Audon Electronics - PRODUCT NEWS
New compact light-weight Data Logger/Chart Recorder.
The GL200 available from Audon Electronics is a new compact light-weight data logger/chart recorder accepting 10 thermocouple, humidity and voltage analogue inputs. With its large format colour display, you can easily set up and capture data with the ability to monitor waveforms and digital values during measurements. Its instant replay function makes it easy to review data that has been captured to internal memory or removable USB memory stick storage. Standard PC interface makes GL200 accessible through USB.
The GL200 accepts voltage, temperature, humidity, pulse and logic signals. Channel-to-channel isolation means wiring errors or overloaded channels do not affect neighbouring channels. Sensors are connected via rear mounted screw terminals. The built-in 3.5M memory is non-volatile so that data is retained even if the power supply is interrupted.
Two USB ports are provided, one for a USB memory device and one for linking to a PC. Commercially available USB memory devices may be used for direct capture of data. With a 512M device, users can capture data for up to 269 days (10 channels, 1 second sampling rate).An optional battery pack is available for use where mains power is unavailable. The battery pack allows up to 6 hours of operation.
All the GL200's functions can be accessed through the easy-to-use keypad and LCD screen. Single touch buttons for such tasks as display mode, setup and logging start/stop negate the need for complicated menu trees. The bright easy-to-read 3.5" colour LCD screen makes it even easier to review measurement settings, measured waveforms and digital values.
The GL200 is supplied with a copy of the OPS022 software. The OPS022 program provides excellent control over most GL Series functions, allowing PC control. It also provides convenient data transfer from the GL Series to your PC, as well as converting measured data into file formats that can be used with spreadsheet applications, data analysis applications, and other software programs. Converted data can be easily processed in electronic spreadsheets and graphs using popular applications such as Excel.
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