Wireless Multi-channel Data Logger Captures Up to 105 Data Points via Bluetooth®
WIRELESS LOGGING STATION LR8410
Hioki Memory HiLoggers are high-speed data loggers for recording multiple channels of voltage, temperature, resistance or humidity signals, some models providing complete isolation between channels and strong noise resistance. The LR8410-20 is an innovative wireless logging system capable of capturing up to 105 channels of data wirelessly using Bluetooth® wireless technology.
• Capture logging data using Bluetooth® wireless technology. Install logging modules in hard-to-reach locations (over line-of-sight distances of up to 30 meters *1 )
(*1) The presence of obstructions may shorten this range
• Choose an input unit based on the parameters you wish to measure (15-channel and 2-channel units are available)
• Easily add up to 7 input units wirelessly to keep your environment free of tangled wires (for a total of up to 105 channels when using 15-channel units)
• 100 msec simultaneous sampling across all channels using rapid scanning method
• Quick Set guide makes configuration a breeze
Model No. (Order Code)
|LR8410-20||English model, main unit only|
The LR8410-20 alone is not capable of making measurements. One or more input modules are necessary to measure. The main unit and input modules are not bundled with the Battery Pack Z1007. Thermocouples are not provided by HIOKI, and must be purchased from a separate vendor.
Note: Use only HIOKI SD Memory card, which is manufactured to strict industrial standards, for long-term storage of important data. Correct operation of non-HIOKI SD cards or USB memory sticks are not guaranteed. *Models LR8512 to LR8515 may only be used in countries in which they have been certified.
These products emit radio waves. Use of radio waves is subject to licensing requirements in certain countries. Use in countries or regions other than those listed above may constitute a violation of law, exposing the operator to legal penalties.
*The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by HIOKI E.E. CORPORATION is under license. *For the latest information about countries and regions where wireless operation is currently supported, please visit the Hioki website.
A wireless data logger that supports a variety of measurements with a diverse line of measurement units
For applications such as ● Developing and evaluating parts ● Simulating electricity generation characteristics and evaluating performance of solar power systems ● Evaluating air conditioning equipment and systems and measuring temperature ● Performance evaluation of the house ● Verifying elevator operation and performing maintenance ● Developing inverters and motors for railcars ● Monitoring the growth environment in a plastic greenhouse or other structure ● Managing temperature and humidity while shipping freight ● Recording rainfall volume, etc
A wireless data logger than can measure up to 105 channels of data
Connect up to 7 measurement units to perform multipoint measurement across a maximum of 105 channels when using 15-channel units LR8510 or LR8511. Also pair with 1- or 2-channel wireless loggers, including LR8520, LR8512, LR8513, LR8514 or LR8515. Mix and match 7 types of measurement units to consolidate the measurements you need. Use Bluetooth(R) wireless technology to send and receive data over line-of-sight distances of up to 30 m. ＊The presence of obstructions may shorten this range
Making the wiring process faster while minimizing costs - Wireless data logger
With a wired instrument… Recording a large number of channels means you’ll have to deal with a mess of wires. In addition to increasing the cost of connection cables and thermocouples, long wires make setup more time-consuming. << Resolved with wireless data transmission >> The lack of wiring around the instrument makes for a clean installation. Minimal wiring means lower costs and faster setup.
Make measurements where it would not be practical to wire equipment directly - Wireless data logger
With a wired instrument… Running a large number of thermocouples from a logger to the ceiling or crawlspace would mean a wiring nightmare. << Resolved with wireless data transmission >> There’s no need to connect measurement units to the Wireless Logging Station LR8410 with long wires. Instead, you can install the logging module in an attic or crawl space and check data from the LR8410's screen while measurement is ongoing.
Make measurements of interior conditions from the outside, with the door closed - Wireless data logger
With a wired instrument… We can’t close the windows or doors due to all the wires. As a result, there’s a gap in the gasket, and the vehicle cannot be sealed. << Resolved with wireless data transmission >> Only the measurement unit needs to be installed in the vehicle. Wires do not protrude outside the vehicle, allowing the windows and doors to be closed so that the vehicle can be tested under airtight conditions.
Test data from multiple locations can be managed along a single time axis. - Wireless data logger
Installing individual loggers on test equipment means each set of measured data is on its on time line, making it hard to compare the data with respect to a single time axis. Model LR8410 can observe measurement results from multiple pieces of experimental equipment as part of the same time series. Logging modules are small enough to fit almost anywhere.
Ensure peace of mind even in the event of a signal disruption - backup function
Measurement units and wireless loggers have built-in buffer memory so that measurement data can be saved if communication is temporarily disrupted. This data is resent once communication is restored, allowing the measurement data to be stored in the Wireless Logging Station.
Easy wireless setup
The LR8410 features Hioki’s Quick Set function. Since measurement units can be registered simply by following the Unit Registration Guide, even first-time users can start measurement right away. If no logging modules have been registered, the Quick Set screen is displayed when the LR8410 is turned on, and the instrument automatically detects any logging modules that are within communications range. It’s also easy to configure settings when adding measurement units later.