The OM-CP-MOTOR101A Series measures and records on and off status changes for motors or other equipment drawing up to 200 Amps. The state change occurs when the current switch exceeds the 150 mA set point. This allows for most basic equipment to be monitored. The current switch monitors whether there is current passing through a wire around which it is attached.
When the current exceeds 150 mA, the output changes and provides a voltage for the OM-CP-MOTOR101A to measure. The device can hold up to 406,323 state changes, but memory will only be used if the status has changed. The device can be programmed to check for status changes 4 times per second up to once every 24 hours.
Data retrieval is simple. Simply plug it into an available USB port and our user-friendly software does the rest. The software converts a PC into a real-time strip chart recorder. Data can be printed in graphical and tabular format or exported to a text or Microsoft Excel® file. The storage medium is non-volatile solid state memory, providing maximum data security even if the battery becomes discharged.
Specifications Amperage Range: 0.15 to 200 A Trip Point: 0.15A (150 mA) fixed (200 mA AC for 50 Hz operation) Status Output (Max): N.O. 1.0 A @ 30 Vac/Vdc Housing: Split core Reading Rate: 4 Hz to 1 every 24 hr Memory: 406,323 readings; software configurable memory wrap Wrap Around: Yes Start Modes: Immediate start, delay start up to 18 months, multiple pushbutton start/stop Multiple Start/Stop Mode: Start and stop the device multiple times without having to download data or communicate with a PC Multiple Start/Stop Mode Activation: To Start the Device:Press and hold the pushbutton for 5 seconds, the green LED will flash during this time; the device has started logging To Stop the Device:Press and hold the pushbutton for 5 seconds, the red LED will flash for three seconds and then the green LED will flashfor two seconds; the device has stopped logging Real Time Recording: The device may be used with PC to monitor and record data in real-time LED Functionality: Green LED Blinks: 10 second rate to indicate logging, 15 second rate to indicate delay start mode Red LED Blinks: 10 second rate to indicate low battery and/or full memory Password Protection: An optional password may be programmed into the device to restrict access to configuration options; data may be read out without the password Engineering Units: Native measurement units can be scaled to display measurement units of another type such as on/off, open/closed and more Battery Type: 3.6V lithium battery included; user replaceable Battery Life: 10 years typical, dependent upon frequency and duty cycle Time Accuracy: ±1 minute/month (at 20ºC/68ºF, stand alone data logging) Computer Interface: USB (interface cable required); 115,200 baud Software: XP SP3/Vista/7 and 8 (32 and 64-bit) Operating Environment: -15 to 40ºC (5 to 104ºF), 10 to 90% RH non-condensing Dimensions (Data Logger): 36 x 56 x 16 mm (1.4 x 2.2 x 0.6') Current Switch: 54 x 89 x 26 mm (2.1 x 3.5 x 1.0') Weight: 113 g (4 oz) With OM-CP-IFC200: 255 g (9 oz) Materials: ABS plastic
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 5 out of
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Quick response al the time!I already bought this equipment a few days ago and I'm glad with all the performance while placing PO's via web.
Date published: 2017-06-02
Rated 4 out of
Excellent applicabilityFor price and accuracy both effectively combined in this products.
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
According to the manual, this monitor (OM-CP-PRHTEMP101A) requires annual calibration. Do we send it back to omega to have this done? If so, how long does it take, and how much does it cost. If not, who can do the calibration?