The OM-EL-DATAPAD allows users of compatible OM-EL-USB Series data loggers to configure their units and download data and view logging results on-the spot rather than removing the logger from the environment being measured and taking it to their PC. This allows continual logging with shorter breaks in data collection, less travel for the user, on-site data collection in graph, legend and summary format and the ability for users to reconfigure loggers in “the field”. The logger is connected to the OM-EL-DATAPAD via a standard USB port at the top of the viewer. Once connected, the user is guided through a simple touchscreen menu with options to set-up logger, stop logger and download and view data.
On-screen instructions follow the same structure as the OM-EL-WIN-USB software for PC currently provided with each data logger. Data from up to 100 loggers can be viewed on the OM-EL-DATAPAD, with data from a further 400 units stored on the unit at any one time. Data can be transferred to a PC using a micro USB cable supplied with the unit. Once uploaded, data is saved in comma separated variable (csv) format, making it suitable for import into spreadsheet packages such as Microsoft Excel or graphed on a PC using the OM-EL-WIN-USB software.
Specifications Battery: Lithium polymer, rechargeable via micro-USB connection (included) LCD: 240 x 320, 2.8' TFT with touch-screen Memory: Internal flash Data Recording Capacity: >8.5 million readings typical Operating Time (On Single Charge): 8 hours typical (5 hours continuous use) Operating Temperature: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F) Operation: Single front-panel push-button used for power-switch. Single press = ON, press and hold for 3 sec = OFF Data Logger Connection: 1x USB Type A socket (top of unit) for connection of data loggers. PC Connection: 1x micro-USB (bottom of unit) for connection of unit to PC via 1 m (3.3') USB cable (included). Dimensions: 107 H x 68 W x 19 mm D (4.2 x 2.7 x 0.7') Weight: 110 g (3.9 oz)
Rated 4 out of
senior field service repreally easy to use. holds a lot of data. you can leave the probes in the field and record the data from the probes then take to you computer and download. the only issue is with the touchscreen. looks like it can get damaged if you press the button to hard. this happens when you think that you did not press the button right the first time.