We recently talked about how a DPF works, so the next question to ask is how does a DPF data logger work?

The purpose of a data logger is to record backpressure, exhaust gas temperature and engine RPM. This data helps with service lifecycle predictions and assists with scheduling DPF cleaning and analysis of filter performance.

Design Features

  • Mounted inside an IP66 316 stainless steel enclosure
  • Teflon stainless steel braided backpressure hose designed to endure extended periods of high temperature
  • Thermocouple cable sleeved in silicone fire sleeve


  • Multi-core double insulated Plug-n-Play harnesses
  • Cable terminations are designed for HD environments utilising military-spec aluminium Cannon fittings
  • Stand-alone over current protection

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