Temperature data logger for Industrial Process

Ivan Imonigie, Ebenezer John, Bamidele Idiong


One of the challenges in industrial process monitoring is the ability to take accurate measurement of variables. In today’s world where industries are sited remotely due to proximity to raw materials or for the purpose of safety of human habitation, there’s needed to infer measurement of variables and store data for retrieval at convenience or transmitted through telemetry for the purpose of control and automation. This is made possible using data acquisition system. A multi-channel data logging system is crucial and valuable in many Engineering applications especially where the environmental monitoring plays a substantial role. Implementation of a low cost, universal data logger based on the AVR Atmega328 and the DFRobot SD Module is described in this work. Test implementation was performed at the technology center of one of the world’s leading oilfield service companies to demonstrate industrial application. The design and implementation of the portable low-cost data-logger was achieved using few electronic components. The hardware part includes power supply, temperature sensor, SD card, and an Arduino micro-controller which contain the program used in the data logging. The system is ideal for battery operated low power data logging applications.

Keywords: Logging, data, Atmega328, Module, Arduino, System.

DOI: 10.7176/CEIS/13-3-04

Publication date: July 31st 2022

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