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Omega OM-CP-OCTPRO Owner Manual
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
Portable Data Acquisition Logger
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Device Overview
The Omega OM-CP-OCTPRO is a portable, multi-use industrial data logger with eight channels
and a user-friendly touchscreen interface. This versatile logger measures and records
temperature, current, voltage and pulse simultaneously and displays data in real time. The
OM-CP-OCTPRO is compatible for use with many thermocouple, RTD or thermistor probes as
well as a number of voltage output sensors, current switches, transmitters and transducers.
Versatility makes OM-CP-OCTPRO the perfect companion for industrial engineers, quality
assurance professionals, compliance officers or automotive technicians. The OM-CP-OCTPRO
is very easy to use and configure via the built in capacitive touchscreen graphic display.
The OM-CP-OCTPRO is a powerful, independent tool. Unlike many other data loggers, the
OM-CP-OCTPRO delivers an all-in-one data collection and monitoring solution that does not
require a PC or any downloaded software for operation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
5 User Interface
14 Logging Data
17 Viewing Data
19 Managing Data
24 Device Settings
26 Specifications
28 Index
External Features
Power Button
Input Ports
Power Input
• Power Button: To power on and power off
the device, hold down the Power button for
3 seconds.
• Home Button: The Home button will return the
user to the home screen (details on page 6).
• Input Ports: The OM-CP-OCTPRO features 8
sensor channel inputs plus one alarm port and
a ground (details on pages 3-4).
• LCD Touchscreen: 5 inch LCD capacitive
touchscreen.
• USB Port: The OM-CP-OCTPRO has a built-in
USB port for downloading data to a flash drive.
Home Button
LCD Touchscreen
USB Port
• Power Input: Charging port.
Tabletop Kickstand
Mounting Keyholes
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Device Orientation
The OM-CP-OCTPRO display can rotate 180 degrees depending on the desired orientation of the device. This option is available from
the Settings menu under the Display section. Please note: Power restart required in order to apply screen rotation.
Desktop Orientation
For handheld and tabletop use, the inputs will be on the top.
Note port number as it relates to device orientation.
Port: 1 2
3
4
5 6
7 8
Wall Mount Orientation
For wall mount use the unit will be rotated so that the inputs will
be on the bottom.
9 10
Port: 1
Tabletop Orientation
The OM-CP-OCTPRO features a built in kickstand on the back of
the device for use on a flat surfaces.
2
3 4
5 6 7
8
9 10
Device Ports
The OM-CP-OCTPRO features 10 ports. Please refer to the
images above for the port number as it relates to device
orientation.
Channels and Functions
• Ports 1 thru 8 are sensor input channels
(Temperature, Current or Voltage)
• Port 9 serves as an alarm output
• Port 10 serves as a ground for the device
Frequency or Pulse Counter
Can only be used on port 1
3-Wire and 4-Wire PT100 RTD Sensors
Use ports 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, or 7-8
2-Wire PT100 RTD Sensors
Can be used on ports 1-8
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Sensor Types & Measurement Ranges
Each of the 8 input channels can be individually configured for the following types and sensor ranges.
PARAMETER
INPUT TYPE
RANGE
Current
Current input
-5 mA to 50 mA
Frequency (port 1 only)
Frequency input
0 to 25,000 Hz
Pulse / Counter (port 1 only)
Pulse input
0 to 4,000,000,000 Pulses
Voltage
Volt input
-0.5 V to 12.0 V
Voltage
Millivolt input
-100 mV to 2450 mV
Temperature
Thermistor NTC-1 (2252)
-25 °C to +150 °C
Temperature
Thermistor NTC-2 (10K)
-25 °C to +150 °C
Temperature
PT100 RTD 2-Wire
-200 °C to +850 °C
Temperature
PT100 RTD 3-Wire
-200 °C to +850 °C
Temperature
PT100 RTD 4-Wire
-200 °C to +850 °C
Temperature
Thermocouple J
-210 °C to +760 °C
Temperature
Thermocouple K
-270 °C to +1370 °C
Temperature
Thermocouple T
-270 °C to +400 °C
Temperature
Thermocouple E
-270 °C to +980 °C
Temperature
Thermocouple R
-50 °C to +1760 °C
Temperature
Thermocouple S
-50 °C to +1760 °C
Temperature
Thermocouple N
-270 °C to +1300 °C
Temperature
Thermocouple B
+50 °C to +1820 °C
Powering, Charging and Downloading Data
USB-C Charging Port
(Cable Included)
Power Button
(On/Off)
USB Port
(For offloading data files and
updating device software)
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
USER INTERFACE
Top Menu Bar
The top bar of the OM-CP-OCTPRO Interface features status icons and useful information to refer to while using the device.
