Turner Designs DataBank Handheld Data Logger

The Turner Designs DataBank is a universal handheld meter, data logger and power supply designed specifically for use with the Cyclops-7 and C-FLUOR optical sensors.


  • Stores up to 9,999 records and 16 calibrations
  • Simplifies sensor calibration & includes auto-gain function
  • Now includes integrated GPS standard with the purchase
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Turner Designs DataBank Handheld Data Logger

The Turner Designs DataBank is a universal meter, data logger, & power supply. Data can be stored and downloaded to a PC. Sensor calibration is simplified through continuous sensor readings with results graphically displayed. Sensor power is provided directly from the DataBank, which is powered by internal rechargeable batteries, an external 9-30VDC power source, or AC power.

GPS Data
GPS data are integrated into the DataBank. Each line of data that is stored or exported contains time, date, and position information, as well as the sample measurement. The Turner Designs DataBank is ideal for conducting dye trace studies, mapping algal blooms or looking for the presence of optical brighteners as an indicator of wastewater contamination.

  • (1) DataBank data logger with rechargeable NiMH batteries
  • (1) PC/Power USB interface cable
  • (1) AC to DC charger supply
  • (1) USB Drive with Software
Questions & Answers
Can I wire my own sensor cable to the DataBank?
The cable assembly is factory-wired and needs to be ordered with the DataBank in 0.6m or 10m lengths. Extension cables are available for purchase when longer lengths are needed. Contact us for more information.
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