Log pressure and/or temperature data from a Field Gauge to your computer

Log pressure and/or temperature data from a Field Gauge LC20 to your computer

  1. Save pressure and/or temperature data from one or more Field Gauges directly to one data file on your computer.

  2. View live readings and graphing of pressure and/or temperature over time.

  3. Export the saved data to .CSV or a neatly formatted .PDF file.




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