We have transitioned the old X250/X50 loggers into one product using a digital 3-axis 200g accelerometer sensor. The sensor provides excellent low-noise and low-power capabilities that are best suited for applications involving events that exceed capabilities of the X16 series products. The small compact device captures impact events with precise timing and records the data to the internal flash memory. The plain text comma separated data files are easily accessible via the USB mass storage device interface. Read more about our data logger product-line features.Buy Online
For more details, specifications, and how to use the X200-4, please refer to the user manual (.pdf). The user manual includes an example data file and instructions for converting the data and time stamps.
The X200-4 logger is configured using a simple text file called config.txt located on the microSD card. Below is an example:
;Example X200-4 config file ;set sample rate ;available rates 12, 25, 50, 100, 200, 400 samplerate = 400 ;record constantly deadband = 0 deadbandtimeout = 0 ;set file size to 5 minutes of data samplesperfile = 120000 ;set status indicator brightness statusindicators = high ;rebootOnDisconnect ;see X200-4 user manual for other config options
Data is stored to simple text formatted .csv type files, which are easily imported into any spreadsheet or analysis software (Matlab, Octave, R, etc). Below is a example data file:
;Title, http://www.gcdataconcepts.com, X200-4, Analog Dev ADXL375 ;Version, 1110, Build date, Dec 30 2015, SN:CCDC120005928F8 ;Start_time, 2016-05-20, 11:33:53.647 ;Temperature, -999.00, deg C, Vbat, 3940, mv ;SampleRate, 400,Hz ;Deadband, 0, counts ;DeadbandTimeout, 0,sec ;Headers, time,Ax,Ay,Az 0.002502,-36,23,-202 0.005066,-24,26,-165 0.007629,-27,19,-184 0.010193,-43,28,-197 0.012756,-25,30,-186 0.015320,-18,5,-186 0.017852,-36,1,-184 0.020416,-25,21,-215 0.022979,-22,28,-208