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Configuration and Data Logging Software for the LGR-5320 Series
  • Create or edit a settings file (*.set), containing:
  • Logging session, device name, data storage options, and notes
  • Analog, digital, and counter input channel parameters
  • Acquisition count and trigger parameters
  • Event logging parameters
  • Deploy a settings file to SD memory card (included with MCC DAQ Logger hardware) or via logger device
  • Convert logged data files (*.dat)
  • Supported Operating Systems: Windows┬« 7/Vista┬«/XP SP2, 32-bit or 64-bit

DAQLog is used to configure data acquisition (DAQ) settings for logging data with LGR-5320 Series devices. Device settings are saved and stored on a Secure Digital (SD) or Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) memory card. Settings files can be used with multiple devices as long as the device supports common features.


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Is DAQlog software compatible with 64-bit Windows 10?
While not officially tested, it does install and function properly. It will be specifically tested on Win10 32/64 in a future version.
If DAQLog does not do data acquisition, does the LGR-5320 series comes with some software for data acquisition?
The only software used with the LGR-532x series loggers is DAQLog. To clarify, DAQLog is used to set up the logging operation, but it is not used during the logging operation. Later it is used to convert the log files from binary to CSV/text, but it is not used to graph or analyze the data (Excel can be used for that).
Does this software is able to acquire data from all channels separately?
DAQLog sets up the LGR series logger hardware for later A/D sampling. Thus the DAQLog package itself does not collect the A/D data. The logger hardware has one A/D converter shared across all the AI channels. You specify which AI channels to enable (to be part of the scan). All enabled AI channels are scanned together, and all disabled AI channels are not scanned at all.