Hioki 3635-21 FMI Voltage Data Logger - 0.000 to 1.000V

SKU: 128028
Brand: Hioki Model: 3635-21 Condition: New

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Description

The Hioki FMI DC Voltage Logger is a digital data logger for measuring DC currents. With a measurement range of 0V to 1V and an input impedance of approximately 2.4MΩ, this field measuring instrument is useful for a wide range of applications. Other features include the ability to record up to 16,000 data points, a battery life of 2 years, simple operation, and LCD screen. By using the Hioki 3911-20 Communication Base, data can be transferred to your PC.

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Features:• Up to 16,000 measurement data can be collected with the optional 3911-20 for processing by PC
• Special software bundled with the 3911-20 enables storing of the recording time, interval, start, end, method and comments in the instruments memory
• Non-volatile memory preserves collected data even when the battery is depleted
Specifications:Basic Specifications:
• Measurement range: 0.000 to 1.000V
• Accuracy: : ±0.8% rdg. ±5 dgt.
• Assured accuracy range: 23°C ±5°C
• Temperature coefficient: 0.08%/°C
• Accessories: 9634, LR032
• Options: 9632, 9633, 3911-20

Additional Specifications:
Manufacturer Specification Sheet (PDF File)

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