Turner Designs DataBank Handheld Data Logger

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

Features

  • 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 Logger2900-199 DataBank handheld data logger (cable/sensor sold separately)
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Turner Designs DataBank Cyclops-7 Cable Assembly 105-0580 DataBank Cyclops-7 cable assembly with locking sleeve, 0.6m
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Turner Designs DataBank Cyclops-7 Cable Assembly 105-0585 DataBank Cyclops-7 cable assembly with locking sleeve, 5m
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Turner Designs DataBank Cyclops-7 Cable Assembly 105-0581 DataBank Cyclops-7 cable assembly with locking sleeve, 10m
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Turner Designs DataBank Cyclops-7 Cable Assembly 105-0582 DataBank Cyclops-7 cable assembly with locking sleeve, 25m
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Turner Designs DataBank Cyclops-7 Cable Assembly 105-0583 DataBank Cyclops-7 cable assembly with locking sleeve, 50m
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Turner Designs 2118-000-T Cyclops-7F turbidity sensor, plastic housing
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Turner Designs Cyclops-7 Chlorophyll Sensor 2118-000-C Cyclops-7F chlorophyll sensor, plastic housing
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Turner Designs 2118-000-R Cyclops-7F rhodamine WT sensor, plastic housing
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Turner Designs 2118-000-F Cyclops-7F fluorescein sensor, plastic housing
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Turner Designs 2118-000-P Cyclops-7F blue-green algae (phycocyanin) sensor, plastic housing
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Turner Designs 2118-000-E Cyclops-7F blue-green algae (phycoerythrin) sensor, plastic housing
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Turner Designs 2118-000-U Cyclops-7F colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM) sensor, plastic housing
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Turner Designs 2118-000-O Cyclops-7F crude oil sensor, plastic housing
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Turner Designs 2118-000-B Cyclops-7F optical brighteners sensor, plastic housing
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Turner Designs Cyclops-7F Submersible Sensors 2118-000-A Cyclops-7F PTSA dye sensor, plastic housing
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Turner Designs 2118-000-G Cyclops-7F refined fuels sensor, plastic housing
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Turner Designs 2118-000-L Cyclops-7F tryptophan sensor, plastic housing
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Turner Designs Plastic Cyclops-7 Shade Cap 2100-708 Cyclops-7 shade cap, plastic housing
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Turner Designs DataBank Carrying Case 142-2900 DataBank carrying case (for up to 10m cable)
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Turner Designs C3/DataBank 12VDC Vehicle Power Supply 2900-151 C3/DataBank 12VDC vehicle power supply
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The 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.

  • (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
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