Battery-Powered Data Logger

March 9, 2006
The OM-CP-Octprocess data logger automatically measures and records current in the –20 to 120-mA range.

The OM-CP-Octprocess data logger automatically measures and records current in the 20 to 120-mA range. The low-cost, battery-powered device records up to 16,383 current measurements through each of its eight input channels. The unit features a 16-bit ADC and delivers 0.01-mA resolution. Users can define units, scale factors, offset values and retrieve data simply by plugging the logger into a computer's COM port.

Omega Engineering Inc., One Omega Dr., Stamford, CT 06907, (203) 359-1660, omega.com

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