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Rapid Mini Light Datalogger

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  • Country of Origin: United Kingdom
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This mini light level (illuminance) datalogger is in the form of a battery-powered USB stick, so no cables are required to retrieve the data. The sensor, memory and battery are all enclosed in a single unit so no additional hardware is required.

The sample rate can be set between once per second and once per hour, so the 16,384 sample memory can store from 4 hours to almost 2 years of data!

Operate in just 3 easy steps: 1. Insert the data logger into the computer and launch the software to configure the data logger - i.e. set the frequency of the readings. 2. Remove the data logger from the computer and place it where readings are required. 3. Insert the data logger into the computer to download the data when required.

  • Record up to 16,384 samples
  • Measure illuminance from 5 lux to 70 klux (logarithmic response)
  • Readings are recorded automatically at the frequency set during configuration
  • Programmable start date and time
  • Replaceable battery - no cables required
  • Battery life approx. 2 to 3 years
  • Can be used outside or in a liquid if protected in a self-seal bag or container
  • Simple to program with FREE downloadable software
Display Type N/A
Interface USB
Maximum Sample Rate 1S/s
Number of Channels 1
Power Source USB / battery
Type Light

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05 October 2015 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 52-3301
Q. does this item work with Linux Ubuntu 14.10
A. Hi Daniel, thank you for your question. This is not currently supported by Linux and only supports Windows operation.


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