Aspen adds versatile, handheld data logger
Data loggers to measure voltage, temperature and other parameters are seeing a growth in use in sensor-related systems, and to meet the needs of those working with sensors, Aspen Electronics has introduced the Sefram DAS 30 and DAS 50 handheld data loggers.
The development of IOT systems will need test equipment to mimic the electronic sensor systems being designed to make these measurements – especially products that rely upon a sensor to convert a physical parameter such as temperature, humidity, pressure, number of events per hour or sunlight into an easily readable form. For example temperature changes over a period of time, or how much sunlight our solar panels are seeing, or how much energy a piece of machinery is using, points out the company.
They have an intuitive user interface and large touch LCD screen, and are designed for ease of use for both data recording and transfer of records. They are versatile, suitable for applications such as maintenance/failure diagnostic on electrical systems; voltage, current, temperature recording and monitoring; power analysis for single-phase and three-phase systems.
The DAS 50, four-channel data logger has universal inputs to cover all types of signals. The data logger can be configured to measure parameters such as voltage, current, temperature, pressure. It has an excellent bandwidth specification, ensuring high resolution measurements, plus a 32Gbyte internal memory which means you can set it to record data for weeks. Measurements (traces, digital values) can be viewed and recorded directly in the internal memory, which can be either a USB memory stick or directly to a computer via the Ethernet connection and Sefram software.
There is a special offer this month and next: any Sefram DAS 50 loggers purchased before the 30 December 2016 will receive a free Samsung Galaxy tablet.