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Using the USB-500 datalogger in Windows 7

As a follow-up to this earlier post on the USB-501TC thermocouple datalogger, I’ve now successfully gotten the USB-500 software running under Windows 7, in a slightly roundabout way.

You might recall that Measurement Computing has been spectacularly tardy in updating their various software to install and run under the newer 64-bit versions of Windows (Vista and Windows 7). Fortunately, if you run Windows 7, you can run the USB-500 software in Windows 7’s Virtual XP mode, provided you have appropriate hardware and Windows 7 Professional (Home Premium and below won’t cut it) to run the virtual machine. If you do … Continue Reading

Thermocouple datalogger – the USB-501TC

In 2008, Measurement Computing released a self-contained datalogger that will record temperatures from a thermocouple continuously.

USB-501TC

The USB-501TC will read 32,510 temperature samples, each time-stamped. It will read K, J, and T-type thermocouples, and ships with the K-type thermocouple shown in the picture. The temperature readings can be taken at a number of intervals ranging from 1 second out to 12 hours.

Under the cap you find a standard USB plug, and the housing can be opened to access the replaceable 3.6V  lithium battery … Continue Reading

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Blogger decided to stop supporting users that hosted material on their own sites, so I’ve begun the transition to WordPress. The old material from my “Stuff” journal still exists, and the highlights are listed on the Archive page.

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