Pico Technology PP706 Digital I/O, Light, pH, Pulse, Resistance, Sound Data Logger, Maximum Voltage Measurement 5V,

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USB DrDAQ® Data Logger - PP706

The USB DrDAQ Data Logger PP706 has something for everyone: whether you’re a teacher looking for a fun way to perform data logging experiments in the classroom, a student wanting an inexpensive introduction to data logging and oscilloscopes, a computer programmer who wants to use C++ to monitor and control inputs and outputs of real-world devices, a hobbyist who wants to monitor and control their environment, or a professional wanting to measure pH under laboratory conditions — DrDAQ is all you need!

Built-in sensors for light, sound and temperature allow you to start using your USB DrDAQ Data Logger straight out of the box. The USB DrDAQ also has an RGB LED that you can program to show any 1 of 16.7 million colours.

A PC based data logger is only as good as its software and the USB DrDAQ comes with a complete software package that enables you not only to use your DrDAQ as a data logger (PicoLog) but also as an oscilloscope and AWG (arbitrary waveform generator) using PicoScope. Both PicoLog and PicoScope are easy to use applications.

Please see RS 749-1917 for a full DrDAQ kit containing not just the logger, but additional sensors for pH, temperature, humidity and a scope probe.

Very low cost
Built in sensors for light, temperature and sound (level and waveforms)
Measure pH — just plug in any standard pH electrode
Measure voltages and resistances
Sockets for external sensors (temperature, humidity etc)
Use DrDAQ to capture fast signals (eg sound waveforms)
Outputs for control experiments
Simply plug in to your PC and measure
Includes SDK for writing custom applications
USB connected and powered
Use up to 20 USB DrDAQs on a single PC

Supplied with

USB DrDAQ Data Logger Board
Software CD
USB Installation Guide
Cable: USB2 1.8m blue

Dr DAQ represents a breakthrough in data logging. Simply plug Dr DAQ into the parallel port of any PC, run the supplied software and you are ready to collect and display data. Everything required is supplied: Dr DAQ uses power from the PC so no batteries are required. Dr DAQ is an ideal tool for engineers or can be at the heart of hundreds of educational science experiments.
As well as the built-in sensors, Dr DAQ has two sockets for external sensors. When a sensor is plugged in to Dr DAQ the software detects it and automatically scales readings. For example if a temperature sensor is plugged in readings are displayed in °C. Details are provided to allow users to develop their own sensors.

Very low cost data logger
On board sensors for light, sound and temperature
ISKS/s enables Dr DAQ to capture fast signals (e.g. sound waveforms)
Built-in sensors for light, sound and temperature
Sockets for external sensors
Measures pH - just plug in any standard electrode
Output for control experiments
Simply plug into your PC and measure. PicoLog (data logging) and PicoScope (oscilloscope and spectrum analyser) software included

Dr DAQ Built-in Sensors

Temperature is sensed using a precision Thermistor. It can measure over the range 0 to 70°C with a resolution of 0.1°C (at 25°C)
The light sensor is designed for measuring ambient light levels. It has a fast response so can also be used to measure the flicker of lights or computer monitors
The internal microphone measures both sound level and sound waveforms. Sound level is 'A law' weighted to match the response of the human ear and can be measured over the range 55 to 100dBA. Sound waveforms can be displayed in both the time (oscilloscope) and frequency (spectrum analyser) domain
Voltage (0 to 5V) and Resistance (0 to 1MΩ) can be measured using the screw terminal connectors
A digital output and a LED are also provided for control/alarm purposes. These can be set on/off using threshold limits on any channel

Attribute Value
Measurement Parameters Digital I/O, Light, PH, Pulse, Resistance, Sound
Number of Input Channels 14
Interface Type USB 2.0
Maximum Voltage Measurement 5V
Maximum Temperature Measurement +70 °C
Power Source Mains
Best Temperature Measurement Accuracy ± 2 °C
Dimensions 77 x 70 x 23mm
Alarm Yes
Temperature Measurement Resolution 0.1°C
Includes Software, USB Cable, User Manual
Available to back order for despatch 22/04/2020
Price Each
£ 95.00
(exc. VAT)
£ 114.00
(inc. VAT)
Per unit
1 +
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