Signal Converters and Data Loggers



The signal converter and data logger SICOLOG can acquire sig­nals from its voltage inputs, digital inputs (e.g. fre­quency signals), serial input (GPS sig­nals) and logical signal input, and output these sig­nals to a PC, display, voltage output, digital output, and logical signal output. These signals can also be saved onto a USB stick. Additionally, the SICOLOG can also acquire and transmit signals from up to two CANs (Con­troller Area Network) and one LIN subbus.

Before using the signal converter and data logger, it must first be set up by defining a parameter set with the PC program TEMES (which requires a PC with a USB 2.0 port and Windows XP or newer), and then by writing this parameter set to a USB 2.0 stick. After the USB stick has been inserted into the SICOLOG, and af­ter making the meas­urement, the USB stick can be put again into a PC, and the stored data can be written to a PC file for further processing.

Additional Downloads

The command line program TSD.EXE can be used to unerase/repair a SICOLOG measurement, or to copy it into a file. And the command line program BAUDRATE.EXE can be used to change the SICOLOG baud rate to a fixed value after a reset. This is especially useful if you want to communicate with the SICOLOG via a Bluetooth RS232 converter.