Category Archives: Event Data Loggers

Event Data Loggers detect when something happened, how long it happened, or how many times it happened.

Event, State, and Count Data Logger Solves Production Problems

Data Logger > Event, State, Count By Gary Seyberth, General Foreman of Nursery Supplies, Inc. Nursery Supplies, Inc. is a manufacturer of plastic containers for the wholesale nursery industry. Gary deployed several DATAQ Instruments model DI-160 Event, State and Count Data Loggers to manage productivity on his blow-molding and thermoforming lines. The multi-channel DI-160s are Read More

New Firmware for the DI-160 Event, State and Count Data Logger

Data Logger > Event, State, Count > DI-160  New firmware is available for the DI-160. The new firmware addresses inconsistencies between the documentation and the way the hardware actually behaves.  Based on the documentation, the following chart illustrates the expected results on State, Event and High Speed Counter channels:  As you can see, the state Read More

The DI-160 Event, State and Count Data Logger

Data Logger > Event, State, Count > DI-160 Check out our demonstration of the DATAQ Instruments DI-160 Event, State and Count data logger!  Follow Us

Event Versus Analog Data Acquisition

Data Acquisition > Event, State, Count Customers always know what problem they need to solve. Often don’t know how to find the best solution, which sometimes leads to cramming square pegs into round holes. A recurring example is the attempt to use an analog data logger to record counts or times of an electromechanical process. Read More

Create an Excel Macro to Add Seconds to DI-160 Event Data Logger Files

Data Acquisition > Event, State, Count > DI-160 Microsoft Excel automatically assigns a date/time format to files generated by the DI-160 Event, State and Count data logger that does not include seconds (mm/dd/yyyy, hh:mm). As a result, events that occur more often than once a second appear in the data file with the same date/time Read More