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New Features for Data Loggers

Jan 26 2010 Read 740 Times

The SpaceLogger data loggers range from Richard Paul Russell (UK) have a new look and enhanced features.

The standalone SpaceLogger units record RS232 ASCII data to a removable MMC mobile memory card. They are ideal for remote logging applications due to their compact size, low power consumption and high capacity data storage, up to 2 GByte.

The WindLogger model continues to provide straightforward, affordable logging of wind speed and direction data when using Gill Instruments’ WindSonic or WindObserver ultrasonic sensors. Sampled data is time-stamped and stored to daily. New set-up features allow greater compatibility of the WindLogger with many other RS232 sensors with improved sample selection. RS232 output from the WindLogger may now be enabled and file names and extensions customised.

The TextLogger model is ideal for equipment record-keeping and replacing RS232 printers. It records all ASCII text strings from a wide range of devices with RS232 output. Data is stored to a .TXT log file. New features include compatibility with a greater range of baud rates and optional RS232 output of the incoming data stream.

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