The HOBO UX120 Pulse Data Logger is a highly versatile, 4-channel energy data logger that combines the functionality of four separate data loggers into one compact unit. It enables energy management professionals from energy auditors to building commissioners to easily track building energy consumption, equipment runtimes, and water and gas flow rates. The HOBO UX120 Pulse Data Logger is available in a standard memory model (UX120-017) capable of 500,000 measurements and an expanded memory version (UX120-017M) capable of over 4,000,000 measurements.
The RFPulse2000A is a wireless data logger that records pulse output signals from various sensors such as flow meters and anemometers. When started, the data logger samples at 100 Hz and at the user specified reading rate, recording the total number of pulses from the sample to memory.
The SITE-LOG LPSE-1 is 7-channel, battery powered, stand-alone, pulse/state/event data logger. The logger detects electronic or mechanical pulse counts, state changes or events in any of the seven channels and the data are saved in 4MB non-volatile flash memory for later retrieval. It works with gas/water/power meter, rain gauge, flow rate meter and any other digital signal/switch closure output devices.
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Pulse loggers are designed to record the number of times an event has occurred within a given time interval. Pulse loggers are similar with event loggers, but the former are better equipped to record events that happen repeatedly and rapidly within a short amount of time. Pulse loggers are able to do this by generating a pulse for each time an event occurs. Unlike event and state loggers, events recorded by pulse loggers are not time-stamped, since similar events or pulses that occur together are grouped and recorded together within the time period they occurred.
Because pulse loggers record events within a time period, the initial action that triggers a signal must a certain amount of time before it is recorded. Most models would require a signal to last at least 10 microseconds and have at least 100 microseconds between the each recorded pulse for the events to be recorded.
A common application of pulse loggers is to measure the flow rate of liquid in a pipe. The pulse logger is connected to a flow meter and then records pulses based on the information transmitted by the flow meter, making it possible to calculate flow rate and volume.
Unlike other loggers, data from pulse loggers are often not easily transferrable to a spreadsheet file, requiring other software programs to use properly.
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