Data loggers

Design your own PC-logger 31000-usb

On this pages you can easily design your own PC-logger. You can select from a numerous amount of options. When you've finished all steps, send us an e-mail and we'll give you the price. 



How many analogue inputs do you need? You can choose between 816 or 24 analouge inputs.

Software range switching:

Match the signal from your sensors and select the input range. Use your computer to select the range.
Available ranges are:
±10V, ±1000mV, ±100mV, ±50mV, 20mA and thermocouples

Without this option, your logger will be locked to one of the available ranges.

Select software range switching


If you want to make offline recordings you need to have the display.
The built in memory can store 30 000 values. For example, measure with four channels with a sample rate of five minutes and the memory will last for 28 days. Use the "Multimeter" on the logger when connecting transducers. Every value stored uses two bytes. 

Select display

Expansion memory

If you want to record many channels for a long time, you may need an expansion memory. This memory is available in two sizes: 512k or 1Mbyte. Every value stored uses two bytes.
This option is only possible together with a display.

Digital card/pulse counters

Digital card

To be used as status inputs or pulse counters. Eight digital status inputs together with four relay outputs makes this card very flexible.
With the option "Pulse counter" you will have six counting channels. 

Constant current sources

Constant current sourcesTo be used with resistive sensors like PT100 or similar.
Output is 0.500mA
Available in three different versions 8, 16 or 24 time multiplexed outputs.

Time multiplexed outputs means that self heating of transducers is nonexistant. 

Galvanic isolation

The isolation can be fitted within the logger, or alongside the logger mounted in a Pelicase.

Select galvanic isolation

If yes, for how many channels do you want galvanic isolation?

Network series port

Makes it possible to connect to the PC-logger from the office, while the logger is somewhere else but on the same network.

Select network series port

Wall bracketWall bracket

When you want to mount the logger on a wall.
Size 247x110x36 (BxWxH mm) 

Select wall bracket

Jack panel

Quick and safe. Change transducers easily. The jack panels are configured to your requirements.
External jack panel is available on request.

Choose which plugs you want. You can do multiple choice.

Power supply for transducers

Selectable ranges 2 to 12V or 24V. (Requires special AC/DC adapter).

Select power supply for transducers


The PC-Logger case has space for the logger, sensors, power supply, etc.

Select a case for your logger

Field record stationField record station

This logger casing is intended for outdoor or rough environment use. The logger is mounted inside this waterproof case. Connectors of your choice are mounted on the outside. Extra options like Battery, Modem, GSM or power supply to transducers are also possible to add in the case. 

Select field record station

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