Datataker will display a new industrial data logger, which can be expanded to monitor up to 600 isolated inputs, on stand 3906 during National Manufacturing Week at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre from May 27 to 30.
The DT85 series 2 data logger is a data logger to be released by Melbourne-based Datataker which is a provider of data logging, recording and data acquisition systems.
The DT85 series 2 data logger uses cost-effective channel expansion modules to increase logging capacity.
The DT85 series 2 data logger also has advanced communication features such as USB memory stick support, Modbus for SCADS, Ethernet, Web, FTP and multiple SDI-12 sensor networks.
The DT85 series 2 data logger is designed to monitor production factors such as temperature, voltage, current, 4-20mA loops, resistance, bridges, strain gauges, frequency, digital, serial and calculated measurements.
The DT85 series 2 data logger connects easily to most sensors and accommodates data storage of up to five million data points which can be logged, archived, copied or transferred as required.
The new model joins the Datataker DT85 and DT80 models, which have been installed in diverse applications ranging from monitoring and controlling a furnace system to identifying a fault in the molten glass process of bottle manufacturing.