Logging Session Indicator
Inactive
Delayed Start Configured
Internal Memory
Current
Time
External
Memory
90% - 97% Full
Battery Level
Alarm Set
97% - 100% Full
Charging Indicator
Actively Logging
Home Screen
The Home screen will display the following options when the Home button is selected.
• Channel Configuration: Configure parameters and options for each channel.
• Real-Time: Quickly view Real-Time data for all active channels.
• Start Logging: Start logging using current settings. (Stop logging if device is actively logging.)
• Current Session: View data from the current logging session as graph, tabular or real-time.
• Data Storage: View, Copy, Delete and Add notes to logged sessions.
• Settings: Access device preferences and options.
Home Button
Stop Logging
The Start Logging icon will
change to "Stop Logging"
when device is recording.
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
USER INTERFACE
First Time Use
Follow these steps when the device is powered up for the first time or if the battery has been removed or replaced.
1
2
POWER BUTTON
Press and hold the Power Button for
3 seconds to power up the device.
SCREEN READY
Wait for the device to initiate, you will see
the Omega logo when complete.
3
4
SELECT SCREEN ORIENTATION
For desktop use, inputs are facing upward.
For wall mounted use, inputs are facing downward.
SET UP INITIAL DATE AND TIME
Enter the local date and time to be used by the device
and click Next to continue to Home screen.
5
When the device presents the Home screen it is ready to use.
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
USER INTERFACE
Channel Configuration
When the Channel Configuration icon is selected, the device will display the screen shown below
• Channel 1-8: Configures the type of channel input,
units, engineering units (if applicable), alarms and user
calibration adjustments.
• Update: Applies the current channel configuration to make
the device ready to start logging or display real-time data.
• File: Loads previously saved channel configurations.
• Save: Saves the current channel configuration so it may
be loaded and used later.
• Disable All: Clears the configuration of all channels,
returning them to the default disabled status.
• Cancel: Cancels changes and then goes back to the
Home screen.
Select Channel Configuration
Channel Setup
When the user selects a Channel, the device will display the Channel Setup screen with several options.
• Disable (Channel is not being used)
• RTD (RTD probe)
• TC (Thermocouple probe)
• Voltage
• Current
• Thermistor (Thermistor probe)
• Pulse (Only available on channel 1)
Select Channel Configuration
Select Channel
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USER INTERFACE
Measurement Setup
When the user selects a Measurement Parameter, the device will display the relevant options for that selection. Example shown are the
Voltage options.
Select the Measurement button to display a pop-up
screen of relevant measurement types to choose from.
Select Channel Configuration
Select Channel
Select Measurement Parameter
Select Measurement Type
Measurement Units
When the user selects the Units button, the device will display a pop-up menu of the relevant options for that selection. Example
shown are the Voltage options.
Engineering Units: This will be an option to set up if
the user selects the Voltage, Current or Pulse sensor (see
details below and on page 9-10).
Select Channel
Select Measurement Parameter
Select Measurement Type
Select Measurement Units
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USER INTERFACE
Engineering Units
Engineering Units can be applied to any channel measuring Voltage, Frequency or Pulse to display readings in a user selected custom
unit of measure.
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•
•
•
•
•
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Gain: User selected gain value.
Offset: User selected offset value.
Units Label: User selected label to display.
Apply: Saves the settings.
File: Retrieves a previously saved Engineering Unit setting.
Save: Saves the Engineering Unit setting for future use.
Wizard: Allows the user to set up units by entering the
input and output values for low and high scale points. The
unit will automatically calculate the gain and offset the
from these values.
• Cancel: Returns the user to the Channel Configuration screen.
Select Measurement Parameter
Select Measurement Type
Select Measurement Units
Select Engineering Units
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
USER INTERFACE
Setting Up Engineering Units
Enter the unit of measurement and abbreviation.
Click the Wizard button to launch the Engineering Unit Wizard.
Enter the low and high scale point inputs and outputs and
click Apply.
