USBDL1, USBDL1 FD, USBDL1 G, USBDL1 GA, USBDL1 A16
The data logger USBDL1 can acquire signals from its 10 voltage inputs, 5 digital inputs (e.g. frequency signals), and serial input (e.g. GPS signals), and output these signals to a PC. These signals can also be saved onto a USB stick. Additionally, the USBDL1 can also receive and transmit signals from up to two CANs (Controller Area Network) and one LIN (Local Interconnect Network) subbus. Additionally, the USBDL1 FD supports also up to two CAN FD. The USBDL1 G has an integrated GPS receiver module. The USBDL1 GA has an integrated GPS receiver module and two voltage outputs. And the USBDL1 A16 can acquire up to 16 voltage signals.
Before using the 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 USBDL1, 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.
Device Variant USBDL1 FD / USBDL1 G / USBDL1 GA / USBDL1 A16
Figure 1: Data logger USBDL1 FD.
Figure 2: Data logger USBDL1 G.
Figure 3: Data logger USBDL1 GA.
Figure 4: Data logger USBDL1 A16.
The .NET4 application CALIB-V1.0.5.EXE can be used to newly calibrate the USBDL1. The command line program TSD.EXE can be used to unerase/repair a USBDL1 measurement, or to copy it into a file. The command line program LOG2TMS.EXE can be used to convert LOG fies into TEMES measurements. And the command line program BAUDRATE.EXE can be used to change the USBDL1 baud rate to a fixed value after a reset. This is especially useful if you want to communicate with the USBDL1 via a Bluetooth RS232 converter.