The OM-CP-QUADTEMP-A is a 4-channel, battery powered, standalone, thermocouple based temperature data logger. The OM-CP-QUADTEMP2000 is the same 4-channel thermocouple data logger but with an LCD display. The OM-CP-QUADTEMP2000 features on screen minimum, maximum and average statistics, as well as a user configurable graphics screen that allows for any combination of channels to be displayed. These all-in-one compact, portable, easy to use devices will measure and record up to 500,000 readings per channel (channels can be disabled to increase memory).
The OM-CP-QUADTEMP-A and OM-CP-QUADTEMP2000 are a major leap forward in both size and performance. The real time clock ensures that all data is time and date stamped. The storage medium is nonvolatile solid state memory, providing maximum data security even if the battery becomes discharged. The data logger’s small size allows it to fit almost anywhere.
Data retrieval is simple. Plug it into an available COM port and the easy to use Windows® software does the rest. The software converts your PC into a real time strip chart recorder. Data can be printed in graphical or tabular format and can also be exported to a text or Microsoft Excel file.
INTERNAL CHANNEL TEMPERATURE SENSOR Calibrated Accuracy: +0.5°C (0°C to +50°C) Temperature Resolution: 0.05°C Temperature Range: -20 to 60°C (-4 to 140°F)
EXTERNAL THERMOCOUPLE CHANNELS Accuracy:* (Uniform 20°C Internal Temperature): J, K, T, E, N: ±0.5°C R, S, B: ±2.0°C Temperature Resolution: J, K, T, E, N: 0.1°C R, S, B: 0.5°C Thermocouple Connection: Female subminiature connectors Cold Junction Compensation: Automatic, based on internal channel Maximum Thermocouple Resistance: 1000Ω 100Ω recommended Thermocouple Types and Ranges: Type J: -210°C to 760°C (-346 to 1400°F) Type K: -270°C to 1370°C (-436 to 2498°F) Type T: -270°Cto 400°C (-436 to 752°F) Type E: -270°C to 980°C (-436 to 1796°F) Type R: -50°C to 1760°C (-58 to 3200°F) Type S:- 50°C to 1760°C (-58 to 3200°F) Type B: +50°C to 1820°C (140 to 3308°F) Type N: -270°C to 1300°C (-436 to 2372°F)
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Temperature Calibration: Digital calibration is available through software Recording Interval: 4/sec to 1/day selectable in software Start Time: Start time and date are programmable through software Real Time Recording: Device may be used with PC to monitor and record data in real time Memory: 500,000 readings per channel (individual channels can be disabled to increase memory) Power: 9V lithium battery (included) or external power via included ac adaptor Battery Life: OM-CP-QUADTEMP-A: 18 months typical; CP-QUADTEMP2000: 18 months typical with display off, 3 months typical with continuous display use Time Accuracy: +1 minute/month when RS-232C port is not in use Data Format: Date and time stamped, °C, °F, °K, °R Weight: 370 g (13 oz) Computer Interface: PC serial, USB or RS-232C COM, 115,200 baud Software: XP SP3/Vista/7 and 8 (32 and 64-bit) Operating Environment: -20 to 60°C (-4 to 140°F) 5 to 95% RH non-condensing Dimensions: OM-CP-QUADTEMP-A; 68 H x 183 W x 26 mm D (2.7 x 7.24 x 1.02') OM-CP-QUADTEMP2000; 68 H x 183 W x 29 mm D (2.7 x 7.24 x 1.14') Weight: OM-CP-QUADTEMP-A; 430 g (15.2 oz) OM-CP-QUADTEMP2000: 420 g (14.8 oz) Material: Black anodized aluminum
Rated 2 out of
It's OK.As delivered it said even fresh outdoor air was @ 25ppm CO. After re-zero-ing, it now says indoor air is between 0 and 15ppm CO (constantly wandering in this range, even if our furnace and gas stove are completely shut down). It is not quite as accurate as I was hoping for.
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 1 out of
Accessory AnnoyingI bought this because it is readily available albeit a bit pricey. Although it is shown with mating connectors, THEY DON'T COME WITH IT!!! I got it fast but can't use it.
Date published: 2019-03-21
Rated 5 out of
Worked right out of box!Very easy to setup and connect, worked right out of the box with included cables!
Date published: 2017-08-12
Rated 5 out of
Great buying experience great productWe need this to test our oven daily for proper temperatures. It works great and is a quality product. Our previous Omega was in use daily for 8 years. We needed a replacement.
Date published: 2016-08-01
Rated 2 out of
OM-CP-OCTTEMP2000As usual the software is very glitchy and slow...virtually unusable. Documentation is not up to date.
Date published: 2017-08-10
Rated 4 out of
Great Featuresi recently bought this product and i am happy to have it
Date published: 2019-04-03
Rated 3 out of
Works but all thermocouple types must be the sameThe datalogger and software is simple enough to use and the software for this datalogger is better than some of the other software omega provides for other data collection devices. It does exactly what is needed, log data.
The major disadvantage of the 4 channel data logger is that all of the channels must be the same thermocouple type. It does not state anywhere on the website, the specification sheet or the manual that all the thermocouple types must be the same. Only after purchase and looking a little deeper, I only found the only place that it was mentioned that all thermocouple types must be the same was in the quick start guide. Now I need to purchase new thermocouples so I can log data from all my thermocouples.
Date published: 2018-12-19
Rated 4 out of
Reliable reading and reproducibilityWe purchased this model instead of other cheaper versions hoping to get an industrial level accuracy and reliability for the reading. We are quite happy on the reading stability and reproducibility so far. Repeated measurements comparing with fresh outdoor air has been done and this meter has proven to be solid. Battery life is also quite good.
On the other side, you would need a Windows computer to be able to do logging. The unit does not log anything internally.
The meter not only responds to Formaldehyde. It also responds to, say, acetone, tested so far. I would recommend Omega to provide a list of VOCs this meter is also responding to, and the associated corrections need to be applied. Or simply put the options into the firmware.
It is not easy to tell if you are actually getting response from Formaldehyde or it could be some other VOCs being measured. In some limited scenarios, you could associate with the actual smell to distinguish the actual gas you are dealing with. For example, if you are using acetone to do some cleaning, you know the reading is from Acetone.