QuadProcess Data Logger

QuadProcess Data Logger


4-channel, low level DC current data logger and wall mounted power adapter. Includes NIST traceable calibration certificate





Current Range -2 mA to +30 mA, ±160 mA, ±3 A.
Input Range: 0 to 2.5 V
Current Resolution -2 mA to +30 mA = 0.5 µA
±160 mA = 5 µA
±3 A = 100 µA
Current Calibrate Accuracy -2 mA to +30 mA = ±0.05% FSR
±160 mA = ±0.05% FSR
±3 A = ±0.15% FSR
Current Input Impedance -2 mA to +30 mA = 10 Ω
±160 mA = 1 Ω
±3 A = 0.1 Ω



Memory 130,944 readings per channel
Reading Rate 4 Hz to 1 reading every 24 hours
Baud Rate 115,200
Channels 4
LED Indicators 2
Battery Life 1 year
Material Anodized aluminum
Dimensions 2.7 in x 7.2 in x 1.0 in (69 mm x 184 mm x 26 mm)
Operating Environment -20 °C to +60 °C (-4 °F to +140 °F), 0 %RH to 95 %RH non-condensing
Req'D Interface Package IFC200
Weight 0.9375 LBS

The QuadProcess is a four channel, battery powered, stand alone low level DC current data logger. The Device records time and date stamped DC current data from external sensors, transducers and many other sources.

The data logger features user-programmable Engineering Units and offset/gain calculations so input signals can be scaled to proper units being measured. For example, a water meter with a 4-20 mA output can be displayed as liters or gallons, etc., in the software graph and data. Negative current signals can be monitored and recorded, for a broad range of applications.

Three different DC current ranges are available -2 mA to +30 mA, ±160 mA, ±3 A. The QuadProcess can measure and record data for up to 130,944 readings per channel. 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. The QuadProcess makes data retrieval quick and easy. The QuadProcess comes with a wall mounted universal power adapter. Simply plug it into an empty USB port and our user-friendly software does the rest.