The UEILogger product line is covered by UEI’s 10-year availability guarantee. Please be advised that on June 14, 2021 the 10-year clock was started, and we cannot promise delivery of UEILoggers after June 14, 2031. Please also note the UEILogger is not recommended for new applications. We have frozen the design so existing customers as of this date can get compatible units in the future. However, we will not be adding new I/O boards in the future and do not plan to update the firmware/software to support new operating systems or computer types.
Not recommended for new designs.
The UEILogger™ 300 is a powerful, flexible and easy-to-use data logger/recorder suitable for use in a wide variety of industrial, aerospace, in-vehicle and laboratory applications. Based upon UEI's popular PowerDNA Ethernet DAQ Cubes, the UEILogger maintains all of the PowerDNA's flexibility and adds a powerful standalone data logging/recording capability.
The new UEILogger offers faster logging, larger data storage and additional functionality. The new logger supports sample rates as high as 500 kilosamples per second for 16-bit samples and 250 kilosamples per second for 18 to 24 bit A/D samples. Regardless of system configuration, the new UEILogger provides at least 320 kS/S (16-bit) or 160 kS/S (18-24 bit). The revision also supports SD cards as large as 32 GB and includes an 8 GB SD card as standard. Additional features include an alarming function that allows a digital output or Sync bit to be controlled by alarm conditions of Analog inputs. The new revision also supports logging from the MIL-STD-1553 avionics bus. The latest logger also provides a built-in sample rate self-test feature that measures system performance and sets the system maximum sample rates based on actual system configuration.
The UEILogger is configured to meet the specific needs of your application. The Logger Cube contains the controller, network and SD card interface, power supply as well as either three or six I/O slots (UEILogger 300 or 600 respectively). Configure your logger by simply selecting the I/O boards required to match your application. With over 25 different I/O boards available, there's sure to be a configuration to meet your needs. The UEILogger family uses the same I/O boards as our PowerDNA cubes.