New remote data logger assistant: configure and retrieve data from USB-500 Series loggers without a PC

11th June 2012
Posted By : ES Admin
New remote data logger assistant: configure and retrieve data from USB-500 Series loggers without a PC
Bringing you truly portable data acquisition, Measurement Computing Corporation has released its fully rechargeable USB-525 remote data logger assistant. Available from Adept Scientific it is now possible to configure and retrieve data from the USB-500 Series Loggers without even having a PC to hand.
The ultra-portable USB-525 allows the user to conveniently program compatible USB-500 Series Loggers and view the data on a high-resolution screen. Compatible USB-500 Series stand-alone data loggers provide the ability to measure temperature, humidity and dew point.

With the USB-525 Logger, set up and data display can be done on-site without the need of a computer. USB-500 Series Data Loggers connect directly to the USB-525’s built-in USB port and are then programmed using the LCD touch-screen display. Users can configure the logger, download, view and export data for use in a spreadsheet application. Powered by a rechargeable battery providing up to eight hours of use, the USB-525 reduces interruptions in data collection and decreases the need to travel between test sites.

Logged data can also be transferred to a computer over the included micro-USB cable for display using the USB-500 Data Logger software. The USB-525 supports compatible USB-501 and USB-502 Series Loggers.

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