The BD300 Data Acquisition Recorder has engineering programmable inputs; therefore the output data can be user defined and display any engineering unit (e.g. PSI, mbar, °C, kJoule, hPa, W/m², RPM, kW, V, A, Hz).

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BD300 Data Acquisition Recorder

Key features

  • Differential inputs for measuring VAC, VDC, IAC, IDC
  • Differential inputs for measuring temperature and frequency
  • Optional disk drive for logging up to 400 Hz, 20 bits resolution
  • Optional synchrone printer

The BD300 comes with an optional RS-232C interface, making it possible to connect to a PC or network via the BD300's interface. This allows communication between both instruments and allows for data transfer (logging) directly to the hard disk of the PC. An optional floppy disk drive can be mounted inside the BD300, allowing data logging up to 400Hz without the need of a PC. The data from the BD300 is compressed to a maximum of about 4MB ASCII on a MS-DOS compatible 3.5 inch diskette and can be viewed by using Windows Data Visualisation package (Famos compatible).

An optional HP Inkjet printer head allows printing of axis, actual data, alarm messages, settings etc. Synchronous in time with the written signals. Communication to the outside world is via eight free definable relay in/outputs, in addition to eight event Inputs. On every I/O event the BD300 has 43 functions available to react. A built-in timer allows functionality without manual input.

The BD300 features a unique and intuitive user interface which allows easy set-up and display of all recorder functions with random access to all menus. Four instrument settings files can be stored - under a user defined name - inside the BD300 for immediate recall or an additional 16 settings via the floppy disk drive. Together with its 'built-in intelligence' the BD300 offers you a flexible, high-performance measurement solution for demanding applications.

Technical specification

Amps DC/ACrms 1 mA to 500 mA
Temperature Thermocouples J, K, B, E, N, R, S, T and Pt-100 2, 3 and 4 wire
Frequency 10 Hz to 100 kHz
Input resolution 20 bits
Sampling rate 400 Hz per channel
Data storage On 3.5" disk or via RSA-232
Channel separation 3 kV
Paper speed 5 to 500 mm/h, 0.1 to 500 mm/m, 0.1 to 50 mm/s
Pen speed 1.2 m/s and 20 m/s² acceleration

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