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Fisher Scientific™ DAS-3 Data Acquisition System for Fisher Scientific™ Traceable™ Products with Computer Output


Powerful and easy to use computer data capture program works with Traceable Instruments with computer output—designed to work with Windows™ 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7. Connects up to eight instruments all running simultaneously on one computer.

Manufacturer: fisher scientific™  4136

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CD, 6 ft. cable (supplied USB, serial, and instrument connections) cable plugs into the instrument and computer.

Catalog No. 11-661-22

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Description & Specifications

Specifications

For Use With (Application) Capture readings permanently, displays minimum/maximum readings
For Use With (Equipment) Pressure/vacuum gauge, light meter, RTD Platinum thermometer, double thermometer, conductivity meter, humidity/thermometer, moisture meter, infrared digital thermometer, dissolved oxygen meter and hot wire anemometer/thermometer
Includes CD, 6 ft. USB cable
Product Type Computer data acquisition system

  • Capture readings permanently
  • Records in intervals from 1 to 10,000 seconds
  • Straightforward plug-and-play
  • Displays minimum/maximum readings
  • Utilizes an alarm mode that permits the user to be notified visually, audibly, and by email when an alarm is triggered
  • Unlimited readings are saved to a file that can be viewed and printed as is, or may be printed in any report or spreadsheet format
  • Networking server/client capability allows the captured data to be monitored on a remote workstation
  • Readings may be streamed to cell phones or anywhere via email every minute or in any time interval
  • 24/7 notification of audible/visual alarms are sent to user's computer, remote computer, via email anywhere, and by email to cell phones
  • Program automatically installs in less than two minutes—no user programming, no user keystrokes, no user entries required: simply connect the cable to the instrument and to a USB port (or serial port) and data is captured