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Bourne, Mass.-based Onset Computer Corp., a data logger provider, has introduced the Bulk Export Tool, a free plug-in software utility for the company's HOBOware Pro data logger software package.

The Bulk Export Tool automatically converts data log files that are collected by multiple HOBO data logger devices to text files. Other data analysis programs can use these text files.

"It's not uncommon for users to have hundreds of HOBO data loggers in the field and to want to look at their data in a spreadsheet or with specialized analysis software," explains Paul Gannett, product marketing manager for Onset. "Exporting data files one-at-a-time can be time-consuming. With the new Bulk Export Tool, users can now simply click on any number of data files they wish to convert and the tool will export them all at once."

For more information, visit onsetcomp.com.


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