The portable OM-HL-EH-TC logger is an eight-channel handheld thermometer/data logger with a large LCD display, which can take all 8 types of thermocouple inputs. This user friendly data logger is powered by an internal battery and capable of sampling, processing and displaying measurements without being connected to a computer.
With the high resolution and fast analog to digital converter (ADC), the OM-HL-EH-TC logger meet majority of data logging requirements in most industrial applications, 86000 data points each channel, real-time data monitoring & recording, sampling time 1 sec with all 8 channels on, logging interval sets from 2 secs to 24 hrs comes standard.
By using the professional OM-HL Logpro software, this data logger can save the 8-channels temperature measuring data, along with the time information (year, month, date, minute, second) into the computer and can download to Excel, PDF, and JPG formats. The end user can easily make any data or graphic analysis if needed.
OM-HL-EH-TC Operating Instruction
Specifications Battery: DC 9V battery Power Adapter: Optional (See details in Accessories) Usage Type: Handheld or Desktop Product Features: Professional OM-HL analysis software is simple to use, data multiple protection, professional cold chain compensation, automatic detection of break-even Display: LCD Double Row Display Keys: On/Off button, screen light control, ºC/ºF switching, LOG, TYPE, HOLD MAX, and MIN Measurement Range: -200 to 1370ºC (-328 to 2498ºF) Accuracy: ±0.8ºC ±0.2% Reading Memory Capacity: 86000 readings each channel Sampling Rate: 1 sec Logging Interval: 2 secs to 24 hours Battery Life: 4 months(60s sampling 300s Logging as Standard) Sensors: Support eight types of thermocouple sensor K, J, E, T, R, S, N, B
OM-HL-EH-TC Software Setup
Work Environment: 0 to 80% RH/ 0 to 50ºC LCD Size: 68 x 35 mm (2.67 x 1.37") Dimensions: 162 x 95 x 35 mm (6.37 x 3.74 x 1.37") Packing Size: 202 x 165 x 58 mm (7.95 x 6.49 x 2.28") Weight: 290 g (10.2 oz) Resolution: 0.1ºC Compatible OS: WINXP, WIN7/8/10 Connection: USB Number of Temperature Channels: 8 Certifications: CE, ROHS, NIST Calibration Report(Optional)
Logpro Recorder Analysis Software OM-HL Logpro Software is comprehensive data analysis software designed to log attribute settings, download logger data efficiently, graphically analyze data, and export the data to Excel/PDF/BMP, and other formats.
Is there an API available for the OM-HL-EH-TC which would allow me to write my own software to capture data that the device is producing via USB?
Asked by: TheDude
Unfortunately, there is no API available for custom programming.
Answered by: DASPV
Date published: 2019-09-03
Is it possible to query the temperatures from the logger directly using the driver without using the Logpro software? I want to incorporate this device into a LabVIEW program that will query the temperatures periodically.
Asked by: DBrk
It is not possible to do what you asked for because the OM-HL series is not compatible with LabView.
Answered by: Application Engineer
Date published: 2019-07-15
Can the data logger (electronics etc) also go to <-40C or just the TC wires?
Asked by: Lauren
Thanks for your question. Our Tech Support engineer has connected with you and advised that the unit can only operate down to 0C.
Answered by: Jane
Date published: 2019-06-26
Does this have a power adapter so that batteries do not have to be used?
Is there an actual picture of the back and sides of the instrument so the port types can be viewed?
Asked by: BenH
Hi, while we continue to build on our newly launched website please visit our UK site for more information on this product including demo videos and the manual with detailed illustrations: https://www.omega.co.uk/pptst/OM-HL-EH-TC.html . This product comes complete with battery and the USB cable. The power adapter is available and sold separately. Please call us to order the adapter so we can ensure you get all the accessories you need. Thank you.
Answered by: Jane
Date published: 2019-05-14
How many sets of data can the unit log for each channel and if more that one, how does it name the files to differentiate data sets? Can the user name the files?