A digital data recorder is an instrument that measures, displays and records various input signals applied to it. Touch-screen control and display of multiple channels simultaneously allows immediate comparison of data logger signals being recorded. Various properties including temperature, flow, pressure, mass, energy, voltage, current and resistance can be measured, tracked in time and compared. Data can be saved and sent to a computer for back up or analysis.
The OMR 700 is a data recorder for the recording and display of analog and digital data. It is designed for versatility, intuitive operation, reliable data storage and fast speed. Its modular design lets users start with a few channels and expand as needed.
Features and Benefits
OMR 700 Data Recorder Overview - Cards pre-installed at factory or add more later. SD card incuded. Touchscreen programming with finger or soft stylus (included).
I/O Communication Port: Ethernet
Data Storage Ports: USB, SD Card
Data Recorder Operation
This data recorder is operated using touch-screen control and displays multiple channels simultaneously. This allows immediate comparison of measurements being recorded. Various properties including temperature, flow, pressure, ph, relative humidity, level, mass, energy, voltage, current and resistance can be measured, tracked in time and compared. Data can be saved and sent to a computer for back up or analysis.
A word about "real time" data recording using a digital data recorder or otherwise. Some manufacturers claim their product records data in "real time" but when you look at their specifications, the rate of measurement can be rather long—for example 200 ms (or five times per second). This may be fast enough to measure changes in some phenomena, but not most. The recorder Bristol Instruments sells measures as fast a 1 ms (or 1,000 times per second). Conversely, it can record up to 132 years of data at a slower rate. The benefits are 1) this product will work for virtually any application and 2) our customers can purchase a product that can be used for an immediate need and future needs that may not even be defined yet.
OMR 700 can measure voltage or current inputs directly as well as any sensor that outputs a voltage, current or resistance. Including