Measurement Computing releases LGR-5320 data logger

  • April 27, 2010
  • Measurement Computing Corporation
Measurement Computing releases LGR-5320 data logger
Measurement Computing releases LGR-5320 data logger

April 27, 2010 - Measurement Computing released the LGR-5320 series of stand-alone, multifunction data acquisition loggers. The new data acquisition devices allow users to collect high-speed correlated analog and digital data without a computer.The LGR-5320 devices, with 16-bit resolution, 16 analog and 16 digital inputs and four encoder inputs, perform high-speed measurements, up to 200 kS/s, directly to a Secure Digital (SD) memory card. Utilizing the advanced analog and digital triggering options, users can collect data to monitor systems and events without dedicating a PC. The LGR-5320 loggers ship with easy-to-use DAQLog software to configure the devices and retrieve data via the USB interface or SD memory card. Each device includes a 4 GB SD memory card and is expandable to 32 GB SD memory for collecting up to 16 billion measurements. The series of data acquisition devices extends Measurement Computing’s core benefits of flexible, multifunction data acquisition into the data logging space. Starting at $1,499, customers now have an affordable solution to monitor systems and capture transient data from analog and digital systems.

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