Triton Series Data logger




The Triton Series of data loggers are designed to cover a multitude of data logging applications with a minimal selection of products. All using the same solid foundation and architecture in the data logging structure but with variations on their capability means we have a data logger for every application.

Triton Series Data loggers


With options of pressure and/or flow sensors either internally fitted or externally connected using MIL C Spec connectors means the sensor ranges and capabilities are limitless.

With user selectable data logging regimes and various logging frequencies means the battery life is greater than 5 years when used at 15 minute intervals with the additional ability to store data as instantaneous, minimum, maximum and average measurements based on the sampling rate selected.

Measurements down to 1 second are possible from the standard logger or 1khz for the transient specific logger. The logger stores data in non-volatile flash memory organised into data files. The memory will retain data for 10 years if
battery fails.

Software for the Triton data loggers

Measurement accuracy is optimised using multi point calibration. Logged data can be re-calibrated before, during or after the recording by simply re-calibrating the sensor to the logger.

Downloading of data is via a fast non-contact IrDA communications link (115,200 baud). The logger software can also be upgraded in the field via the IrDA communications link.

IrDA Infra red interface for the triton data logger

The Triton range of data loggers are completely waterproof, fully submersible to 10m depth.

Applications include, but not limited to:

  • Pressure/PRV monitoring
  • Critical point monitoring
  • Zone pressure monitoring
  • Monitor weirs, reservoirs, borehole depth
  • Leakage flow-monitoring
  • Step testing
  • Hydraulic network analysis
  • Pressure surge detection
  • Rainfall monitoring
  • Pump ON/OFF times
  • Minimum night flow analysis



Please download the GCRLog software from here.  Create a folder GCRlog and unzip the files to there.


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