Web-based data logger features IoT operation

Nov. 4, 2016

Akron, OH. DATAQ Instruments has announced the Model DI-808 web-based data logger, which features an embedded web server for IoT human-independent operation, eight universal analog and four pulse-input channels, and four alarm outputs.

The DI-808 Web data logger can be used by any device with a web browser running any operating system and in any form factor—for example, laptop, tablet, desktop, or smartphone, running Linux, Windows, iOS, or Android. The DI-808 instrument embraces the trend toward IoT operation where the device manages itself and puts only the information you want exactly where and when you need it.

The DI-808 autonomously acquires data and automatically uploads it to its internal memory, a USB drive, a client computer, one or more email addresses, an FTP/SFTP site, or any combination. Detected alarm states trigger an email or text alert to one or multiple addresses, while the discrete alarm output ports can be used for control. In this sense, the DI-808 allows you to manage, receive and retrieve data from across the room, or just as easily from the other side of the planet.

The DI-808 is in stock and available for same-day shipping. The instrument includes a pair of removable screw-terminal connectors, a DC power adaptor, and terminal screwdriver. It is sold in two versions: the DI-808 with 4 GB of internal storage memory costs $995; the DI-808-32 with 32 GB of internal storage memory costs $1,095.

https://www.dataq.com/products/di-808/

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