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Data Loggers

Postby Plantimpact » Fri Feb 15, 2013 11:52 am


I require a data logger that will allow me to record pH, temperature, torque and rpm from a separate pH meter, temperature sensor, and overhead mixer onto one laptop. The mixers I have seen largely use RS232 cables for connecting with other devices, are there pico data loggers that use that cable and can accept and collate four data streams and present that data in a user friendly format?


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Re: Data Loggers

Postby PeterF » Mon Feb 18, 2013 3:21 pm

Pico data loggers accept analogue data input only (volts, current, etc) not digital. As long as all your sensors output in some form of analogue way, one of our Pico Loggers should be able to collect your data, display it and save to hard drive. The most usual analogue types are:-
Current (including 4-20mA)
Wheatstone bridge differential input.
Please contact us again if you have any other questions.
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