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The new DAT TinyLog

Industry News
Written by Piling Canada
October 2019

Introduced at the Bauma Exhibition, the new datalogger of DAT instruments is now in production. DAT TinyLog is 35 centimetres wide, 25 centimetres long and is less than six centimetres thick.

A project evolution

Born from the top range DAT WideLog, this new instrument is born from the market and the specific needs of operators. It is a product with high performance, maximum functionality and connectivity together with small dimensions.

“From DAT WideLog,” Amedeo Valoroso, CEO of DAT instruments said, “the DAT TinyLog has inherited all main technical characteristics. DAT TinyLog monitor is a 12-inch coloured touch screen, which [displays] in a detailed way, a huge quantity of graphics, numerical values and gauges, and everything needed by the operator in order to drill or inject in the most precise way. Obviously, this is a touch screen deployed for [the] field… which can be used even wearing gloves.”

DAT TinyLog is made of stainless steel and aluminium to be as strong as possible. In addition, DAT TinyLog can work in extremely high or low temperatures, sand and water. DAT TinyLog is waterproof, thanks to the appropriate seals and IP68 connectors. The system can also be remotely programmed and supported through remote-assistance/e-care by DAT instruments technicians for set up, maintenance or creation of new customized functions.

Totally versatile

The new DAT TinyLog is a champion of versatility. As it is possible to connect any kind of sensor, this new datalogger can be used in any drilling sector.

Data can be downloaded via USB flash drive or uploaded to the internet. In fact, the DAT TinyLog is equipped with an ethernet port and Wi-Fi antenna for internet connection. Moreover, it is also possible to install a 3G or 4G modem. During the operating phase, data is transferred to every single hole, and the results are available in the office in real time. The data can be displayed on every kind of device and all files are compatible with Microsoft Excel.

“It is perfect for the most innovative markets, but able to work even in the most common fields. The price of this datalogger is between the top of the range DAT WideLog and the cheaper JET DSP 100, JET SDP and JET 4000 AME,” said Valoroso. 🍁

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