Thermocouple Data Logger provides stand-alone measurements.
October 14, 2013 -
Powered by battery, 4-channel Model USB-5104 measures J, K, T, E, R, S, B, or N type thermocouples and can store up to 1.9 million measurements. Unit includes high and low alarms as well as burst logging mode, allowing logger to vary sampling intervals based on changing temperature conditions. Start, stop, and restart pushbuttons facilitate operation. Set up via included software and USB connection to PC or Mac, logger can save data to variety of formats including .csv for Excel.
|Original Press Release |
Measurement Computing Corp.
10 Commerce Way
Norton, MA, 02766
New Stand-Alone Thermocouple Data Logger from Measurement Computing
NORTON, Mass., -- Measurement Computing Corporation, the value leader in data acquisition, today announces the release of the USB-5104, four-channel, battery powered, thermocouple data logger. The USB-5104 features an LCD display and can be used for measuring and logging temperature in a variety of applications.
The USB-5104 measures J, K, T, E, R, S, B, or N type thermocouples and can store up to 1.9 million measurements. The USB-5104 also includes high and low alarms and a burst logging mode, allowing the logger to vary sampling intervals based on changing temperature conditions. Start, stop, and restart pushbuttons make taking data easy and straightforward.
At only $329, the USB-5104 is an accurate, affordable solution for stand-alone thermocouple measurements.
The USB-5104 is set up via the included software and a USB connection to a PC or Mac. The logger is then deployed and acquires data. The logging duration is dependent upon the selected logging interval and mode. Data can be saved to a variety of formats including .csv for Excel.
About Measurement Computing
Measurement Computing is the market leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of value-priced data acquisition hardware, and test and measurement software solutions for both programmers and non-programmers. More information about Measurement Computing is available on the Web at www.mccdaq.com.
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