Extech 380340 Battery Operated Data Logger

Extech 380340 Battery Operated Data Logger


The Extech 380340 Battery Operated Data Logger captures up to 8000 readings from Extech's Heavy Duty meters.


  • Logs up to 8000 data points for transfer to a PC
  • Crystal oscillator assures precise data sampling
  • Automatic sampling rates from 1 second to 99 hours
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The Extech 380340 Battery Operated Data Logger performs automatic and manual readings from Extech's series of Heavy Duty meters. These meters include light, relative humidity, moisture, pressure, temperature, air velocity, pH, conductivity, and dissolved oxygen. Up to 8000 readings are stored in the unit and transfered to a PC via RS-232 connectivity for further analysis using the included software. 


Four LED lights provide power on, memory, paus, and data sampling confirmation. An optional 9V adaptor is available for lenghty in-field data recording. The 6 keys on the front panel enable easy setup of automatic sampling rates selectable from 1 second to 99 hours.

Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 5.2x2.8x1" (131x70x26mm)
  • Weight: 045 lb. (205g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Data logger
  • (1) Windows 95/98/NT/2000/ME/XP compatible software
  • (1) RS-232 cable
  • (4) AA batteries
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Can I adjust the sample rate?
Yes, the sample rate can be adjusted from 1 second to 8hrs 59mins and 59 seconds.
Does my datalogger have an internal memory?
Yes, the datalogger can store up to 8000 readings.

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