CAS DataLoggers in collaboration with dataTaker has announced the release of Series 3 DT85 Intelligent Universal Input Data Logger. An advanced data logger, the Series 3 guarantees extended durability, flexibility and accuracy.
The data logger can be simultaneously connected to several input points and provides more data logging features as compared to its predecessors.
The Series 3 data logging offers precise measurements which makes it suitable for use in a variety of applications that need different types of measurement. The DT85 Series 3 model with advanced communication features makes it best suited for use in remote monitoring control and data acquisition in real time. Accurate to 0.1 %, the RTD sensor in the device allows for thermocouple measurements five times more precise compared to earlier devices. The device also features an upgraded cold junction compensation box along with two-wire single-ended resistance measurements which allow three resistance measurements for each input channel and a 5-volt terminal for powering external devices.
DT85 data logger The phase encoder inputs, 12 digital channels, 16 to 48 analog sensor channels, 4 counter inputs and serial sensor channels featured in the DT85 data logger series allows for the device to be connected to a variety of data measurement sources and most sensors, whereby most physical values can be logged and scaled. The physical values include 4-20mA loops, current, voltage, temperature, strain gauges, resistance and frequency.
The stand-alone series 3 DT85 is a low power data logger that is expandable to 900 analog inputs and capable of storing a maximum of 10 million data points. It archives data and also copies it to USB memory and can transfer the same via FTP if required. The communications capabilities of the Series 3 DT85 include USB memory stick ports, USB, Ethernet and RS-232 with modem support. The device supports SDI-12 sensor networks, FTP, web interface as well as Modbus for SCADA systems.