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Stumbling Blocks to Stand-alone Data Logging

Data Acquisition > Stand-alone DATAQ Instruments’ DI-710, DI-718B and DI-718Bx series data loggers include a stand-alone option. A built-in SD memory card slot allows you to acquire data to a standard SD card (2GB max. capacity), without being tethered to a PC. When setting up your instrument to acquire data in stand-alone mode, there are 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

Three Easy Steps for Stand-alone Data Logging Using a DI-71x Data Logger

Data Logger > Stand Alone Configure Connect a Data Logger to the USB or Ethernet port of your PC and run the provided set up software. Configure the data logger for your specific requirements in the following ways: Enable or disable specific analog channels in any order. For enabled channels define input configuration (single-ended or Read More