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A digital ambient air data logger built on Debian.

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This is the California Air Resources Board, environmental digital data logger (CARBLogger) project which develops and maintains an open source, shell-script based digital data acquisition and reporting system.

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  • Menu Driven
  • Drivers being written for many of the larger air monitoring instruments
  • Sends email diagnostic data to station operator.
  • Uses Gnome, MariaDB, FeedGNUPLOT, GNUPLOT, dd, sjinn, awk, sed, Putty, UFW, and BASH
  • Provides remote access to the air monitoring station.


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Intended Audience

Non-Profit Organizations, Government, Science/Research, Education, Advanced End Users, Engineering

Programming Language

Unix Shell



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