The gain and offset are automatically set. Click Save to save
the engineering units to the channel and click Apply to
apply the changes to current logging session.
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
USER INTERFACE
Keyboard Function
When the user taps in any text field within the interface, the keyboard will appear. The numeric keypad appears when the Gain and
Offset fields are selected. The keyboard appears when Unit of Measurement and Abbreviation fields are selected.
To prevent the keyboard from obscuring content, the screen will always focus on the selected field and bring it into view. Once the text
field is complete, the user can tap anywhere on the screen and the keyboard will disappear from view.
Alarms
Users can create one alarm configuration per channel with up to two alarm values per channel (above and below threshold).
• Above: Indicates the high reading threshold at which the
alarm becomes active.
• Below: Indicates the low reading threshold at which the
alarm becomes active.
• Enabled/Disabled: Tap the button to either enable or
disable the text field to enter desired alarm value.
• Disable All: Clears the alarm settings.
• Apply: Applies the setting to the current channel.
• Cancel: Cancels changes and then returns the user to the
Channel Configuration screen.
Select Channel Configuration
Select Channel
Select Add Alarm
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
USER INTERFACE
Factory Calibration
The OM-CP-OCTPRO comes with a complete Factory Calibration and provides users the ability to adjust the calibration settings per
channel, and roll back to the factory settings at any time. Note: For best performance and accuracy, Factory Calibration should be
performed at least once every 12 months.
Factory Calibration: Indicates the device is currently in
the factory calibrated state.
User Calibration: Indicates the calibration settings have
been modified by the user.
Channel Configuration Overview
An example of a completed channel configuration screen is shown below.
• View Wiring Diagram: Shows how to properly wire
the device.
• Green Channel: Enabled channel.
• Orange Channel: Disabled channel.
• Linked Channels / Gray Channels: 3 or 4 wire RTD sensor
types can be selected for Channels 1, 3, 5 and 7. This
sensor type will also occupy the next sequential channel
and will be visually represented with a Link icon as seen
between Channels 3 and 4 on the screen to the left.
Apply Channel Configuration
Once channels are configured
as desired, the user must then
select Update to use those
settings.
A pop-up as shown to the
right will confirm that settings
have been applied.
• Update: Once the user has configured the channel settings,
this button will apply the current settings to all channels.
• File: Loads previously saved configurations.
• Save: Saves the current Channel Configuration so it may
be loaded and used in the future.
• Disable All: Clears the programmed channels to disable all.
• Cancel: Cancels user changes and then goes back to the
Home screen.
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
USER INTERFACE
Save Configuration Settings
Completed channel configurations can be saved for repeated
use. The user can select Save from the channel configuration
screen to select a name for the saved settings file and apply them.
Select Channel Configuration
Select Save
Load Configuration Settings
Saved channel configurations can be easily loaded for repeated
use. The user can select File from the channel configuration screen
to choose from the list of previously saved settings files. Note:
Loading a saved settings file will replace the existing configuration.
Select Channel Configuration
Select File
Wiring Diagram
From the channel configuration screen, the user can select the Wiring Diagram button to display the proper wiring of the unit based on
the currently applied configuration. Please note the position of channel 1 in regards to screen orientation.
Select Channel Configuration
Select View Wiring Diagram
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
LOGGING DATA
Start Logging
When Start Logging is selected from the Home screen, the Logging Configuration screen will appear and the user will be prompted to
name the data logging session. If the user has not already configured the channels, they will be prompted to configure prior to starting
a logging session. The user will be able to configure start time, stop time, and reading rate in addition to naming the logging session.
• Session Name: Enter the desired name for the logging
session. If no name is given, a unique default name will
be assigned (i.e. Session 1).
• Delayed Start: Select a Delayed Start time or tap the
Start Logging Data button to start immediately.
• Automatic Stop: The user has the option of selecting
an Automatic Stop time. If no time is selected, the user
will use the Stop Logging button on the Home screen to
manually stop the device.
• Reading Rate: The reading rate will default to 1 minute
or use the setting of the last session configuration.
Maximum number of readings per session is 1,000,000.
• Start Logging Data: Begins logging data immediately.
• Cancel: Cancels user changes and returns back to the
Home screen.
Select Start Logging
Keyboard will appear when user
taps in the session text field.
