Press Release Summary:
Battery-powered OM-CP-OCTPROCESS automatically measures and records current in -20 to +120 mA range. Employing 16-bit ADC, standalone device records up to 16,383 current measurements through each of its 8 input channels and delivers 0.01 mA resolution. Users can define units, scale factors, and offset values, and included software converts computer into real-time strip chart recorder, where time-stamped data can be printed in graphical and tabular format or exported to Excel.
Original Press Release:
Portable 8 Channel 4 to 20 mA Current Data Logger - OM-CP-OCTPROCESS
The new OM-CP-OCTPROCESS from OMEGA is a low-cost, portable, battery-powered data logger that automatically measures and records current in the -20 to 120 mA range. Small enough to fit almost anywhere, this standalone device records up to 16,383 current measurements through each of its eight input channels. Employing a 16-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC), it delivers a high resolution of 0.01 mA. Users can define units, scale factors, and offset values. Retrieve data simply by plugging the logger into the COM port of a computer. OMEGA's easy-to-use software does the rest, converting the computer into a real-time strip chart recorder. The time-stamped data can be printed in graphical and tabular format or exported to a text or Microsoft Excel file. If the battery becomes discharged, the logger's non-volatile memory provides a measure of data security.
Price starts at $999
For more information, go to the OMEGA Engineering Inc. web site at http://www.omega.com/DAS/pdf/OM-CP-OCTPROCESS.pdf