- 16 universal analog inputs (mV mA, TC, RTD)
- Four digital inputs
- Four digital outputs
- Four digital inputs/outputs
- Sampling rate 1000 m/second
- 1 SDI-12 sensor
- 2 Gb internal storage
- Software required and sold independently
Expert Logger 100 Data Acquisition System
The Expert Logger 100 is one of Delphin’s latest generation of data loggers. It integrates the newest communication technology with advanced measurement technology and is based on FPGA technology to make it particularly powerful. It is designed to process up to 16 analog input channels at both high and low rates of sampling. Measurement data can be accurately obtained, individually stored and conveyed to the internet or a PC for assessment via LAN, USB, WLAN, or LTE.
Operation Made Simple
The sensors are connected via plug-in screw terminals and a chart precisely displays how channels are organized. Users have a good overview of the channels at all times despite their high density. Each set of four terminals can be arranged as two differential inputs to measure currents, voltage, thermocouples, or to take measurements from a four-wire RTD.
Configuration – Fast and Easy
It is simple to configure the Expert Logger from a PC. These settings remain stored within the Expert Logger even when detached from the power supply. The device settings can also be read out and saved on a PC and examined offline without the necessity for a connected Expert Logger. The offline configuration settings are then merely read into the device when connected. The software used for configuration is simple to work to allow users to have total focus on their measurement responsibilities.
Intelligent Signal Processing
Signal processing using internal software channels considerably streamlines measurement tasks. Flexible calculation channels enable measurement data to submit to more computation and recording. Integrators directly calculate quantities or volumes from time-related measurement data such as mass and discharge flow rates. Limit values can track measurement data and be used to switch digital outputs or automatically transmit emails. Complex signal processing is doable using stop-clock functions, pulse counters, and operating-hours counter. Averages can be calculated and recorded as time-weighted or moving. The Expert Logger’s software channels obviously set it apart from other loggers and make it highly popular among users.
- Data logging
- Trials and tests
- Product testing
- Lab data acquisition
- Energy optimization
- Measurement data diagnosis
- Environmental measurement technology