LogIT uLog are a range of USB sensors that plug directly into the computer USB port to use the computer as a datalogger. Ergonomically designed for bench use or fixed to a retort with the in-built strap. Cables have a built-in storage system. A single button starts the logging without needing to touch the computer. We have created a video as an introduction to uLog.
• Plug 'n' go - USB cable built in plugs into your computer - no batteries required powered from the computer
• Use many sensors together - The built in multicolour LED automatically shows the sensor channel
• Easy - Push button to start logging, stop logging or insert a marker without touching the keyboard
• Clip together - Sensors lock together for easy storage and use
• Neat - Built in cable storage - keeps them tidy and easy to store
• Versatile Unique design allows uLog sensors to be free standing, mounted on a ring stand or hand held
• Affordable - The uLog system makes great financial sense as no separate datalogger is required
• Complimentary - Compliments the existing LogIT range - use the sensor adapter shown above
• Analogue logging rate normal logging = 100/s (10ms interval)
• Analogue logging rate oscilloscope mode = 20,000/s (50us interval)
• Analogue logging rate triggered mode = 20,000/s (50us interval)
• Digital timing = 1 microsecond resolution from up to two channels simultaneously (eg. light gates)
• Digital timing between two different uLog devices (ie. when connected to two different USB sockets) is not recommended. Actual accuracy will vary dependent on the computer being used but no better than a few milliseconds. For the most accurate timing, the uLog light gates are recommended.
These are typical performance figures and depend on the computers hardware specification. Most computers capable of sensibly running the supported operating system, should be able to reproduce these performance figures.
This data was recorded live at the launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on 16th May 2011 at the Kennedy Space Centre. uLog light & sound sensors plus Infrared Microsense sensor plugged into the uLog sensor adaptor. Courtesy of David & Tammy Palmer from DCP Microdevlopments.