The OM-CP-BRIDGE120 Series are battery-powered, stand-alone data loggers that measure and record voltage signals from strain gages, load cells and other low level dc sources. These compact units are perfect for monitoring stress, torque, strain, pressure and data from many other sensors/transducers.
OM-CP-BRIDGE120 Series data loggers are available in ranges from ±10 to ±1000 mV, and are capable of storing up to 32,767 readings, and up to 20 readings/sec. The OM-CP-BRIDGE units feature non-volatile solid-state memory, and can store readings even when the battery is discharged. Data retrieval is quick and easy – simply plug into an available USB port. The OM-CP-IFC software displays your data in an easy to use graph, so you can analyze your data quickly. A variety of powerful tools allow you to examine, export and print professional looking data with just a click of the mouse.
Specifications Input Connection: 6-position removable screw terminal Input Impedance: 1 MΩ during acquisition, low impedance when inactive Reference Voltage Output: 2.5 Vdc, 2.5 mA (1 KΩ) maximum load Maximum Input Signal Impedance: 5 KΩ (350 Ω sensors can be used with series resistors to produce >1 KΩ; 120 Ω gages can be used in half and quarter bridge configurations) Specified Accuracy: Nominal Range @ 25°C Temperature Effect on Span and Offset: <25 µV over -40 to 80°C Engineering Units: Stored in device; user may define any desired scale and offset from ±1.0000E-31 to ±9.9999E+31 Start Modes: Software programmable immediate or delay start up to 1 day Real-Time Recording: May be used with PC to monitor and record data in real-time Memory: 32,767 readings; software configurable memory wrap Reading Rate: 20 Hz to 12 hours Calibration: Digital calibration through software Calibration Date: Automatically recorded within device to alert user when calibration is required Battery Type: 3.6 V lithium battery (included); user replaceable Battery Life: 25 days Power: 3.6 V lithium battery included Data Format: Date and time stamped: %, ppm; e, µe, V, mV, µV engineering units specified through software Time Accuracy: ±1 minute per month at 20 to 30°C Computer Interface: PC serial, or USB (interface cable required); 57,600 baud Software: XP SP3/Vista/7 and 8 (32 and 64-bit) Operating Environment: -40 to 80°C (-40 to 176°F) 0 to 95% RH non-condensing Dimensions: 42 H x 68 W x 20 mm D (1.7 x 2.7 x 0.8') Weight: 60 g (2 oz)
Rated 4 out of
Hi temp data loggerThe unit works as very well. Only issue is the directions. they are all online and incomplete so it is trial and error until you figure out how to operate to unit.
Date published: 2018-01-17
Rated 4 out of
Excellent applicabilityFor price and accuracy both effectively combined in this products.
Date published: 2015-12-16
Rated 4 out of
Good value for a stand alone data loggerI have bought these many times over the years and appreciate the updates to the user interface. The data loggers are very robust and accurate. I would give this a 5 star review if there was a version of the software that would also calculate Heat Index as part of the standard data output. Very useful for safety studies.
I would like to know what is the maximum distance the logger can be from the sensors in the wired version? Is it possible to have the probes place approx. 20 meters from the device? will the information carry that far?
Asked by: Danielsan
The OM-71 has a built in sensor it does not have a remote sensor. Take a look at the OM-74 that has a external thermocouple connection so you can use a remote probe and 20 meters is no problem for a thermocouple.
Answered by: cw1engineer
Date published: 2019-11-14
We are interesting to purchase the product but we need some clarifications for this products, If the equipment is 24/7 working (Recorded) or only particular time working (Auto power off without disturbing the equipment? please advice.
Asked by: Urjita Electronics
When you are setting up the logger you can select either to stop on Memory Full or Memory Rollover for Continuous Recording.
Answered by: Application Engineer
Date published: 2019-07-22
Is this data logger completely portable? Meaning, when used in an autoclave, does it require a connection to a computer? Or does it simply get removed from the autoclave and downloaded onto a computer following completion of a cycle?
Asked by: Kaitlyn
Hi, thanks for connecting with Omega. The OM-CP-HITEMP140 logger series requires a docking station OM-CP-IFC400 (sold separately) to interface with the computer. You would use the computer only for set up and to download data. After removing your logger from the autoclave, please allow it to cool down and clean it with a dry cloth before placing it in the docking station. This is really important as the docking station is not designed to withstand the autoclave operating conditions.
Answered by: Jane
Date published: 2019-05-31
I am looking at the OM-74 for use with a C-type or B-type thermocouple. How many hours do the batteries lasts, are they rechargable?
Asked by: LuJR
Can I log two separate temps continuously with this one unit? Since you discontinued the OM PL-TT I am looking for a replacement.