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OM-DAQXL is an 8 or 16 channel analog input portable data logger with a 7 inch resistive touch color display. All inputs are programmable and can be configured for millivolts, volts, milliamps, thermocouple, RTD, thermistor, strain gauge, or frequency. All the menus, selections, and configurations can be done from the display touch screen. The unit also has 4 digital inputs, 4 digital outputs, 4 alarm outputs, one USB host port and one USB device port. The unit also has 3 LEDs for different indications (Power, Alarm and Logging).
The OM-DAQXL comes complete with protective rubber boot, rechargeable lithium ion battery, 32 GB SD card, one plastic stylus, 1 GB USB thumb drive, 1.8 m (6') USB cable, 1.8 m (6') digital I/O cable, alarm/excitation terminal block, universal AC adaptor, screwdriver, quick start guide, set of 5 PTFE insulated Type K thermocouples, set of 5 ferrites to install on the thermocouple inputs (for noise reduction) and crimp-on ground lug. The unit can be wall mounted using the provided keyhole mount or operated on a bench using the tilt stand. The USB Wi-Fi Dongle will come in a separate package for '-EW' Models.
The OM-DAQXL-EW version can be integrated into an automated data collection and monitoring software. An Ethernet Modbus/RTU connection allows the unit to be easily connected to Omega’s OEG Data Logging and Monitoring software that provides extended Historian, Alarming, Analytics and OPC UA/DA system integration support. An optional USB-WiFi adaptor further extends the OM-DAQXL-EW connectivity by offering a WiFi connection to Omega Enterprise Gateway (OEG). Devices that are paired with data logging software enhances situational awareness and process optimization so you can speed up decision-making with real-time analytics.
The home screen is the main screen of the data logger’s user interface. It is divided into 3 distinct sections as shown on the PDF.
Digital Display View
Status/Information Display: This status bar provides information such as Battery Charge percentage, System Clock (displays current Time & Date), Lock/Unlock data logger, status of the 4 Alarm Outputs, and Logging Mode indication.
Data Display Area: This is the area where different inputs (up to 4 Channels) are displayed vs. time. The data is displayed in 4 different ways: Waveform, Waveform & Table, Table only, and Digital. In the Digital view, each channel name and number are displayed along with the value.
Navigation Toolbar: This toolbar provides access to all the functions and menus of the data logger. You can extend or retract the toolbar by pressing the Tool button. The following flow chart shows all the functionalities of the buttons of the toolbar.
The OM-DAQXL’s touch screen user interface (UI) makes configuring the data logger for operation straight forward and simple. Recorded data files can easily be reviewed and analyzed on the OM-DAQXL. For data analysis on a computer, simply transfer the data file from the SD card or USB thumb drive to the PC and open the selected data file into Excel® or other data analysis software.
Screen: 7 inch, TFT, resistive touch comes with plastic stylus Rubber Boot: Black Analog Input Type: Thermocouple, thermistor, RTD, strain gauge, DC voltage, DC current Thermocouple Types: J, K, T, E, R, S, B, C, N Thermocouple Accuracy: Type J or K: ±(0.15% of rdg + 1.1°C) Type T, E or N: ±(0.15% of rdg + 1.7°C) Type R, S, B or C: ±(0.15% of rdg + 2.0°C) RTD Types: Pt100, Pt500, Pt1000 (0.00385 or 0.00392 curve); 2, 3 or 4-wire RTD Accuracy: ±(0.25% of rdg + 1°C) Thermistor Types: 2252Ω/10KΩ Thermistor Accuracy: ±1.0°C DC Voltage Input Ranges: ±50 mV, ±100 mV, ±1V, ±5V, ±10V, ±20V, ±50V DC Current Input Range: ±20 mA DC Voltage/Current Accuracy: ±0.1% of FS Strain Gauge Type: 100Ω full bridge, 350Ω full bridge Strain Gauge Excitation: 5V, 10V (only available on channels 1,3,9,11 )
Digital Input Type: Pulse/Frequency Frequency/Pulse Input: 0 to 250 KHz Frequency Accuracy: ±2 Hz
Sampling Rate: 125 s/sec (Max) to 1 s/hour (Min) Maximum Sampling Rate per Number of Channels (Analog and Digital): 1 Channel: 125 s/sec 2 Channels: 50 s/sec 4 Channels: 25 s/sec 8 Channels: 10 s/sec 16 Channels: 5 s/sec Logging Rate: 125 s/sec (Max) to 1 s/hour (Min) Maximum Logging Rate per Number of Channels (Analog and Digital): 1 Channel: 125 s/sec 2 Channels: 50 s/sec 4 Channels: 25 s/sec 8 Channels: 10 s/sec 16 Channels: 5 s/sec
