Voltage data-logger 4ch max. ±50 V | MCR-4V
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voltage data-logger
voltage data-logger
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Our MCR Series is made up of two types of 4-channel loggers: MCR-4V for voltage and MCR-4TC for wide range thermocouple sensors. They can be mixed and combined for up to 16 channels of simultaneous recording. Features Battery or USB Bus Power Large Internal Memory + SD Card Slot Electrical Isolation between Channels Channels - Voltage 4ch (sensor not provided) Range - ±300mV to ±24V, AUTO Comm Interfaces - USB Overview MCR series loggers are 4-channel battery operated loggers. The MCR-4V is a voltage logger which can measure up to 24V. With multi channels and a large internal memory (up to 480,000 readings per unit), the MCR-4V is perfect for measuring voltage and current signals at various spots for long periods of time. Moreover, by using an SD card and the "Auto Data Export" feature recording can be carried out, even when using short recording intervals, over longer extended periods of time. Special Features MCR-4V loggers can operate on battery or USB power. Data can be checked on site from the loggers LCD trend graph. Data downloaded to your PC can be viewed and analyzed with our Windows compatible software “T&D Graph”. It is possible to connect up to four loggers, including our MCR-4TC temperature data loggers, allowing for up to 16 channels of data. This coupled with the fact that the loggers are equipped with an SD memory card slot means they are perfect for use in various experiments with large quantities of data and for tracking frequent changes in voltage and current.



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