New Delphin LoggitoLab Compact Data Acquisition System

CLEVELAND - Oct. 14, 2021 - PRLog -- Delphin Extends Popular Loggito Family for Laboratory Applications

CAS is pleased to announce that Delphin Technology has added a new version of the popular Loggito data logger/data acquisition systems targeted at laboratory and portable applications. The new LoggitoLab offers plug-and-play connectors for thermocouples and/or banana plugs to simplify the sensor connections. The LoggitoLab is ideal for research and development, educational, or industrial application where sensors must be repeatedly connected and disconnected. It provides the same distributed data acquisition capabilities as the other members of the Loggito series with up to 8 analog inputs, digital I/O, Ethernet, USB, and WiFi communications interfaces, and support for standard protocols including Modbus TCP and OPC UA.

The LoggitoLab is available with 3 different input configurations:
  • 8 miniature universal thermocouple jacks
  • 18 banana jacks suitable for voltage or RTD inputs
  • 8 banana jacks and 4 universal thermocouple jacks

It can be purchased in two versions:
  1. As a standalone device, the LoggitoLab logger, with built-in data storage, Ethernet, USB, and an optional Wi-Fi interface
  2. As the LoggitoLab USB for direct connection to a PC or to expand the number of inputs of the LoggitoLab Logger.

The Delphin LoggitoLab works with ProfiSignal 20, a simple, intuitive software tool for configuration, visualization, and analysis of measured data. ProfiSignal 20 can be used to display data on the desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

For more information on the new Delphin LoggitoLab, or to find the ideal solution for your application-specific needs, contact a CAS Data Logger Applications Specialist at (800) 956-4437 or request more information (

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