Delayed Start
Selecting Delayed Start will bring up the following configuration screen.
• Day: Using the up and down arrows, the user is able to
adjust the day.
• Hour: Using the up and down arrows, the user is able to
adjust the hour.
• Minute: Using the up and down arrows, the user is able
to adjust the minute.
• am/pm: Using the up and down arrows, the user is able
to select am or pm (12-hour clock only).
• Apply: Applies the start or stop time settings and returns
the user back to the Logging Configuration screen.
• Cancel: Returns the user to the Logging Configuration
screen.
Select Start Logging
Select Delayed Start
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
LOGGING DATA
Automatic Stop
Selecting Automatic Stop will bring up the following configuration screen.
• Day: Use the up and down arrows to adjust the day.
• Hour: Use the up and down arrows to adjust the hour.
• Minute: Use the up and down arrows to adjust the
minute.
• am/pm: Use the up and down arrows to select am or
pm (12 -hour clock only).
• Apply: Applies the start or stop time settings and returns
the user back to the Logging Configuration screen.
• Cancel: Cancels the start or stop time settings and
returns the user to the Logging Configuration screen.
Select Start Logging
Select Automatic Stop
Reading Rate
When the user selects Reading Rate, the following configuration screen will appear. Once the desired reading rate is selected, the user
must select Apply to use that option, or Cancel to return to the previous screen. See page 27 for available reading rates.
Select Start Logging
Select Reading Rate
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
LOGGING DATA
Review Session Details and Start Logging
Once the user selects a Session Name, Start Time, Stop Time and
Reading Rate, the screen will look similar as it does below. Once
the settings are complete, the user will select Start Logging to
begin Logging Mode. After selecting Start Logging, the user will be
brought to the Home screen.
Device Memory Warning
After selecting Start Logging, if the internal memory of the device
is 100% full, the user will be notified with a pop-up warning
message and two options to choose from. This warning will
also appear if the internal memory of the device reaches 100%
capacity while actively logging.
• View Stored Sessions: Takes the user to the Data Storage
screen to delete or remove stored data from the device.
• Dismiss: Returns the user back to the Home screen and
logging will not start.
Stop Logging
To manually stop a logging session, the user will select the Stop Logging button from the Home screen. Note: Access the Home screen
at any time by pressing the Home button.
Stop Logging
Confirmation
When the user selects
Stop Logging, a popup screen will emerge
prompting the user to
confirm the action.
• Stop Logging: Ends the current logging session.
• Cancel: Continues logging and returns the user to the
Home screen.
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
VIEWING DATA
Real-Time Data
When Real-Time is selected from the Home screen, the device will display data from all enabled channels and update at the user
selected reading rates. The Real-time view is also available from the Current Session menu when the device is actively logging.
• Current Reading: Displayed in the center of the gauge.
• Minimum: Displayed on the bottom left of each gauge.
• Maximum: Displayed on the bottom right of each gauge.
• Zero: (Pulse Only) Resets the displayed reading to zero.
• Scale: Scales the readings on the screen. Maximum
value will be reset to the current value.
Configuration Warning
Real-Time data is only
available if the device
channels are configured.
Select Real-Time
Current Session — Graph View
Select the Current Session button from the Home screen to view the recorded data in various formats, swipe the screen to the left or
right to navigate.
Graph View
• Use the drop down menus at the top to select which
channels to view.
• Touch any point on the graph line to display more
detailed information.
• Triggered alarm events will be visible within the graph.
Swipe Options
• Swipe left at the top of the screen to go to the tabular
data view.
• Swipe within the graph to scroll through the graph timeline.
Select Current Session
Swipe to Navigate
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
VIEWING DATA
Current Session — Tabular View
Select the Current Session button from the Home screen to view the recorded data in various formats, swipe the screen to the left or
right to navigate.
• Displays the Minimum, Maximum and Average values
for the current session.
• Readings that exceeded user selected thresholds/
alarms are displayed as red.
• Scroll vertically to see data timeline in tabular format.
• View four channels at a time.
• Swipe left at the top of the screen to see additional
active channels.
Select Current Session
Swipe Left to View Tabular Data
Swipe Vertically to Scroll Timeline
Swipe Left for Additional Active Channels
Additional Views
Swipe left and right to rotate through the various screens.
Graph View > Tabular Views > Real-Time View > Current Session Overview
Note: Use the swipe navigation of data views for both current and stored sessions.
