Data-logging

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McElroy's DataLogger® 5

McElroy's DataLogger® 5 includes new software known as the DataLogger Vault™ to provide users the most up-to-date tools to ensure pipe fusion quality. The Vault provides joint-data analysis and storage and is compatible on the DataLogger 3, 4 and 5. The free online application allows users to view and analyze their joint data from almost any device and location. The new DataLogger comes with several new features including a camera for attaching photos to joint records, a barcode scanner and full support for Wi-Fi and cellular networks. The built-in GPS allows operators to record the actual fusion and final location of the fusion joint.

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