Portable data logger

  • 03-Mar-2009 12:16 EST

Omega Engineering’s OM-SQ2020 series handheld data loggers combine high-performance features and universal inputs in a compact and easy-to-operate instrument. With a four-push-button user interface and LCD, the CE-compliant product offers eight true differential or 16 single-ended universal analog inputs plus two high voltage, four pulse, and eight digital event/state inputs. The analog inputs can be used with thermistors; thermocouples; two-, three-, or four-wire resistance temperature detector (RTD) temperature sensors; and 4 to 20 mA signals. Suitable for industrial and quality assurance applications, the OM-SQ2020 series includes Microsoft Windows software for data logger setup and data transfer to PC. Together with the company’s suite of software, the OM-SQ2020 provides stand-alone data acquisition, real-time metering, and data analysis straight out of the box.

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