Digi Log Multichannel Data Recorders
Digi Log Universal Inputs for measure control and data logFeatures
- universal inputs: RTD + TC or U + I (SRD-99)
- fixed inputs: RTD, TC, U, I (SRD-N16)
- 2 relay outputs
- backlight: amber or white
- panel or wall mount version
- memory up to 3 000 000 records
- quick data transfer via ports: USB Host (USB flash drive),
- USB PC (wire), RS-485 (Modbus RTU)
- display measured values in °C or °F
The DigiLog line instruments have been designed to display and record current values, as well as to present technological parameters in a graphical form. The devices are equipped with up to 8 measuring inputs. The panel mounted version, DIG-99 , operates universal temperature or analogue inputs, which enables connecting different types of sensors to one device, while the wall mounted version, DIG-N16 , operates fixed inputs. A USB flash drive enables a significant simplification of the unit application: it is no longer necessary to connect a PC and data logger via the RS-485 interface, data downloading can be completed 10 times sooner than
in case of using the RS-485 port.
The DigiLog is equipped with 2 relay outputs. The main function of the outputs is to signal critical situations, but thanks to the expanded menu it is possible to use it in numerous control and regulation applications. Both outputs can be driven by a single measurement channel or by a group of channels (from 1 to 8 channels) with individually adjustable thresholds for every measurement channel.
Signalising output states is displayed in two fields, R1 and R2, in the left upper corner of the LCD screen.
Digi Log Line
The DIG-99 is the first device in DigiLog line. It’s equipped with a 2,9" monochrome graphic which makes user-friendly, easy and comfortable configuration
and data presentation readable and attractive. It can integrate up to eight universal inputs: temperature (RTD + TC) or analogue (U + I), one digital input for controlling a recording process, 2 electronic relay outputs with max. load 24V AC (35V DC) 200 mA, USB PC port for direct (by cable) PC connection to share data and USB Host
port (front or rear) for flash data storage and configuration transfer. Main function of outputs is a signalisation of critical situations, but thanks to expanded menu it is possible to use it in numerous control and regulation applications.
As a result of extending the range of functional applications of the DigiLog line, the DIG N16wall mounted model has been designed. The new IP 65 enclosure allows using the device in harsh environments, where safe installation of a typical controller / data recorder in a panel mounted enclosure is impossible.
It’s equipped with a monochrome graphic LCD DISPLAY which makes user-friendly, easy and comfortable configuration and data presentation readable and attractive. It can integrate up to eight fixed (RTD, TC, U or I) inputs, one digital input for the recording process control, 2 relays with max. load 1A/250V AC and one USB Host port (front or rear) for flash data storage and configuration transfer. Main function of outputs is a signalisation of critical situations, but thanks to expanded menu it is possible to use it in numerous control and regulation applications.
The individual text description of each recorded channels is possible. The multi-language menu assisted with full text descriptions makes the unit configuration process fast and easy
3 000 000 data records!
The DigiLog can record all 8 measurement channels at a speed of 1 sample per second. It has 8 MB built-in flash memory, what allows continuous data recording for over 9 months (8 measuring channels recorded every 1 min), enabling for data logging up to 3 000 0000 records
However when a USB flash drive is plugged in the USB Host port permanently, it can significantly extend the recording time without a need of data transfering from DigiLog to a PC The recording process is synchronized with the internal real time clock and can be stopped by a digital input of the unit at any moment.
The recorded data can be downloaded from the internal memory in a way which suits you best. Use a USB flashdrive or RS-485 port which allows you to perform the task wherever you are. To download data from the data logger connect it to PC via USB/RS-485 or RS-232/ RS-485 serial converter and use Loggy Soft delivered with the device.
If data logger is equipped with USB Host port, then the stored data can be downloaded from the data logger without PC connection.