- Battery Analyzers
- Borescopes & Video Inspection
- Calibration Instruments
- Data Loggers
- Data Networks
- Distance Meters
- Electrical Testing
- Electronic / Bench Testing
- EMF & Gauss Meters
- Environmental Testing
- Insulation & Ground Testing
- Material Testing
- Motion, Speed & Force
- Power Measurement
- Pressure Measurement
- Process Monitoring & Control
- Sound Level Meters
- Temperature & Humidity
Wireless Multi-Channel Data Logger, 1 ms Sampling, Main Unit Only
The Hioki LR8450 Memory HiLogger is a high-speed data logger for recording multiple channels of voltage, temperature, resistance or humidity signals. The LR8450 offers 1 ms sampling across up to 120 channels, and can be paired with 5 different types of plug-in input units (sold separately). Input modules measure strain and distortion, ideal for automotive applications involving the evaluation of vehicle components as well as robotic equipment.
Stable Logging - Even at High Voltages and Frequencies - Minimize the Effects of Noise
The LR8450 reduces the effects of noise to deliver stable logging, even at high voltages and frequencies. Legacy data loggers could not log temperature accurately in noisy environments due to the effects of high frequencies, which caused values to shift or fluctuate significantly.
The Hioki Memory HiLogger LR8450 uses a revamped design to dramatically reduce the effects of high-frequency noise, and is ideal for temperature logging of inverters and batteries.
Gain up to 120 channels of input simply by adding a total of four plug-in units
Sample output from a variety of sensors, including 1 ms pressure sensors. Use model High Speed Voltage Unit U8553
Measures at a sampling rate of up to 1 ms.
1 ms sampling rate is the best match to measure sensor outputs with a frequency response of under 100 Hz, for example pressure and vibration sensors.
Measure strain with a 1 ms sampling rate
Example: strain measurement
Use model Strain Unit U8554
Connect strain gauges directly and measure at a sampling rate of up to 1 ms.
Strain gauges tend to have long, thin wires that are easily broken, but that potential pitfall can be avoided by using wireless units so that wire length is minimized.
Measure temperature near an inverter or battery
Example: temperature measurement
Voltage/Temp Unit U8550
Universal Unit U8551
Measures at a sampling rate of up to 10 ms.