The DT800 we are using always stops logging data after logging about 1,6 MB of data. It is apparently logging into a 1 GB card, so the /o switch should not trigger as there is plenty of space to log into. Has anyone experienced such a problem?
Can it a configuration problem or a problem with the data card?
I need to log temperature at 1 second intervals over a 5 minute period after receiving a digital input. There is no problem with getting the logging to start after the digital input, but not having much luck with getting it to stop.
I having trouble setting up the DT800 to get correct readings from a thermistor. I'm using a 100 kOhm at 25 degC.
At first I set it up without entering info into the thermistor tab with the channel set at YS06 which I thought was the closest to what i had and was able to get the readings to change (read temp as -26C at room temp).
But once i entered data into the thermistor tab I it rea
I have an application where power is being monitored which i have functioning OK but I need to log how long in secs the power is switched on. I have the output from a power transducer scaled and converted to kWh.
The power being switched by relay from a DSO how can I monitor On Time. I have tried the example from the online code examples
I have two DT800 loggers which are both connected to a network through an Ethernet connection. i am connecting to the network from a PC in the office about 50 meters from the loggers.
All works well the live data can be streamed through and viewed in real-time but I cannot get the mimic to work at all from this connection as when I open the mimic window it displays the mimic dials/re
I have compiled the following piece of code using Delogger Pro to actuate a relay when alarm conditions are met in 50CV and in 15CV 16CV & 17CV and I have grouped the three CVs together as in start channel 15 end channel 17CV.
Is this correct that the alarm will be true if the 50CV is met and less than 16C in the further 3 CVs individually or should I separate the 3 CVs and put
I have a DT800 of which i am using the 8 digital output channels drive relays for switching plant. The problem I have is that I require a further 2 digital output channels to drive 2 more relays any suggestions as to what I can do.
I was wondering what programming language is used in programming the DT800, as i would like to learn how to program the DT800 and not only use Delogger interface. From many of the code examples and solutions to questions asked here in the forum it seems knowing programming code would be most helpful.
I am fairly new to the dt800 logger and therefore have done no training with regards to programming.
I have an application where i am monitoring power consumption using three power transducers outputting an analogue 0+10V signal back to the dt800 where i am adding the data form the three transducers within a channel variable to give me total power from the three.
I have a flow meter that gives a pulsed output every 10 liters of water passed. It is set up as a counter. I would like to not monitor the flow anymore but rather the temperatures of various parts of the system until the pump comes on (i.e. when the flow meter is not working).
Then when the pump stops working I would like measurements to start recording again. There is no set tim
When connecting to my DT800 by modem, I always get a status not returned warning, and frequently I get a status check error which then results in the connection being closed.
When the status warning is related to the currently running job, I can usually connect successfully. But when the warning is related to a job not currently running, the connection usually fails. Any idea what might be c
I have 3 power meters monitoring power consumption and sending a signal back to DT800 where the 3 measurements are added to give total consumption.
I wish to connect an external digital display wall mounted to display the calculated total consumption. Any suggestions as to how I can achieve this as the calculated consumption is from 3 meters which give separate 0+10V back to DT800.
In my continuing quest to make a DT800 a thermocouple in disguise, I need to check for the possibility that one of my input thermocouple has been fried or broken.
I see a post in another forum about using a 2-wire resistance check. When I have a thermocouple (type-K) into channel 7, read as 7TK, I get a sensible reading. However, if I try and read its resistance, I am returned eithe
What does the following sequence of LEDs indicate:
Acquiring LED flashes
Charging and card busy LEDs flash
Acquiring LED flashes
All five LEDs flash
This sequence repeats itself. A triplepush reset during this problem had no effect and we are unable to establish communications via modem with the DT800. It appeared also as if the DT800 program halted unexpectedly.