Physlogger is a compact datalogger for interfacing transducers of various kinds and low frequency data acquisition. The hardware box is packages along with its software. The software is free to download.
Product Code: Physlogger
Brand: Qosain Scientific
Availability: On Order Only
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Rs. 80,000

Physlogger is an Arduino based data logging device that can input signals from a multiple variety of analog and digital sensors. Many of these sensors are also designed by Physlab. Here are the broad technical specifications of this data logger.

Broad specifications

Number of channels 4 (A,B,C,D) and one I2C
Differential input ranges 6V, 0.6V, 30 mV (plus and minus)
Referenced single ended input range 0-6 V
Input impedance 12.5 K Ohms
Differential input All channels
RSE input All channels
Maximum sampling frequency 1 KHz

The device is supplied with a highly user-friendly app that currently runs on Windows. The app, also named Physlogger, can be downloaded in the form of a self-extracting executable archive. The complete source code (in C#) can also be downloaded. The software is carefully designed for ease of use and direct visual appeal. Most user adjustments are simply the click or drag of a mouse away!

The Physlogger hardware and software combo is extremely useful for cost-conscious teaching and research labs where low frequency signals are to be acquired from transducers of various kinds. Physlab is also developing an array of transducers to complement the logger.

Other features

Here are some other niceties of the Physlogger combo:

  • Open, save projects
  • Save data in multiple formats
  • Channels can be switched on and off
  • Channel displays adjustable (plot types, overlay vs cascade)
  • Channel types can be configured for various kinds of sensors (thermocouples, PhysDisp – our displacement sensor, PhysBar – our pressure sensor)
  • Options to upload firmware and install Arduino drivers are built into the software
  • Save configuration across multiple channels
  • Sensitivity and voltage resolution are adjustable in the differential modes
  • Both positive and negative voltages can be seen in the differential mode
  • Sampling rate is adjustable up the maximum
  • Save maximum and minimum values over the session life
  • Option to calibrate sensors resulting in re-scaling of data
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