DL16 and DL16CAN
The data loggers DL16 (Version 3.0) and DL16CAN (Version 3.0) have the ability to acquire signals from their voltage inputs, digital inputs (i.e. frequency signals), serial input (i.e. GPS-receiver) and logical signal input, and to save these signals onto an integrated 8-MB-SRAM-card with a sample frequency of up to 4 kHz (with limited capabilities up to 10 kHz). Additionally the DL16CAN can also acquire signals from a CAN (Controller Area Network). Before using the data logger, it must first be set up. This is done by defining a parameter set with the PC program TEMES (which requires Windows XP or better), and then by transferring this parameter set either via a serial connection (COM port) or via an optionally available USB adapter USBAD. TEMES also provides means to calibrate a voltage signal either at one known point (offset adjustment) or at two known points (two-point calibration). After everything is set up, the data logger can do its job without necessarily being connected to the PC. After the measurement, the data logger can again be connected to the PC, and the stored data can be written to a PC file for further processing. Beneath its recording task the data logger can also be used as online signal source for TEMES. Furthermore, it can display up to eight signals on its display, transmit signals over the CAN (requires DL16CAN), put out logical signals and put out up to two voltage signals.
- Availability: Both the DL16 and DL16CAN are no longer suppliable.