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Getting Started with Data Collection Do you need a way to capture important information such as temperature, pressure or voltage but don’t know how to get started? The Application Engineers at CAS DataLoggers have put together this brief overview to help guide you through the basics of data logging and how they can simplify data collection for your organization. What is a Data Logger? A data logger, or datalogger, is an electronic device designed to measure and store data values, often independently of a PC. Nowadays most data loggers are compact and relatively inexpensive. Dataloggers may be single input devices or may accept inputs from multiple types of sensors. Some loggers have built-in sensors and others have connections for external sensors.