MCC WebDAQ 316: Internet Enabled Thermocouple Data Logger

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Measurement Computing Corporation (MCC) and Data Translation (DT) DAQ products are now part of the Digilent family of test and measurement solutions. MCC and DT are leading suppliers of data acquisition solutions that are easy-to-use, easy-to-integrate, and easy-to-support.

The MCC WebDAQ 316 is a stand-alone, temperature logger designed for remote monitoring and control. All the intelligence is built into the WebDAQ, eliminating the need for a PC or additional software. By using the embedded WebDAQ web server, users can easily configure simple or sophisticated applications, log temperature data, update digital outputs and/or send notifications based on alarm conditions, and view real-time data from any location and any device with a web browser. The WebDAQ 316 provides 16 isolated thermocouple inputs, and four isolated digital bits that can be used as trigger inputs or alarm outputs. Housed in a heavy-duty chassis, the WebDAQ 316 is rugged enough for industrial applications.

There are three devices in the WebDAQ Series. Devices are available to log multiple signal types including voltage (up to +/-60 V), thermocouples, IEPE-based sensors like accelerometers, current, RTDs, resistance, and bridge-based sensors.

MCC is a leading supplier of data acquisition solutions that are easy-to-use, easy-to-integrate and easy-to-support. Digilent has partnered with MCC and we now offer MCC DAQ and data logging devices on the Digilent website.

The WebDAQ Series embedded OS and web server provides an all-in-one package for stand-alone data logging and alarming. Users can monitor and control their applications from anywhere with a web browser. The WebDAQ web server is optimized for both desktop and mobile use. Users can perform data acquisition tasks from phones, tablets and laptops with a single, intuitive user interface.

For users requiring more custom functionality than is provided by the web browser interface, a RESTful API is provided to start and stop an acquisition, retrieve data in real-time, access information about the system, schedules, and jobs, and to get the status of an acquisition and alarm(s). With the RESTful API, data from WebDAQ devices can be displayed on any popular data dashboard, cloud application, or custom program.

WebDAQ REST API Examples (.zip)

The WebDAQ Series is not compatible with Digilent Waveforms.

  • 16 thermocouple inputs
  • 24-bit A/D converter
  • Up to 75 S/s/ch sample rate
  • Thermocouple types J, K, R, S, T, N, E, and B supported
  • Log data to internal storage or mapped network storage
  • Internal 3GB memory - optional SD card, and USB slots
  • Cold junction compensation
  • Built-in web server allows access from any device with a web browser
  • Alarming and notifications with email and SMS messaging
  • Export data to csv, UFF, or binary for other applications
  • Easy, flexible task scheduling
  • No driver software to install
  • WiFi support (WiFi dongle is not included)
  • Ethernet port for connecting to a network or PC
  • Four digital I/O for triggers and alarms
  • Product Compliance: 
    • HTC: 8471.80.9000
    • ECCN: EAR99
  • WebDAQ 316
  • Power Supply, 9 VDC Output
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Field Changeable AC Input Plug (USA style)
  • Field Changeable AC Input Plug (EU style)
  • Field Changeable AC Input Plug (UK style)
  • Printed inserts: WebDAQ Series Quick Start, WebDAQ Firmware Update Procedure
  • MCC packaging assembly/foam, etc

Quickly find what you need to get started and reduce mean time to measure.

All product support including documentation, projects, and reference material can be accessed through MCC resources.

Digilent Forum
WebDAQ Firmware
DAQ and Datalogging on Reference

Quick Links

WebDAQ 316 User Manual
WebDAQ 316 Datasheet

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  • 5
    Very easy to use (web based server) and inexpensive TC reader.

    Posted by Cash on 25th Feb 2021

    This system is very much what I required. Very rugged, I dropped it once and it was used in an environment with metal dust and slag and operated at fluctuating Temp and RH. Very compact and can pretty much read all the TC types (I was using K-type). The front TC terminal block is painful to use with TCs, so I suggested getting extension wire and din rail tc terminal blocks. The software is very intuitive, you can set up jobs, email or text alarm notifications and it has I think 4 DIO pins to say drive alarm lights / buzzers, etc.