Excitation to Power External Transmitter: 24 Vdc @ 50 mA output–set in data session setting Filter Options: Per channel selectable moving average filter: None, 2, 5, 10, 20 or 100 samples Number of Samples for Moving Average Filter per Channel: Up to 50 samples Math (Virtual) Channels: 8 or 16 Digital Inputs: 4 Schmitt trigger based inputs Range: 0 to 24 Vdc single-ended Logic High Threshold: 2.5V Logic Low Threshold: 1.5V Digital Outputs: 4 channels, open collector, 5V @ 50 mA Alarm Output: 4, Open collector, 30V @ 500 mA Alarms per Channel: Two Alarm Types: High, low, windows in, windows out, open sensor Alarm Latching: Settable in alarm menu On Alarm Event: Map to 4 alarm outputs, take screen shot, sound buzzer Logging Conditions: On command or based on trigger conditions Start and Stop Trigger Conditions: Timer, date and time, weekday and time, alarm output, external trigger Memory:
Internal: 1 GB SD Card: 32 GB USB Drive: 32 GB USB Ports: One host and one device Battery: Rechargeable lithium-ion; 7.2V @ 4.8 Ah Battery Life: 4 to 8 hours based on display setting DC Adaptor: 12 Vdc @ 5A Operating Environment: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F), 0 to 95%RH non-condensing General Dimensions: 28.6 L x 15.24 H x 6.35 cm D (9 x 6 x 2.5") Weight: 1.13 kg (2.5 lbs)
Supported Wireless Type: 802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n Supported Encryption: WPA, WPA2 Max. Throughput: 150Mbit/s Max. Range: Various depends on Wireless Router Ethernet Version
Interface: RJ45 port Recommended Ethernet Cable: CAT5 shielded For Connectivity:
Support Modbus Protocol (no need to mention RTU/ TCP/IP)
Support OPC UA/DA via Omega Enterprise Gateway
Support WebAPI via Omega Enterprise Gateway
Rated 1 out of
Automation Specialist from
Don't Buy ItWe are on our second unit and it snow failing to boot up just like the first one. There is a major flaw in these units.
Date published: 2019-09-19
Rated 1 out of
Paul C from
JunkFails to boot often, goes buggy and requires a reboot. Each channel give a different reading for the same TC, and it now keeps asking me to login about every 30 seconds over and over. Omega policy is once you open the item, you're stuck with it. Look elsewhere.
Where can I download the software for using this logger on my PC?
Asked by: D CHaplin
The logger does not use / require software the data is down loaded strictly from the SD card there is no provision for communication with a PC.
Answered by: cw4engineer
Date published: 2020-02-17
what is the difference between the country codes? will I need to buy the north American model for this to work in the us?
Asked by: maxwell1
The difference between the country codes is the power outlet that is included, if you need the version that works in the US it would be OM-DAQXL-1-NA
Answered by: JA Engineer
Date published: 2020-02-06
I have an OM-DAQXL-1-NA, Recently we lost channels 6,7 and 8 along with the ability to make changes to channels 1-5. Just updated firmware, no help? Is there a fix to this?
Asked by: Anonymous
If you can please send the request to DAS@omega.com and we will be happy to assist you further on this issue.
Answered by: JA Engineer
Date published: 2020-01-29
If we wanted to monitor a speed sensor using the digital frequency input, would there be an issue if the output went from 1.2V (Low Logic) to 12V (High Logic) for each pulse? Or would we need to moderate the voltage to Transistor Logic levels (0V to 5V)?
Asked by: Arturo
For logic levels on this device you would need to moderate them down to 1.5 (low) to 2.5 (high)
Answered by: JA Engineer
Date published: 2019-07-26
What is the part number for the terminal blocks for the channel inputs on OM-DAQXL-1-NA? I ordered 6 of the OM-DAQXL-TB8 and that is for the alarm/excitation (not the one I need).
Asked by: terry77075
OM-DAQXL-CONN-INPUT is the 8 position connector for channel inputs.
Answered by: terry77075
Date published: 2019-06-20
Is there a subscription fee or cost for the software to run the data logger?
Asked by: Shawn Erickson
Hi, thanks for your question. There are two versions of the software, one is free and the other is $695.
Both have the same features, though the $695 version also has the capability of translating the data to make it legible on a PLC (ie OPC server). If you are just needing to monitor and record data the free version will work, just make sure you download the right one from the site according to your windows operating system (32 or 64 bit).