?
- When is your unit falling short of air?
The data loggers also help to measure the following for your business or home unit:
- Air Pressure
It is very important to keep the air pressure checked to prevent any leakage or further danger caused due of it. Companies such as the fluid-aire dynamics help you ot keep a regular track of the air pressure so you can use air at a comfortable speed and throw.
Temperature is the intensity of heat present in the air generated by the Compressed Air System. To keep the internal temperature calm and meet the necessary product requirements, it is extremely essential to maintain a regular temperature of the compressed air.
- Moisture Dew Point
The moisture dew point is a particular temperature to which the air is cooled to get saturated with water vapor. When cooled more, the condensation of water vapor will form liquid water in the form of dew. Higher dew point means more moisture. This process helps to control air humidity.
- Air Flow
Data loggers help in sustaining the air flow at a particular pressure point. This helps in sustaining the regular air flow required by a particular unit. Air flow is generated to manage the flow of air from one area to another.
- Electric Amperage
Amperage means the force or strength of electric current. This is measures in amperes. Data loggers help in measuring the amperage to avoid any overload on the compressor and the unit, both.
Voltage is the potential electromotive force. This is measured in volts. Data loggers help to measure voltage and maintain it to avoid any internal explosion. Any overload or over-current may make an electric blast.