MCC WebDAQ 504: Internet Enabled Vibration-Acoustic 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 504 is a stand-alone, vibration and acoustic data logger designed for remote monitoring, analysis, 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 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 504 provides four simultaneous IEPE inputs for measuring sensors like accelerometers and microphones plus four isolated digital bits that can be used as trigger inputs or alarm outputs. Housed in a heavy-duty chassis, the WebDAQ 504 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.

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.

  • Four simultaneous IEPE inputs
  • 24-bit A/D converter
  • Up to 51 kS/s/ch sample rate
  • Real-time FFTs for continuous monitoring and analysis
  • Log data to internal storage or mapped network storage
  • Internal 3GB memory - optional SD card, and USB slots
  • 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 504
  • 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 504 User Manual
WebDAQ 504 Datasheet

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  • 5
    We've purchase this item in the past and like it's capabilities

    Posted by karen513 on 13th Jan 2020

    the WEBDAQ-504 Internet Enabled Vibration/Acoustic Logger is very useful in our line of business. We appreciate your quick response in getting this to us so quickly. We will certainly be being business again soon.

  • 4
    Easy to use, but limited ability to modify functionality

    Posted by John on 24th Sep 2019

    If you need a straightforward analog data logger this will work well for you. The device is simple to setup using the web interface without much technical knowledge and the build quality is very solid. However, it is not possible to modify your collection routines from what can be done with the simple interface. We had intend to sample from the digital inputs simultaneously with the analog ones, but the web interface only allows you to use the digital I/O pins as triggers and alarms. Having the option to expand functionality for more advanced users would be nice.

  • 5
    Excellent quality for the price

    Posted by Sal on 28th Feb 2019

    only drawbacks are no tacho channel, no hardware digital trigger, and temperature rating is too low, otherwise an excellent product

  • 4
    Great Capabilities for the Price

    Posted by GeorgeB on 17th Oct 2018

    From the hardware side, we are very pleased with the WebDAQ504. We are also generally pleased with the software but we have encountered a couple bugs when we acquire data over a number of hours. Tech support has been excellent and has given us confidence that these bugs will be addressed. This basic system is filling our needs to log and process data.

  • 3
    Great start but SW features need to mature

    Posted by RudyT on 14th Mar 2018

    I liked the product and its idea but the usablility is still limited to us so that it did not meet our expectations yet. Hence we cannot recommend it yet. But we will try the 1.1.19 FW. We suggested following features to mcc already: provide true RMS for acceleration, velocity etc, enable saving/reading data in ASCII format, scaling (x-axis) is too coarse and one cannot read data points, saving of images did not work at all although provided (better testing needed), and entering the fudge factors for different sensor types is prone to error since its computation is not straight forward (e.g. factor for velocity-sensor with 25mV/mm/s).

  • 4
    Good build quality, easy setup but poor functionality

    Posted by Inventor on 1st Jan 2018

    I am impressed by the rugged enclosure and easy setup of the web interface. From unboxing to measure a test signal was less than 15 min (including apple bonjour installation) . On the negative side, there are to few options especially for the signal display. I am hoping for more functions in the next firmware. (This thoughts came from 3h of play with the system)