RS-232 Data Logger captures serial data from devices.
February 3, 2009 -
Supporting communication rates from 50-912,600 baud, Acumen SDR2-CF captures serial data from sensors, scales, GPS systems, and other types of electronic equipment with standard RS-232 outputs. Captured data is recorded on PC-compatible, removable CompactFlash(TM) card for retrieval and analysis. Consuming less than 250 mW in low power mode, unit includes separate data and control ports, output predefined strings to trigger readings, and FAT32 file support for 64 GB of storage.
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|Original Press Release |
12628 Chillicothe Rd., Unit J
Chesterland, OH, 44026
New RS-232 Serial Data Logger
The New Acumen SDR2-CF provides a convenient way to capture serial data from devices including sensors, scales, GPS systems and other types of electronic equipment with standard RS-232 outputs. The captured data is recorded on a PC compatible, removable CompactFlash(TM) card for easy retrieval and analysis. Other features include:
o Supports communication rates from 50 to 912,600 baud
o Low power - < 250 mWatt in low power mode
o FAT32 File support for up to 64 GB of storage
o Separate data and control ports
o Easy set-up and configuration
o Output predefined strings to trigger readings
o Supports capture to multiple time stamped files
o Compact rugged enclosure
For more information on the Acumen SDR2-CF, click the following link to the SDR2-CF Data Sheet http://www.dataloggerinc.com/datasheets/acumen-sdr2-cf.pdf. For more information on all of the data logging products we carry, please visit our web site, http://www.DataLoggerInc.com.
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RS-232 Data Logger
Hi, what the price and time to delivery for the RS232 Data Logger.
nicolas bouchard on Feb 24, 2014 10:13
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We have the RS-232 loggers in stock ready to ship. Please call one of our application engineers to discuss pricing at (440)729-2570.
By CAS Data Loggers on Feb 28, 2014 08:45