The High speed voltage data logger of the OM-LGR-5320 Series are highspeed, standalone data loggers for
analog and digital signals. Each module offers 16 analog inputs,
16 digital inputs, one single Form C relay (0.5A) digital output for
triggering/alarming, and four counter/encoder inputs. These
devices allow users to collect high-speed correlated analog and
digital data without a computer. OM-LGR-5320 devices perform
high-speed, correlated measurements, up to 200 kS/s,
directly to a Secure Digital (SD) or SDHC memory card. Utilizing the
advanced analog and digital triggering options, users can collect
data to monitor systems and events without dedicating a PC. The
OM-LGR-5320 loggers include easyto-use DAQLog software to configure
the devices and retrieve data via the USB interface or SD memory card.
Three models are available in the OM-LGR-5320 Series. The
OM-LGR-5325 features up to ±10V analog inputs, 100 kS/s sampling,
four conventional counter inputs (non-quadrature), and singlechannel
trigger modes. The OM-LGR-5327 features up to
±30V analog inputs, 200 kS/s sampling, four quadrature encoder
inputs, and multi-channel trigger modes. The OM-LGR-5329 includes
all the functionality of the OM-LGR-5327 plus isolated digital inputs.
16SE/8DE analog inputs are included on each data logger.
The OM-LGR-5325 features multiple analog input gain ranges
up to ±10V. The OM-LGR-5327 and OM-LGR-5329 add a ±30V
analog input range for increased measurement capability. Each data
logger provides 16-bit resolution.
Correlated, High-Speed Sampling
The OM-LGR-5327 and OM-LGR-5329 can sample input
data at up to 200 kS/s while the OM-LGR-5325 offers a 100 kS/s
sample rate. Each module can sample all analog, digital, and
counter data synchronously, making it easy to compare time
between all channels.
Configuration, Data Storage, and Retrieval
Each data logger can be configured through the SD memory card or via
the on-board USB port. Simply configure the logging session with
the included DAQLog software. All logging parameters are captured
on the SD memory card. A 4 GB SD memory card is included with each
data logger. Memory cards up to 32 GB are supported for extended
data collection. Data is retrieved by removing the
SD memory card from the logger
and uploading to a PC or by
connecting to the USB port on the logger.
OM-LGR-5320 Series data loggers offer multiple triggering options for
starting and stopping a data scan. These options vary by model.
The OM-LGR-5325 features single-channel analog and digital
triggering. The OM-LGR-5327 and OM-LGR-5329 offer multi-channel
and pattern triggering options. Multiple trigger options allow
collection of only the desired data. External clocking is also supported.
16 digital inputs are included with each data logger. These inputs can
be sampled synchronously with analog input data.
The OM-LGR-5325 and OM-LGR-5327 feature up to
28V digital inputs while the OM-LGR-5329 features up to 30V
digital inputs. The digital inputs on the OM-LGR-5329 also provide
500 Vdc isolation. Each data logger also features one digital output relay
channel. The Form C relay can be programmed via the included
DAQLog software to alarm when desired conditions are met.
Four counter inputs are built into the OM-LGR-5320 Series.
The OM-LGR-5325 features conventional up/down counters.
The OM-LGR-5327 and OM-LGR-5329 include quadrature
and conventional counter inputs. Multiple count modes are also
Pushbutton Logging Controls
Onboard one touch logging controls are featured on each module for quick and simple operation. These controls can be used for a variety of functions including:
- Configuration loading from SD memory card
- Start/stop logging
- Force trigger/user event
- Device reset
- Control of status LEDs
LEDs on each module provide instant logging and trigger status
and activity state.
DAQLog Software is an easy to use application included with each
OM-LGR-5320 Series data logger. DAQLog uses a spreadsheet style
interface that allows simple setup of channel and logging parameters.
DAQLog includes the following functions:
- Data logger configuration
- Channel setup
- Trigger setup
- Data conversion
- Scan rate and acquisition length
- Trigger, event, and alarm parameters
Data can be saved in .csv format for easy import into Excel®.
