Intelligent dataTaker Loggers Store Your Critical Data Onto Memory or USB
Our bestselling dataTaker data loggers are used every day in industry, construction, and environmental applications. One of their most convenient features gives users the choice to log data onto a USB thumb drive or just to log directly onto the system’s large internal memory. The Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers assembled this quick overview to show how you can protect your valuable data by recording right onto these intelligent loggers.
If you ever need to quickly reprogram the logger, you can perform this by inserting a USB stick into the front and using the data logger’s FREE dEX graphical software to schedule an OnInsert job for convenient backup. Simply run the command and it creates a USB stick program to reprogram the dataTaker, and if you ever lose the program, you can always just insert the USB into the logger again.
Intelligent dataTaker loggers feature universal input channels for use with a wide range of input signal types, recording Temperature, Voltage, Current, 4-20mA Loops, Resistance, Bridges, Strain Gauges, Frequency, Digital, Serial and Calculated Measurements. They also offer powerful alarm and programming capabilities allowing the loggers to process measurements and initiate actions on their own. Our dataTaker systems can be used for local data acquisition and logging when connected to a PC; for remote unattended data collection connected to a centralized computer via modem or the internet; or as stand-alone devices. Communications features include RS232 with modem support, Ethernet, and USB memory stick ports enabling users to connect locally, remotely or over the Internet. The web interface allows users to configure the dataTaker datalogger, access logged data and see current measurements as mimics or in a list using a web browser. FTP provides data to an office over the internet or mobile phone network without the need for polling or specific host software.
Additionally, our dataTaker DT8xM data loggers offer users all the capabilities of the popular DT8x models while adding a built-in cellular modem to suit a wide range of remote monitoring applications. Entirely eliminating the need to travel out to the logger and manually retrieve recordings, the DT8xM’s automatic data delivery features let users schedule their data to be automatically emailed to an inbox every day, week, month or other time interval.
Alternatively, dataTaker systems can be used alongside dataTaker CEM20 channel expansion modules, each adding up to 20 serial ports. CAS DataLoggers frequently works with the dataTaker factory to develop a routine allowing users to utilize a CEM20 as a serial multiplexer; a common application is reading a group of dial indicators using a serial interface.