The dataTaker DT85G intelligent vibrating wire data logger is ideal for all geotechnical data logging applications. The dataTaker loggers have built-in support for vibrating wire sensors including Geokon, RST Instruments, slope indicator, soil instruments and more. They provide the ideal data acquisition and monitoring solution for the engineer working in the geotechnical environment.
Versatile Communication Methods
The low cost, low power dataTaker DT85G is extremely versatile and easy to configure for communications, data capture and data analysis. View the data in real time or store up to 10 million data points. Data storage and retrieval can be achieved via USB memory stick, FTP, cell phone, Modbus for SCADA, Ethernet or Web.
The web interface allows users to configure the DT85G, access logged data and see current measurements as mimics or in a list using a web browser.
The dataTaker loggers can monitor a wide variety of geotechnical datalogging applications including slope stability, subsidence, dam wall monitoring, tunnel and mining excavation, ground water, tunnel wall monitoring and site assessment.
Channels & Expansions
The dataTaker DT85G intelligent vibrating wire data logger has 16 analog channels capable of measuring up to 16 vibrating wire strain gauges with thermistors or 48 vibrating wire strain gauges without thermistors. The DT85G can be expanded simply by connecting dataTaker Channel Expansion Modules (CEM20) to provide 100 to 300 vibrating wire channels with thermistors.
Manage a variety of sensors or devices using the Sensor Power options via dedicated power output, digital outputs or the latching relay configurations.
Compatibility with Geo-technical Instruments
The advanced dataTaker DT80G range Geologgers work with a host of sensors including Extensometers, Piezometers, Inclinometers, Strain gauges, Pressure cells, Crack meters, Tilt meters and also support Carlson, Electrolevel and LVDT devices. They are expandable up to 300 channels and are compatible with all major brands of geotechnical sensors including Geokon, Slope Indicator, RST Instruments, Soil Instruments Roctest, and AGI – Applied Geomechanics Inc.