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12 differential inputs
The GP2 datalogger is a powerful, reliable, SDI-12 enabled research-grade logger with unique recording and control features.
The GP2 has 12 channels and is weatherproof, rugged and battery-powered. It comes with 12 differential analog inputs and 2 relays (expandable to 6). It can log most sensor types and accepts voltage, resistance, current, potentiometer, counter, bridge, frequency and digital state inputs.
Equally suited to both simple logging tasks and challenging monitoring / controlling applications, it is a highly flexible instrument.
DeltaLINK-Cloud is a free online data viewing and sharing service for Delta-T Devices dataloggers. Connect, upload, then monitor, manage and share sensor data with speed and ease.
The latest release of DeltaLINK Software (v3.7) enables the full ASCE/FAO-56 Penman-Monteith equation for calculating reference evapotranspiration (ETo).
The GP2 datalogger has been upgraded to support SDI-12 inputs. All new GP2s come with SDI-12 as standard - and GP2s supplied before March 2016 can be easily updated via a software download.
For more information on the GP2 SDI-12 and related software downloads visit: http://www.delta-t.co.uk/gp2-sdi-12.asp.
A key feature of the GP2 is that complex models can be achieved without specialist programming skills. Powerful results can be achieved with just a reasonable knowledge of spreadsheet level algebraic expressions.
The GP2 enables users to create scripts for implementing models and systems. They can define custom rules for the controlling of experiments, and define their own algorithms and formulas. In addition, threshold values can be easily adjusted in real time whilst the program is running – a unique feature.
The GP2 is designed and manufactured by UK-based Delta-T Devices Ltd, who has over 25 years’ experience in building sophisticated field-proven dataloggers for the scientific research market, so reliability, accuracy and longevity is assured. All Delta-T loggers come fully featured with no hidden extras.