Count input data logger with input lead
- 0 to 14,000 counts
The TGP-4901 is a count input data logger that is supplied in a robust, waterproof case. It records the number of pulses seen during each user-defined logging interval. Loggers can be factory configured for use with a third-party sensor, for applications such as flow rate, utility meters monitoring and object/people counting. To confirm that this logger can be configured to work with a specific sensor, please contact us using our online form. This logger requires Tinytag Explorer software and a USB download cable (CAB-0007-USB). The logger is supplied with an input lead (CAB-3246) to connect it to a third-party sensor. For sensors that already have an output cable, a 2-pin connector plug (ACS-9700) is available separately.
- Factory Configuration: Custom Scaling (optional service)
- High accuracy and reading resolution
- Low battery monitor
- Count logger, 0 to 14,000 counts
- Case waterproof to IP68
- CAB-3246 input cable supplied
- User-replaceable battery
- Delayed start option
Custom Scaling Service
This data logger can be factory-configured to conect to a third-party sensors and scaled to show readings appropriate for the sensor it is attached to. To confirm that this logger can be configured to work with your specific sensor, please submit our online form.
Tinytag Explorer Software
This is the easy to use Windows program needed to configure the logger and present the data. The Tinytag Explorer software licence allows unlimited users on one site.
You have the option of purchasing calibration certificates with our loggers. Standard measurement points are 0 and 30°C for temperature, 20 and 80 % RH (at 25°C) unless specified otherwise. If you don't order calibration, we guarantee the accuracy figures on our datasheets at the point of purchase.
Help & Support
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