Oregon Data Logging Service's

Building Analyst Group Inc, provides data logging services to commercial buildings for the purpose of troubleshooting energy concerns and environmental climate control issues. You could spend a few thousand dollars in purchasing data loggers and may only use them one time. Or hire us to evaluate your buildings concern, install our data loggers, create a report then send it to you. We provide all the work, use our equipment and provide accurate detailed reports for you to make a decision.

We understand that in some cases wireless data loggers may fail due to a poor internet connection. Some of your data is lost leaving you unable to complete a report.

Or spending thousands of dollars to install 24/7 monitoring and not utilizing it. With us there is nothing to purchase!   

Lighting, compressors, HVAC, electrical devices, temperatures & humidity.

  • If you are a healthcare facility that may store medicine in a refrigeration unit that is required to monitor 24/7 temperatures, this is what we do.

  • If you are a building operational manager that needs to reduce energy usage while still maintaining 100% operations, this is what we do.

  • If you are concerned about climate change and need consulting on steps to take to reduce your carbon footprint, we are building science experts.

  • Electrical motors

  • Electrical panels

  • Condensers

  • Generators

  • Compressors

  • Refrigeration systems

  • HVAC systems

  • Data centers

  • Lighting

  • Temperatures

  • Humidity


  • Step 1. Give us a call…503-884-4866

  • Step 2. We schedule an appointment to inspect your facility.

  • Step 3. We install our data loggers to record data and test mechanical equipment.

  • Step 4. We provide reports outlining areas of your building that may have concerns.

  • Step 5. Implement recommendations to reduce energy usage and or problematic issues.

  • Step 6. Once upgrades have been completed we once again install our data loggers to provide proof of savings.


Data loggers (also data logger or data recorder) is an electronic device that records data over time or in relation to location either with a built in instrument or sensor or via external instruments and sensors. Increasingly but not entirely, they are based on a digital processor (or computer) .Data loggers address a wide range of applications, both for general- and special-purpose situations. Special-purpose data loggers are available for, electrical, temperature and humidity, voltage, thermocouple, and event applications to name just a few. 

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Data logging is the process of monitoring various physical conditions and recording them over an extended period of time. The collected data is accessed and then observed then analyzed at a later date.  Data logging is not to be confused with data acquisition. While data logging is a type of data acquisition, it uses a lower sampling rate (seconds, minutes, hours, or even days). Data-acquisition systems sample data at high speeds (kS/s, MS/s, GS/s) for real-time monitoring and analysis as well as recording.

Some of the typically monitored physical characteristics include:

 

Spreadsheet report outlining temperatures and humidity inside of a building. Blue graph line indicates humidity and black line indicates temperatures in a 24 hour period. Yes this building has humidity issues. 

We provide a wide range of data loggers to get the accurate answers when analizing buildings. 

Data Logging

On a larger scale we provide data logging to collect data on electrical, temperatures, amps, watts and loads.  We can place dozen's of loggers on electrical, mechanical, HVAC, lighting to record operational use for days, weeks and months.

Now the recorded data from before & after can be reviewed. This is the only way an accurate assessment of electrical usage and ROI can be determined. 

 DataLoggers recently provided the stand-alone condition monitoring solution for a factory producing machine parts. Worn down by years of use, an electric motor critical to the business would occasionally fail due to extended operation at high temperatures. This would often cause process delays or shutdowns, hurting profitability.

To conduct predictive maintenance, the factory needed reliable condition monitoring before problems could get worse, and also required local alarm notification when temperatures went above 160°F.