Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) announces the release of the second product in the USB-5100 Series of affordable, multi-channel data loggers from Measurement Computing Corporation (Norton, Mass.) With a built-in LCD screen and support for temperature data, as well as current and voltage signals up to 24 V, the USB-5106 is available now from Adept Scientific in the UK.
The USB-5106 offers the following features:
- Four 16-bit analogue input channels that support temperature, current and voltage inputs
- Built-in LCD screen displays readings, logging status, battery use and memory consumption
- 4 MB of memory stores up to 1.9 million measurements
- Software-selectable burst logging and alarms
- Linear Scaling Assistant converts raw data to measurement units
- Logger control buttons for manual control of logging, display and event generations
- Battery powered
The USB-5106 device includes easy-to-use software for logger set up and data review. Set up is done via a USB connection to a PC or Mac. Data can be exported to a variety of formats including .csv, .txt, or Microsof®t Excel® (.xls).
Full details and prices for the USB-5106 device, along with a comprehensive range of data acquisition hardware and software including the entire Measurement Computing catalogue, can be found at www.adeptscience.com/mcc
About Adept Scientific
Adept Scientific is one of the world’s leading suppliers of software and hardware products, consultancy and training for research, engineering, scientific and technical applications on desktop computers. The company, founded in 1984, has offices in the UK, Germany, France and throughout the Nordic region, serving customers in 19 countries. Full details and contact information for all Adept Scientific international offices are available at www.adeptscience.com; or telephone +44 (0) 203 695 7810.
About Measurement Computing
Measurement Computing is the market leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of value-priced data acquisition hardware, and test and measurement software solutions for both programmers and non-programmers. More information about Measurement Computing is available at www.mccdaq.com.