The pulse input data logger OM-CP-PULSE101A is a
low-cost recording device that will
sense a pulse input or contact
closure from external sources such
as transducers or pulse initiators
(gas, water, and electric meters)
and transform those inputs into
In addition, this data logger allows
the user to store user defined units
such as gallons/min into the device
as well as scale factors and offset
values. This enables the user to
easily linearize and scale any
transducer that provides a pulse or
contact closure output to any user
required units automatically.
Once activated the data logger
senses and records the number of
pulses/contact closures that occur
within adjacent “time bin” periods.
The bin period is selectable from
1 second to over 24 hours. At the
end of each bin period, the total
number of pulses/counts within the
bin period is recorded.
The data logger then starts another
bin period and continues until either
the memory is full or the test period
has ended. Its real time clock
ensures that all data is time and date
stamped. This is ideal for recording events.
The storage medium is non-volatile
solid state memory, providing
maximum data security even if the
battery becomes discharged. Its
small size allows it to fit almost
anywhere. Data retrieval is simple.
Plug it into an empty COM port and
our easy-to-use software does the
The software converts your PC
into a real time strip chart recorder.
Data can be printed in graphical or
tabular format and can be exported
to a text or Microsoft Excel file.
Input Connection: Removable screw terminal Maximum Pulse Rate: 10 KHz Input Range: 0 to 30 Vdc continuous Input Low: <0.4V Input High: >2.8V Internal Weak Pull-Up: <60 µA Input Impedance: >60 kΩ Minimum Pulse Width/Contact Closure Duration:
≥10 microseconds Reading Rate: 1 reading every second to 1 every 24 hours Start Modes: • Immediate start • Delay start up to 18 months • Multiple pushbutton start/stop Multiple Start/Stop Mode: Start and stop the device multiple
times without having to download data or
communicate with a PC Multiple Start/Stop Mode Activation:
To start the device press and hold the pushbutton
for 5 seconds, the device has started logging; to stop the device
press and hold the pushbutton for 5 seconds while the device
is logging, the device has stopped logging Memory: 500,000 readings; software configurable memory
wrap 250,000 readings in multiple start/stop mode Memory Wrap Around: Yes (software selectable) Real-Time Recording: The device may be used with
PC to monitor and record data in real-time LED Functionality: Green LED Blinks: 10 second rate to indicate logging;
15 second rate to indicate delay start mode Red LED Blinks: 10 second rate to indicate low battery
and/or full memory; 1 second rate to indicate an alarm condition Password Protection: An optional password may be
programmed into the device to restrict access to configuration
options. Data may be read out without the password. Engineering Units: Native measurement units can be
scaled to display measurement units of another type.
This is useful when monitoring outputs from
different types of sensors such as
flow rate, wind speed and more. Battery Type: 3.6V lithium battery (included); user replaceable Battery Life: 10 years typical, dependent upon frequency
and duty cycle (see chart) Time Accuracy: ±1 minute/month at 20ºC (68ºF), stand alone
data logging Computer Interface: USB (interface cable required);
115,200 baud Software: XP SP3/Vista and 7 (32 and 64-bit) Software: XP SP3/Vista/Windows 7 (32 and 64-bit) Dimensions: Data Logger: 36 H x 56 W x 16 mm D (1.4 x 2.2 x 0.6") Waterbox Enclosure: 74 H x 148 W x 39 mm D (2.9 x 5.8 x 1.5") Weight: 24 g (0.9 oz) Materials: Data Logger: ABS Plastic Waterbox Enclosure: Black anodized aluminum
† All amounts shown in EUR Note: Comes complete with 3.6V lithium battery. Operator’s manual and USB interface cable are included with the OM-CP-IFC200 Windows software (required to operate the data logger, sold separately).
OM-CP Series - Data Logger Quickstart Guide
OM-CP Series - Data Logger and Software User Guide
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