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February 10, 2010
about 11 years ago
i am a scientist with a limited knowledge about electronics.
i need to log data from sensors capable of providing serial output to a common PC rs-232c serial port (Rx, Tx and ground pins are the only ones used, and Tx is not necessary for logging). also i would like to have time stamps for incoming lines of data
is that wonderful thing - Logomatic v2 Serial SD Datalogger - capable of doing that or does it require any modifications?
actually i need multichannel serial logger to log up to 16 serial sensors connected sumultaneously. this would be an ideal solution of course.
and this task is performed in a power-limited environment - deployment of a submersible instrument under water for periods from couple hours up to a week, so all the mechanical and electronical devices used are powered from batteries.
No public wish lists :(