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Current Data Logger from Omega Engineering

Current Data Logger from Omega Engineering
Omega Engineering Inc.
April 27, 2006

The OM-CP-OCTPROCESS from Omega Engineering Inc., Stamford, CT, is a portable battery-powered data logger that measures and records current from ±1.5 mA to ±120 mA, depending on model. The device records up to 16,383 current measurements through each of its 8 input channels. Features include a 16-bit ADC for 0.01 mA resolution; the ability to define units, scale factors, and offset values; and the ability to retrieve data by plugging the logger into the COM port of a computer. If the battery becomes discharged, the logger's nonvolatile memory retains data.


CompanyOmega Engineering Inc.
CountryUnited States (USA)

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