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2000A Series LED's

The green LED will blink once every 5 seconds to indicate a delayed start or waiting to start. The green LED blinks once every 15 seconds to indicate the data logger is recording.The red LED flashes t...

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2/16/18

101A Series LED's

The green LED blinks every 10 seconds to indicate the data logger is running. The green LED blinks every 15 seconds to indicate the device is in delayed start mode, or waiting to start. The red LED...

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2/16/18

Wind101A Data Logger Installation Tips

When installing the Wind101A, refer to the following: - Mount the anemometer vertically in an open area, as high as possible, preferably on a pole.- Mount the anemometer using a cotter pin on a 0.5...

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2/16/18

Downloading Data

Madgetech 4: Downloading data from a data logger 1. Connect the logger to the interface cable. 2. Highlight the data logger in the Connected Devices panel. 3. Click Stop. 4. Click Download....

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2/16/18

Recovering Calibration Parameters

Please contact support@madgetech.com to obtain original calibration values. MadgeTech can provide values for calibrations completed by Madgetech. 

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2/16/18

No devices are connected. Why are my devices not appearing?

The software displays "No devices are connected. Why are my devices not appearing?" - MadgeTech 4 The software displays "Unable to find an active device!" - MadgeTech 2 This generic error oc...

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2/16/18

What is the Operating Environment vs. the Measurement Range?

The temperature range of an external sensor, such as a probe, RTD or Thermocouple, can often exceed the operating range of a data logger. A probe, RTD, or Thermocouple may for example have a range o...

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2/15/18

What are the different types of Thermocouple connectors?

There are three types of Thermocouple connector types: Mini Plug, Screw Terminal, and Terminal Block. Many of our thermocouple data loggers have different models available for each type of thermocou...

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2/15/18

What is the difference between a Shock101, TSR101, and SVR101?

The Shock101 data logger samples at 512hz and then records the peak values it experienced to your selected reading rate. Example: At a 1 second reading rate, the largest impact the Shock101 experience...

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2/15/18

If the Data Logger Battery Fails will Data be Lost?

If the data logger battery fails while logging data, will the data be lost if it has not been offloaded? If the battery fails while logging, the data is still retrievable and can be recovered. R...

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11/17/17

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