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Getting started with Clever Logger

Just received your Clever Logger? Let's go!

Here’s what you’ll need:


A computer

Clever Logger Gateway

The gateway

Clever Logger Temperature loggers

A logger

The Internet


If you’d like to know a bit more about Clever Logger – how it works and the main features – you can read this article before you start the installation.

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Clever Logger has a web-based interface (like online banking or Facebook). The first step is to jump on and create your organisation’s online account.

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The gateway is the connection between your loggers and the internet, so our next step is to get the gateway set up and connected to the internet.

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Once the gateway is connected to the internet, we can connect to the loggers, configure them, and set up alarms and reports. 

Next steps

If you followed the steps above, your account is created, your gateway is connected to the internet and your loggers are saving data to the internet – that’s the hard part done and it wasn’t even hard. Now, here are some extra steps you can take with your Clever Logger system.


You're going to love Clever Logger

To prove it, we’ll send you a Starter Kit to try out for a whole month.

Set it up, have a play, explore the features – obligation free.

If you love it, just let us know.

If not, just send it back.

What is NATA?

The National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) is the recognised national accreditation authority for analytical laboratories and testing service providers in Australia. It is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that provides independent assurance of technical competence. 

NATA accredits organisations to perform testing and inspection activities for their products and services. This gives consumers the assurance they need to make safe, healthy and reliable choices .

Location Views

In the top right corner of the Location page, you will find the View chooser.

There are three options: Simple, Detailed and Gauge.


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