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Micro Data Logger

LogBox-DA is an electronic data logger with two input channels, one analog and one digital. Input data is stored in the logger internal memory, for later download to a PC for visualization and analysis in the form of tables or graphs. The data is easily exported to spreadsheets.

The NXperience is the software used to configure the logger, download and visualize data. The logger configuration allows defining the logger operation mode, including programming the start/stop time of data acquisition. Other parameters such as signal input type, logging interval, multiplication factor, scale range, etc, are easily selected through the NXperience software.

The LogBox-DA also provides a signal for commanding an external power supply (battery) of a device connected to the logger. This feature allows that external devices, such as a transmitter, be powered only during the measurement sample time, thus extending the autonomy of these external batteries.

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- Channel 1: NPN, PNP, Pulse or Dry Contact

- Max. frequency: 4000 Hz or 20 Hz

- Maximum counting: 65.535 per period

- Channel 2: 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA, 0-50 mV and 0-10 Vdc

- Memory capacity: 32 k or 64 k readings

- Interval between readings: 1 second to 18 hours

- External battery switch time: 0 to 10 s

- Power: Internal 3.6 V lithium battery (1/2 AA)

- Estimated autonomy: 200 days with one weekly download and 5 minutes measuring interval. Battery life depends heavily on data retrieval frequency

- Working temperature: From –40 °C to 70 °C

- Protection: IP65 and IP67 models (see lateral label on product)

- Material: ABC + PC case, Polycarbonate film

- Dimensions: 70 x 60 x 35 mm


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