iVDC-10 iLOG Voltage and Temperature Data Logger
iLog Voltage Data Logger is low cost, high accuracy, battery powered, stand-alone voltage + ambient temperature data logger. The logger records up to 8 megabyte of data and stores them in non-volatile flash memory for later retrieval. Its aluminum enclosure makes it excellent in the harshest industrial environment.
Input voltage signal can be from sensors, transducers, transmitters or any other common voltage sources.
Its on-board temperature channel provides environment monitoring and temperature compensation.
Plug & Play USB port and versatile custom equation simplify communications and engineering unit conversion. 16-bit ADC makes it well suited for science and laboratory applications where precise and accurate measurements are critical.
Simply plug the logger to computer's USB port, and the software automatically recognizes it and handles the configuration, downloading, graph viewing and more...
- 16-bit analog-to-digital converter
- Temperature compensation
- 8 megabyte memory size
- Both USB and serial interfaces with auto baud rate of up to 115200 bps
- Over 12 years of battery life
- Powerful software for configuration, downloading, plotting, analysis and alarm reporting
- Configurable alarm controls/excitation controls
- Wide sampling interval selections (20 milliseconds to 12 hours)
- Rugged aluminum enclosure
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|Product Name||iLog Voltage Data Logger|
|Connection||Plugable terminal block for one external channels, excitation controls and alarm outputs|
|Channels||One on-board thermistor temperature (-40°C ~ 70°C, -40°F ~ 158°F)
One external voltage channel:10 VDC
|Accuracy||Thermistor: ±0.2°C(0°C ~ 70°C, 32°F ~ 158°F)
Voltage channels: ±0.05% FSR @ 25°C
|Input Impedance||> 1 MOhms|
|Over-voltage Protection||-3VDC ~ +40VDC|
|Channel Alarms||Two editable alarm thresholds per channel.|
|Alarm Output||ALARM1 & A2/E terminal strips can be configured as alarm outputs.
Alarm-On: MOSFET(N-Channel) switch on
Alarm-Off: MOSFET(N-Channel) switch off
Max Power: 200mA @ 24VDC
|Alarm-On Delay||Programmable 0 - 10 minutes delay with 1-minute increment.|
|Alarm Indicator||On-board LED becomes red when in alarm condition.|
|Size||8 Mega bytes (4 MB readings).|
|Data Retention||Over 20 years.|
|Sampling Interval||20 milliseconds to 12 hours programmable. (external power supply required if in fast sample mode)|
|Logging Mode||Stop recording or FIFO when memory is full.|
|Logging Activation||Programmable instant, start delay or field push button activation.|
|Interface||USB (Mini-USB-B) (USB-A-mini USB-B Cable included)
AUX(RJ11) for TTL level RS232 communications.
|Baud Rate||Auto-detect baud rate from 2400 to 115200 bps on both USB and AUX.|
|Power||Built-in 3.6V Lithium Battery.|
|Battery Life||12 years based on 1 minute sampling interval.|
|SiteView (Sold separately)||Configuration, downloading, plotting, real-time view, custom calibration and custom equation.|
|Software Requirement||Computer with 1.0 GHz or faster processor
1 GB Memory or higher
10 GB of available hard-drive space or higher
Windows XP with SP2 or later, Vista, Window 7,8,10
At least one USB port or one COM port.
|Dimension||88 X 64.2 X 24 mm (3.46 X 2.53 X 0.95 inches).|
|Mounting||Probe/wall-mount holes for hanging/mounting.|
|LED Indicator||Tri-Color LED: (can be disabled for power saving)
Normal Sampling: light green when sampling.
Alarm: red when sampling.
Low Battery: amber when sampling.
|Excitation Control||A2/E terminal strip can be configured as excitation control output for driving the power of connected devices.
Warm-up delay interval settings: 10 to 240 seconds with 10-second increment.
|Operating Environment||-40 ~ +70 °C (-40 °F ~ 158 °F), 0 ~ 95% RH non-condensing.|
|Clock Accuracy||±1 mintue per month.|
Logger Memory Capacity
|Sampling Interval||Enabled Channel||Logging Capacity|
|1 minute||1||4 years|
|1 minute||2||2 years|
|10 seconds||1||242 days|
|10 seconds||2||121 days|
|1 second||1||24 days|
|1 second||2||12 days|
|100 milliseconds||1||29 hours|
|100 milliseconds||2||14 hours|