Modular Portable Data Logging and Alarming System - Discontinued



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  • Modular Design Allows Flexibility to Meet Your Application Requirements
  • Fully User Programmable Via Graphic Drag-and-Drop Icons
  • Expandable to 24 Universal Analog Inputs
  • Accepts Thermocouple, Voltage, Current, Frequency, RTD, Thermistor and Resistance Inputs
  • Up to 48 Digital Inputs/Alarm Outputs
  • Provided Complete with HyperWare Windows Software
  • Conditional Logging, Math, Integrals, Delta Logging and Much More
  • Low Power for Battery or Line Powered Use
  • Full Differential, Bipolar Inputs
  • Real-Time Trending to a PC Via Modem or RS-232 Link


The OMP-MODL has been discontinued. Please see the OM-SQ2040 as a possible alternative or contact our Data Acquisition Engineering Department.

The OMP-MODL Modulogger is a self-contained, battery or line-powered datalogger and alarm system, which can be deployed as a "stand-alone" system, or incorporated into equipment where it silently samples digital and analog inputs, storing them to internal or PCMCIA memory. Easily programmed, the OMP-MODL has extremely powerful processing capabilities for data reduction (averaging, min/max, etc.) mathematical manipulation (algebraic, trig, time integrals, etc.) as well as unlimited, user-programmable, intelligent data logging capabilities. Together with the supplied Hyperware for Windows software, the OMP-MODL is a powerful, fully user programmable datalogging and alarming system. The Hyperware software provides for graphical programming of the OMP-MODL, serial communications, real-time trending, plotting and spreadsheet conversion of collected data. The OMP-MODL consists of a user specified stack of ruggedly packaged, rectangular modules. The main CPU module can be expanded with additional analog inputs, digital I/O, display and memory expansion modules to meet your specific application needs.

CPU Module
A CPU module is required in all OMP-MODL systems as it contains the system microprocessor, data storage memory, 13 bit Analog to Digital converter basic user switches and indicators, RS-232 port and Cold Junction Compensation circuitry. It also includes four alarm outputs, four universal analog inputs, and one digital count/event input. The provided analog inputs are software configurable for 6 thermocouple types,15 ranges of DC voltage or 7 ranges of DC current (identical function/specs as add-on OMP-MLIM-1 Module). Each of the analog input channels sports full differential inputs, software programmable configuration, front-end completion circuitry and rugged suppression protection circuitry to insure reliable accurate readings. The CPU module also includes a Cold Junction Compensation input for thermocouple applications. If thermocouples are not used, the CJC channel can be used as a system temperature, resistance, thermistor, or contact closure input. A single software configurable, general-purpose digital input is provided for logging of events or counting pulse outputs from flow meters, encoders, or other pulse-train type sources. The CPU module also provides two isolated alarm relay outputs, a TTL alarm output, a Status LED and a regulated, current-limited 5 Vdc output, all controllable via software. “Enable”, “Stop” and “Reset” switches as well as LED status indicators are provided at one end of the CPU module. Input and Output wiring is handled through plug-in terminal strips which allow for mass connection and disconnection of wiring.

Expansion Modules
A full family of plug-on modules is available to expand the capability and features of the system. Modules are available for additional analog inputs, digital I/O, modem communication, PCMCIA memory card interface, user interface/display, and battery power. As modules are added, they stack onto the CPU module, building a layered instrument to meet your needs. Modules are self-identifying and configurable via the Hyperware software for input type and range within the module’s capability (e.g., the MLIM-4 accepts 2, 3, and 4 wire RTD, resistance and thermistor inputs each with a multitude of ranges, all under software control).

Designed for portable, plant floor, and long-term remote data collection applications, the OMP-MODL incorporates low power CMOS circuitry to provide up to 4 weeks of operation from its optional plug-on D-cell battery pack. A low-voltage power transformer can be used for indefinite logging.

HyperWare for Windows is a powerful multi-purpose software package provided with the OMP-MODL. It facilitates serial communications, provides for graphic programming of the OMP-MODL, real-time data trending, collected data graphic plotting and data export to other applications, such as Microsoft Excel.
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