The Graphic Display unit (GDU) is used to run experiments without a PC. The GDUdisplays the sensor’s measurements in digital and graphical forms. It can also be used to program the sensor’s experiment setup as well as viewing the input from up to five sensors at a time.
This unit has a user-friendly design with a color graphic display and touch screen.
The Graphic Display unit is used when a PC is not available for each group. It can work with up to
5 sensors in parallel.
Some of the module’s features are:
Automatic recognition of sensors.
Uses preset experiment parameters for easy initiation
- Communicates with all the sensors or one at a time.
- Controls each sensor’s range and measurement units.
- Internal charging circuit is incorporated.
Mode to view sensor values in real time – up to five at a time.
Automatic Power-Off for longer battery life.
Sensors are connected to the GDU via its USB (A) socket. Remote connection is also possible by lugging an RF Communication module into it and another into the sensor or sensor chain. This enables both setting up and analyzing the collected data.
The GDU can be connected to a chain of sensors ending with the battery module connected to the last sensor of the chain.
When the GDU receives power, it starts scanning and identifies the connected sensors. The located sensors are displayed on the left side of the screen.
As with all Edu-Logger Sensors this must be used with the Edulogger USB module or the Wi-Fi module
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