ANALOG INPUT A/D Converter: 16-bit successive approximation type Input Ranges: Software selectable per channel; OM-LGR-5325: ±10V, ±5V, ±1V; OM-LGR-5327, OM-LGR-5329: ±30V, ±10V, ±5V, ±1V Number of Channels: 8 differential/16 single-ended,
software configurable Input Configuration: Multiplexed Absolute Max Input Voltage: OM-LGR-5325: CH_x to AGND, ±25V max (power ON/OFF); OM-LGR-5327, OM-LGR-5329:
CH_x to AGND, ±38V max (power ON/OFF) Input Impedance OM-LGR-5325: ±10V, ±5V, ±1V range, 10 GΩ (power ON), 1 kΩ (power OFF) OM-LGR-5327, OM-LGR-5329: ±30V range, 1 MΩ (power ON), 1 GΩ (power OFF); ±10V, ±5V, ±1V range, 10 GΩ (power ON), 1 GΩ (power OFF) Input Leakage Current: ±100 pA Input Capacitance: ±30V range, 90 pf; ±10V, ±5V, ±1V range, 55 pf Max Working Voltage (Signal+ Common Mode): ±30V range,
±30.05V;±10V, ±5V, ±1V range, ±10.2V Common Mode Rejection Ratio: fin = 60 Hz, ±30V range, 65 dB min;
fin = 60 Hz, all other ranges, 75 dB min Crosstalk: DC to 25 kHz, adjacent differential mode channels, -80 dB ADC Resolution: 16-bits Input Bandwidth (-3 dB): All input ranges, 450 kHz min Input Coupling: DC Max Sample Rate: OM-LGR-5325: 100 kHz; OM-LGR-5327, OM-LGR-5329: 200 kHz A/D Pacing Sources: See input sequencer section Warm Up Time: 30 minutes, min Absolute Accuracy: All ranges, 0.07% FSR Noise: Differential mode, 2 LSB rms
ANALOG INPUT CALIBRATION
Calibration Method: Factory calibration Calibration Interval: 1 year
Mode External Digital via DTRIG (Pin 76): Software
configurable for rising or falling edge External Analog via ATRIG (Pin 78): See external
analog trigger Multi-Channel Analog
Level-sensitive based on acquired data. Up to 16-channels may be
used as independent trigger sources. Digital Pattern Trigger
Trigger when a user-defined 1 to 16 bit digital pattern is matched on
the DIN0-DIN15 pins. Programmable mask bits. External Digital Trigger Latency Non-Pretrigger Acquisition:
100 ns typical, 1 µs max Pretrigger Acquisition: 1 scan period max External Trigger Pulse Width: 1 µs min Internal Trigger Latency:2* (1/per-channel sample rate)
EXTERNAL ANALOG TRIGGER
External Analog Trigger Source:
ATRIG input (pin 78) Analog Trigger Input Ranges: OM-LGR-5325: ±10V; OM-LGR-5327, OM-LGR-5329: ±30 V, ±10V, software selectable Absolute Maximum Input Voltage OM-LGR-5325: ATRIG_IN to AGND, ±25V max (power
ON/OFF); OM-LGR-5327, OM-LGR-5329: ATRIG_IN to AGND, ±38V max (power ON/OFF) Input Impedance OM-LGR-5325: ±10V range, 10 GΩ (power ON), 1 kΩ (power OFF); OM-LGR-5327, OM-LGR-5329:
±30V range, 1 MΩ (power ON), 1 GΩ (power OFF);
10 GΩ (power ON), 1 GΩ (power OFF) Trigger Modes: Configurable for positive or negative slope, level Trigger/Hysteresis Resolution: 12 bits, 1 in 4096 Trigger/Hysteresis Levels: ±10V/4096 or ±30V/4096,
software selectable Trigger/Hysteresis Accuracy: ±2% of reading, ±50 mV offset Latency: 1.5 µS Full Power Bandwidth (-3 dB): 1 MHz
DIGITAL INPUT Number of Inputs: 16-channels OM-LGR-5325 Input Type: TTL Input Voltage Range: 0 to 28V Input Characteristics: 47 kΩ pull-down resistor, 39.2 kΩ
series resistor Max Input Voltage Level: 0 to +32V (power ON/OFF) Min High Level Input Voltage Threshold: 2.0V max Max Low Level Input Voltage Threshold: 0.8V min
OM-LGR-5327 Input Type: TTL Input Voltage Range: 0 to 28V Input Characteristics: 47 kΩ
pull-down resistor, 39.2 kΩ series resistor Max Input Voltage Level:
0 to 32V (power ON/OFF) Min High Level Input Voltage Threshold: 2.0V max Max Low Level Input Voltage Threshold: 0.8V min Event Logging: Change of state, pattern recognition; event time
stamped using real time clock
