The OM-CP-STATE101A is one of
our newest data loggers. It is part
of a new series of low cost, state-of-the-art data logging devices that
has taken the lead in offering the
most advanced, low cost, battery
powered data loggers in the
The OM-CP-STATE101A offers a
10 year battery life, 4 Hz reading
rate, a multiple start/stop function,
ultra-high speed download
capability, 406,323 reading storage
capacity, optional memory wrap,
battery life indicator, optional
password protection and more.
The OM-CP-STATE101A senses
input transitions or contact closures
from external sources such as
transducers and/or state initiators
and records the time and input state
of the device when a transition
occurs. Once activated the data
logger senses and records transition
or state changes at the input. The
device’s real-time clock ensures that
all data is time and date stamped.
The storage medium is non-volatile
solid state memory, providing
maximum data security even if the
battery becomes discharged.
The device can be started and
stopped directly from your computer
and its small size allows it to fit almost anywhere.
Data retrieval is simple. Simply plug
it into an available USB port and our
user-friendly software does the rest.
The software converts a PC
into a real-time strip chart recorder.
Data can be printed in graphical and
tabular format or exported to
a text or Microsoft Excel file.
The OM-CP-STATE101A was
designed with our customers in
mind. We offer free firmware
upgrades for the life of the product
so that data loggers already
deployed in the field can grow with
new technological developments.
Units do not need to be returned to
the factory for upgrades. The user
can do this automatically from
Input Connection: Removable screw terminal Input Range: 0 to 30V Input Low: <0.4V Input High: >2.8V Internal Weak Pull-Up: <60 µA Input Impedance: >60 kΩ Time Resolution: 4 Hz (reading rate selectable in software) Reading Rate: 4 Hz to 1 every 24 hours Memory: 406,323 readings; software configurable
memory wrap Wrap Around: Yes Start Modes: • Immediate start • Delay start up to 18 months • Multiple pushbutton start/stop Multiple Start/Stop Mode: Start and stop the device multiple times
without having to download data or communicate with a PC Multiple Start/Stop Mode Activation:
To Start the Device:
Press and hold the pushbutton for 5 seconds, the green LED will flash during this time.
The device has started logging. To Stop the Device:
Press and hold the pushbutton for 5 seconds, the red LED will flash for three seconds and then the green LED will flash for two
seconds. The device has stopped logging. Real Time Recording: The device may be used with PC to monitor
and record data in real-time LED Functionality:
Green LED Blinks: 10 second
rate to indicate logging 15 second
rate to indicate delay start mode Red LED Blinks:
10 second rate to indicate low battery and/or full memory Password Protection: An optional password may be programmed into
the device to restrict access to configuration options. Data may be
read out without the password. Engineering Units: Native measurement units can be scaled
to display measurement units of another type such as on/off,
open/closed and more. Battery Type: 3.6V lithium battery (included); user replaceable Battery Life: 10 years typical, dependent upon frequency and
duty cycle Time Accuracy: ±1 minute/month [at 20ºC (68ºF),
stand alone data logging Computer Interface: USB (interface cable required);
115,200 baud Software: XP SP3/Vista/7 and 8 (32 and 64-bit) Dimensions: Data Logger: 36 H x 56 W x 16 mm D (1.4 x 2.2 x 0.6") Waterbox Enclosure: 74 H x 148 W x 39 mm D (2.9 x 5.8 x 1.5") Weight: 24 g (0.9 oz) Materials: Data Logger: ABS Plastic Waterbox Enclosure: Black anodized aluminum
† All amounts shown in EUR, GBP, or USD Note: Comes complete with 3.6V lithium battery. USB cable and operator’s manual are included with the OM-CP-IFC200 Windows software (required to operate the data logger and sold separately).
OM-CP-STATE101A - State Data Logger Quick Start Guide
OM-CP Series - Data Logger and Software User Guide