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Graphtec GL900 - What does it do and who is it for?


What does it do?

The innovative Graphtec GL900 is an easy-to-use, multifunction midi logger that is designed for performing high-speed simultaneous measurements of voltage, temperature, and various other phenomena. This pioneering instrument can also be used as an X-Y recorder and it is equipped with a large-format 5.7inch colour LCD for easy-to-read waveform display. The wide 500 V range enables 100 to 240 VAC power supply voltage waveform measurements which is a unique feature for loggers of this size. Using logic input and a clamp meter simultaneously allows measurement of a device’s power supply voltage and current concurrently with sequential control of various points.

Long-term data can be captured directly to built-in 256-MB flash memory or to an external USB memory stick at sampling intervals of from 1 ms to 1 min. For high-speed sampling at intervals faster than 1 ms, up to one million data points can be captured to internal RAM.

The Graphtec GL900 also allows users perform high-precision temperature measurements even during high-speed sampling which is ideal for performing combined voltage and temperature measurements.

For accurate measurements every time, choose the Graphtec GL900 every time – users won’t be disappointed in the leading technology of this revolutionary midi logger!

Who is it for?

The market leading Graphtec GL900 is designed for use by engineers who are looking to identify faults in power applications.


Four isolated channels

High-speed simultaneous sampling on four channels,16-bit resolution

Large format, 5.7inch colour display

One million data points/internal flash memory approx. 256mb

USB compatible

Usable as an X-Y recorder

Comprehensive built-in trigger and timer functions

High-voltage measurement capability

Dimensions: 232 x 150 x 80mm

Weight: 1.0kg

Thursday 24th of January 2019

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