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DATATAKER DT800

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Overview

Overview

The DT800 is the first in a new series of faster and smarter measurement systems. Combining the roles of data acquisition, data logging and controller, the DT800 is a robust, stand alone, high speed unit featuring 16  bit resolution, battery backed internal SRAM and ATA. 

The device has a flash memory card support, 12V or internal battery operation, and a powerful operating system and internal file structure.Versatile Measurement The DT800has 42 analogue inputs, giving 42 separate single ended channels or 24 differential channels. These are isolated and over voltage protected, with measurement across 12 auto-scaling ranges from 10mV to 13V full scale.

For product videos please click on the links below: 

How to Use Statistics Capability on the dataTaker DT800 

How to Use Alarms to Control Digital Channels on the dataTaker DT800

How to Use Alarms to Change the Recording State on the dataTaker DT800

How to Use Alarms to Set Digital Outputs on the dataTaker DT800

How to Use Digitals to Trigger Events on the dataTaker DT800

How to Start and Stop Measurements Using the Digital Channel on the dataTaker DT800

How to Connect a Digital to Channel 5 on the dataTaker DT800

How to Conduct Calculations Between Channels on the dataTaker DT800

Scaling the Resistance Measurement on the dataTaker DT800

How to Connect a Resistance Pot to Channel 3 on the dataTaker DT800

How to Change the Scan Rate on the dataTaker DT800

How to Use a Mimic Window on the dataTaker DT800

How to Connect to the Logger and Download to Reply a File on the dataTaker DT800

How to Disconnect From the Logger on the dataTaker DT800

How to Use a Form Window on the dataTaker DT800

How to Use a Chart Window on the dataTaker DT800

How to Use a Text Window on the dataTaker DT800

How to Program a Type K on the dataTaker DT800

Quick Introduction Around deLogger on the dataTaker DT800