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LGR-5320 Series standalone, high-speed multifunction data loggers from Firetail DAQ

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Firetail DAQ presents the LGR-5320 Series of high-speed, standalone multifunction data loggers for analogue and digital signals.

Each module offers 16 analogue inputs, 16 industrial digital inputs (up to 30 V), one single Form C relay (0.5 A) digital output for triggering/alarming, and four counter/encoder inputs.

The LGR-5320 Series multifunction data loggers are available in three models:

  • LGR-5325 features up to ±10 V analogue inputs, 100 kS/s sampling, four standard counter inputs (non-quadrature), and single-channel analogue/digital trigger modes 
  • LGR-5327 features up to ±30 V analogue inputs, 200 kS/s sampling, four quadrature encoder inputs, and multi-channel trigger modes 
  • LGR-5329 includes all the functionalities of LGR-5327 plus isolated digital inputs 
Key features of LGR-5320 Series multifunction data loggers:
 
  • Data is stored on a 4 GB SD memory card (included) 
  • Supports cards up to 32 GB 
  • Configured via a USB connection provided by a local host or an SD memory card 
  • Data retrieval can be performed via the on-board USB port or an SD memory card reader 
  • Each module is powered by a 9 V DC power supply (included) 
  • DAQLog software provides easy, spreadsheet style set-up, configuration and data viewing capabilities 
  • Up to 200 kS/s correlated sampling of all data 
  • 16 analogue inputs up to ±30 V 
  • 16-bit resolution 
  • 16 industrial digital inputs up to 30 V (500 V isolation available) 
  • Single Form C relay digital output configurable for triggering/alarming 
  • 4 counter inputs - conventional or quadrature available 
  • Detachable screw terminals 
  • Analogue and digital multi-channel triggering 
  • Push-button controls for field operation

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