TOP 5 REASONS
TO CHOOSE A PORTABLE DATALOGGER FROM GRAPHTEC
Dataloggers have reliance on the computer software to do all the set up for channel inputs and other features such as triggering and alarming. With Graphtec portable dataloggers, set up can be done at the palm of your hand taking away the reliance on computer software and giving away to a true standalone datalogger with on-site recording capability eliminating the need for an added cost of the hardware and software for the computer platform.
Graphtec dataloggers have the industry-leading isolated electrical inputs that eliminate noise factors affecting channel to channel impact on your measurement variety. From temperature variation to scaled voltage inputs, Graphtec’s focus is to monitor and data log the most accurate measurement with the highest integrity for the source data so you can trust what you read and record.
Engineering scaling feature on the channel inputs of the GL instruments allows you to scale your 0-10VDC outputs (or 4-20mA current output) from various transducers including pressure sensors, flow meters, anemometers, and current probes. Digital input channels also allow a pulse input to measure revolution per cycle (RPM), count (volume), and totalized signal (instantaneous count) for flow rate from pulse generators such as tachometers and flow meters.
Data Acquisition Systems and Test & Measurement instruments can oftentimes add heavy loads to R&D cost and engineering labor hours due to their sophisticated software mechanisms and integration. Graphtec Dataloggers and Data Platform eliminate these problems with a versatile system that launches test applications quickly and cost effectively.
Graphtec GL dataloggers are capable of recording directly onto an Excel CSV file on the memory bank of the main unit. Our aim is to get the data to your hand as quickly as possible. The USB drive mode can quickly parse the data from the datalogger to your PC, and additional external SD card memory with up to 32GB of data can allow enough storage to log 1 second data for all 10 channels for over 10 years – enough for the entire life of the site.