OM-LGR-5329 Input Type: Industrial Input Voltage Range: 0 to 30V Input Characteristics: Resistor divider 39.2 kΩ series resistor
and 10 kΩ shunt resistor connected to IGND Max Input Voltage Level: 36V (power ON/OFF) Min High Level Input Voltage Threshold: 10.04V max Max Low Level Input Voltage Threshold: 3.85V min Event Logging: Change of state, pattern recognition; event time
stamped using real time clock Isolation: 500 Vdc min
DIGITAL OUTPUT Number of Outputs: 1 Type: Mechanical relay, NEC ED2/EF2 series Relay Configuration: 1 Form C Relay Contact Resistance: 0.075 Ω Relay Contact Operate Time: 3 mS (excluding bounce) Relay Contact Release Time: 2 ms (excluding bounce) Relay Insulation Resistance: 1000 MΩ at 500 Vdc Relay Contact Ratings Max Switching Voltage: 220 Vdc/250 Vac Max Switching Current: 1.0 A Max Carrying Current: 2.0 A
COUNTERS OM-LGR-5325 Counter Type: Conventional Number of Channels: 4 Inputs: Counter, Up/Down, Gate Resolution: Fixed 32-bit or as sized by the modulo register Count Modes: Up/down, period/frequency, Modulo n De-Bounce Times (Programmable): 16 steps from 500 ns to 25 ms; positive or negative edge sensitive; glitch detect mode or de-bounce mode Time-Base Accuracy: 50 ppm Input Voltage Range: 0 to 5.5V Input Type: TTL Input Characteristics: 49.9 kΩ pull-down resistor Max Input Voltage Range: -0.5V to 7.0V Input High Voltage: 2.0V Input Low Voltage: 0.8V
OM-LGR-5327, OM-LGR-5329 Counter Type: Quadrature and conventional (x1, x2, x4) Number of Channels: 4 Inputs: Phase A+/A-, Phase B+/B-, Index ± Resolution: Fixed 32-bit or as sized by the modulo register Count Modes: Quadrature, up/down, period/frequency, Modulo n De-Bounce Times (Programmable): 16 steps from 500 ns to 25 ms; positive or negative edge sensitive; glitch detect mode or de-bounce mode Time-Base Accuracy: 50 ppm Receiver Type: Quad differential receiver Configuration: Each channel consists of Phase A input, Phase B
input and Index input; each input switch selectable as single-ended
or differential Differential: Phase A, Phase B and Index (+) inputs at user connector
routed to (+) inputs of differential receiver. Phase A, Phase B and
Index (-) inputs at user connector routed to (-) inputs of differential
receiver. Single-Ended: Phase A, Phase B and Index (+) inputs at user
connector routed to (+) inputs of differential receiver. Phase A,
Phase B and Index (-) inputs at user connector routed to ground.
(-) Inputs of differential receiver routed to +3V reference. Common Mode Input Voltage Range: ±12V max Differential Input Voltage Range: ±12V max Input Sensitivity: ±200 mV Input Hysteresis: 50 mV typ Input Impedance: 12 kΩ min Absolute Maximum Input Voltage: Differential, ±14V max
Operating System: Windows XP SP2/VISTA and 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
External Power Supply: 9V min, 30V max
Operating Temperature Range: 0 to 55°C (32 to 131°F) Storage Temperature Range: -40 to 85°C (-40 to 185°F) Humidity: 0 to 90% RH non-condensing
Dimensions: 241 x 127 x 44.5 mm H
(9.5 x 5.0 x 1.75") Weight: 0.52 kg (1.15 lb)
SHOCK AND VIBRATION SPECIFICATIONS
Mechanical Shock Operating: 50 g, 3 msec half sine; 30 g, 11 msec half sine; 3 hits per
face for a total of 18 hits (18 hits at 50 g, 18 hits at 30 g) Standard: IEC 60068-2-27
Frequency Hz: 10-500 Vibration Level: 5 grms Test Time: 100 minutes/axis Standard: IEC 60068-2-64
† All amounts shown in EUR, GBP, or USD Note: Comes complete with DAQLog software Quick Start Guide, 4 GB SD memory card, 2 m (6') USB cable, 100/240 Vac 0/60 Hz ac adaptor (USA plug), DAQLog software, and operator’s manual on CD.