The 2640A is a Data Logger from Fluke. Data loggers, or data recorders, collect information over time for a variety of purposes. A data logger uses internal memory and sensors to gather and document information on a 24-hour basis. Receive an accurate and comprehensive picture of the environmental conditions you’re monitoring as the device logs this information around the clock. Use data logging to measure temperature, humidity, wind speed, solar radiation, soil moisture levels, road traffic, tank levels, and a number of other elements.
- 20 Analog Input Channels Expandable Up to 400 Channel
- Extensive Optional Plotting and Trending Capabilities
- Optional Wall, Cabinet, or Rack Mounting
- May Be Connected to Ethernet Networks
- Replaces Chart Recorders
The Fluke NetDAQ 2640A delivers extremely high accuracy and resolution to provide calibration-level performance:
- Measures up to 300 V at up to 100 rps
- Offers 0.01 % volts dc—0.3 °C TC accuracy and 18-bit resolution
- Scans from 6 to 100 channels per second
Fluke NetDAQ networked data acquisition units are a powerful combination of hardware and software seamlessly integrated to deliver your data directly over your network. These systems, along with optional Trend Link software, enable multiple users to view just the information they need in real time, from anywhere on the system. View current, temperature, voltage, and more on the same screen at the same time. You can also monitor several units simultaneously making it ideal for small-tomedium sized equipment monitoring, product testing, and process validation applications. A NetDAQ unit can also be used as a portable dedicated system connected to a notebook computer for maintenance, product validation, research, and troubleshooting applications.
Combine from one to twenty NetDAQs into an integrated system of up to 400 channels. Use an existing network or simply connect directly to your PC. Two models offer a choice of scan speeds (up to 1,000 rps), and accuracy (up to 0.01 %) to meet your needs. And both NetDAQ models use Fluke's patented Universal Input Module which accepts any combination of analog input types for each of its 20 channels—without requiring external signal conditioning.