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Compact handheld data loggers now available from Bestech Australia

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Bestech Australia announces the arrival of the all new TC-32K handheld data loggers, from TML, Japan. These handheld data loggers can measure values from inputs such as DC voltage, thermocouple, Pt RTD, strain gauge and strain gauge-based transducers. TC-32K data loggers have a splash-proof construction which enables these data loggers to be used outdoors. The sensor connection terminal board is a patented one-touch type to facilitate connection with leadwires and banana plugs, and speedy preparation for measurement.

Features of the TC-32K hand held data loggers include:

  • Sampling speed is down to 60ms
  • The addition of a USB interface port
  • 1-Gauge 4-Wire strain measurement through optional adaptor CR-5810
  • TEDS compatible transducers can be used, which means that the TC-32K can read technical data such as rated output and rated capacity
  • CF memory cards with capacities of up to 2GB can be used
  • 255x 160 LCD with backlight
Sensor mode, coefficient and initial values can be set on the TC-32K handheld data loggers, and measurement values recorded for the maximum 20 channels, so that the user can collect measurement data at several field sites for later data processing. The use of the exclusive switching box accessory on these data loggers makes 5-channel automatic measurement possible. Gauge resistance and insulation resistance measurement functions are also provided to easily check strain gauges and transducers. Other optional accessories for the hand held data loggers include the 2-axial inclinometer adaptor, external display unit, printer and remote power controller. The standard RS232C port can be used in addition to the USB port.

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