The dataTaker Industrial data loggers are easy to configure,
cost effective data loggers. Rugged and reliable, these
intelligent data loggers offer a host of features for
configuration, communications, data capture and data
The dataTaker Industrial data loggers are ideal for a wide
variety of applications including process monitoring,
temperature profiling, fault identification, research and
development, energy monitoring and vehicle testing.
Connect just about any sensor you like through the versatile
analogue and digital channels, high-speed counter inputs,
phase encoder inputs, serial sensor channels and the
optional CANgate interface.
Temperature, voltage, current, 4-20mA loops, resistance,
bridges, strain gauges, frequency, digital, serial and
calculated measurements can all be scaled, logged and
returned in engineering units or within statistical
More technical information on the latest most advanced
Industrial data loggers is available :
- 2 channels(up to 6 analogue inputs)
dataTaker DT80 -
5 channels(up to 15 analogue inputs), expandable to 320
dataTaker DT85 -
16 channels(up to 48 analogue inputs), expandable to 960
- 20 Channel (up to 60 analogue inputs) expansion module)
USB Memory Stick Port
The simplest way to retrieve your data. No expertise
required - send the work experience kid! You can even use
the memory stick port to load programs or give immediate
10 Million Data Points
dataTaker data loggers come with an internal 128MB flash
card. 128MB doesn't sound like much these days, but it means
you can store 10,000,000 data points. That's a lot of data!
If you don't want to store that much, the data store size is
Simple to Set Up and Use
Most applications can be configured in minutes using our dEX
graphical interface. dEX allows you to configure your data
logger, view real-time data in mimics, trend charts or
tables and retrieve your historical data for analysis.
Not all applications fit neatly into a standard graphical
interface. DeTransfer software allows you to program even
the most complicated applications. Our tech support team are
there to help if you need them.
Modbus Master and Slave
Your data logger can be configured as a Modbus Slave to send
data directly to your SCADA system. It can also be
configured as a Modbus Master to accept data from Modbus
Slave devices such as sensors or power meters. It can even
be configured to be both a Master and Slave on seperate
networks at the same time.