Category Archives: Product Updates

Hardware and Software updates for data acquisition and data logger products.

Send in Any DI-720/730 (working, or not) for 30% Off a Brand New Unit

  Send us that damaged or obsolete DI-720 or DI-730 that’s been sitting on the shelf gathering dust, and get 30% off the cost of a new instrument. That’s a savings of up to $1,017 per unit! For a limited time, DATAQ Instruments is offering 30% off the cost of a new DI-720 or DI-730 Read More

DI-2008 Firmware Updates

Periodic firmware updates for the DI-2008 voltage and thermocouple data logger will include bug fixes, performances improvements and/or feature additions. Click here to download the latest firmware revision. To update the firmware: 1. Start with the DI-2008 disconnected from your PC 2. Hold down the push button on the side of the DI-2008, and connect Read More

DI-808 Firmware Updates

Periodic firmware updates for the DI-808 web-based data logger will include bug fixes, performances improvements and/or feature additions. You can download the latest revision of the DI-808 firmware at: https://www.dataq.com/resources/repository/di-8xx.firmware.zip To update your DI-808 firmware: 1. Locate a USB drive, ensuring that it is does not have any user files on its root. Any folders Read More

Changes to the Built-in Temperature Alert Server

Data Logger > Wireless > Temperature Alert There have been some changes to the server, built into the Temperature Alert TM-WIFI350 LAN-based temperature and humidity data logger. In the past, when typing the IP address of your TM-WIFI logger into a web browser, you were directed to ‘Developer Mode’. In Developer Mode you can set alarms, Read More

WinDaq/XL Real-time Bridging Software

Data Acquisition > Software > WinDaq > Add-ons WinDaq/XL is real-time bridging software that allows users to stream data from WinDaq data acquisition software or the WinDaq Waveform Browser, into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. Once there, users can take full advantage of Excels exceptional ability to perform calculations and chart data. Since it’s initial release Read More

The new DATAQ Instruments Forum

Data Acquisition > Support Tickets About a year ago DATAQ Instruments rolled out a new forum tied into our support ticket system. The ticket system and forum now use the same login. Recently we closed all new posts to the old forum at support.dataq.com. The old forum can still be browsed, but no new posts Read More

Sample Up to 14.4 kHz in Stand-alone Mode

Data Logger > Stand-alone Thanks to single-level cell (SLC) technology, DATAQ Instruments stand-alone data loggers can once again sample at throughput rates up to 14,400 samples per second. Due to inconsistencies with older SD cards using multi-level cell (MLC) technology, we were forced to reduce the maximum stand-alone sample rate specification for DATAQ Instruments data Read More

Export-to-Excel Add-on Beta for WinDaq Waveform Browsers

Data Acquisition > Software > WinDaq Ask customers what they want to do with acquired data, and the vast majority answer, “Take it to Excel.” Although our WinDaq Playback software has always supported an Excel-compatible CSV export option, the process was cumbersome and not very flexible. We fixed that. DATAQ Instruments is proud to announce Read More

Integration Using Advanced CODAS

Data Acquisition > Software > WinDaq > Advanced CODAS As most of you remember from Calculus, integration allows you to determine the area under a curve. This is particularly handy in the field of data acquisition and analysis when attempting to determine the flow volume (or total flow) of a gas or liquid through a Read More

Filter Out High Frequency Noise Using the Moving Average Feature in Advanced CODAS

Data Acquisition > Software > WinDaq > Advanced CODAS The Moving Average function in Advanced CODAS allows you to filter out high frequency noise from lower frequency periodic waveforms (a Low-pass filter) or eliminate a drifting baseline when acquiring high frequency waveforms (a High-pass filter). In this example, featuring the new Advanced CODAS GUI, we’ll Read More