The DL76 is a battery-powered data logger (estimated battery life is 3-5 years, depending on usage) that can be used with any Seametrics flow meter. Pulses are stored in a choice of 6 sampling intervals from 15 seconds to 1450 seconds that give a capacity ranging from 11 days to 3 years. Indicator lights on the unit flash to indicate when it is functioning and when the battery is low.

 

The DL76 is available either as a wall-mount unit here, or pre-mounted on an insertion meter.

Housings are rugged cast aluminum, gasketed for environmental protection.

When a DL76 logger is placed into operation, it is easily set up using a laptop computer. Data is also retrieved from the DL76 by means of a laptop and can be analyzed on the laptop or easily loaded on a desktop computer for analysis.

The DL76 is available with a Tamper-Evident Kit (“-32” option). A wire with a seal runs through the screws, so that the unit can’t be opened without breaking the seal.

FlowInspector version 2 software (order separately here as part #102513) is required for the downloading, storing, viewing, graphing, charting and printing of data in several formats. FlowInspector requires a PC with Windows 98, NT, 2000, XP, Vista or Windows 7; CD-Rom drive; 800 x 600 screen resolution; serial port or USB/serial adapter; and a Seametrics DC3 data cable. FlowInspector can be used with an unlimited number of data loggers.

 

Specifications
  • Mount: Wall mount
  • Power: Battery powered
  • Input: Maximum input frequency 500 Hz
  • Includes: Battery
  • Not Included: Software ordered separately
  • Weight: 3 lbs

 

Features:
  • Easy to set-up, easy to use
  • Weeks/months/years of data storage
  • User-selected sampling interval
  • Data retrieval with laptop computer
  • Single data retrieval device serves multiple data loggers

 

Applications:
  • Water usage monitoring, reporting, and management
  • Custody transfer regulation
  • Peak demand monitoring

 

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