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
MANAGING DATA
Data Storage
Selecting the Data Storage icon will bring up the screen pictured below. Stored sessions are displayed in a scrollable list, swipe
vertically to browse the list. Session Information includes the name of the session, the start time and date of the session, and the
number of readings. The options available on this screen include the following:
• INT: Available percentage of internal memory remaining
on the device.
• EXT: Available percentage of memory remaining on the
external USB drive.
• Number of Sessions: The total number of stored
sessions on the device.
• Session Information: Tap on any row to view session
specific options.
• Delete All: Erases all stored sessions from the internal
memory.
• Eject USB: Select this button prior to removing the
external USB drive.
Select Data Storage
Swipe Vertically Through Sessions
Storage Space
Every channel configured is considered a separate reading, so the number of readings divided by the number of channels gives you the
readings per channel. Maximum number of readings per session is 1,000,000 or 5,000,000 user selectable in Device Settings.
Thermocouple Channels:
Millivolt, Volt, RTD, Thermistor
(NTC), Milliamp channels:
Frequency/Counter
(Single Channel):
• 1 Hz or slower — 62,000,000 to
150,000,000 readings (depends on
number of configured channels)
in 1,000,000 or 5,000,000 reading
increments.
• 1 Hz or slower — 93,000,000 to
164,000,000 readings (depends on
number of configured channels)
in 1,000,000 or 5,000,000 reading
increments.
• 1 Hz or slower — 93,000,000 readings
in 1,000,000 or 5,000,000 reading
increments.
• 4 Hz or faster — 80,000,000 to
150,000,000 readings (depends on
number of configured channels)
in 1,000,000 or 5,000,000 reading
increments.
• 4 Hz or faster — 150,000,000 to
173,000,000 readings (depends on
number of configured channels)
in 1,000,000 or 5,000,000 reading
increments.
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MANAGING DATA
Saved Session Options
From the Data Storage screen, tap on any row in the list to select a specific session to view options. The Session Options screen
features four actions the user can take on any stored session.
• Copy: Copies the stored session to an external USB
drive. If no USB drive is plugged into the device, the
Copy button will not display.
• View Data: Views the data of this session in tabular or
graph view.
• View/Edit Note: Add notes or comments to the session.
• Delete: Removes the stored session from the device.
Select Data Storage
Select a Session
Copy Stored Sessions
Sessions can be copied from the internal device memory to an external USB drive. When the Copy option is selected, the Copy Stored
Session pop-up will appear to confirm the user’s request. Note: Data saved to external memory will be in .csv file format.
Note: Data can be saved to external memory as .csv and/or .mtb
file format (user selectable in System/File Format). Saving as .mtb
file format will allow data to be imported into Omega 4 Data Logger
Software (version 4.2.13.0 or greater).
• Copy Data: The session is copied to the external
USB drive.
• Cancel: Cancels the copy and takes the user back to the
Options screen.
Select Data Storage
Select a Session
Select Copy
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
MANAGING DATA
View Data Sessions
When the View Data option is selected, the user is presented with the Tabular Data view of that session. From this screen the user can
swipe left and right to navigate other views of the recorded data from that session (see swipe navigation options on page 17).
Select Data Storage
Select a Session
Select View Data
View/Edit Note
When the View/Edit Note option is selected, the user is presented with a text entry screen. Text entered here is stored as a note
associated with a particular session. This can be accessed and edited by users as desired.
Note Flag
When a note has been added to
a logging session, a notes icon
appears in the list of sessions.
Delete a Note
To delete a note, edit to remove
all text and click Save.
Select Data Storage
Select a Session
Select View/Edit Note
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MANAGING DATA
Delete Stored Session
When the Delete session option is selected, the user is presented with a pop-up screen confirming the request.
Deleting Stored Data Confirmation
When Delete Data is selected a pop-up screen will display a progress
bar and confirm when action is complete. After data is successfully
removed the user will be returned to the Data Storage screen.
Warning: Deleting a session is a permanent action.
Select Data Storage
Select a Session
Select Delete
Delete All
If a user selects the Delete All option, they will be presented with a confirmation screen. Selecting Cancel will return the user to the
Data Storage screen and the stored data will not be deleted.
Select Data Storage
Select Delete All
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MANAGING DATA
No Stored Sessions
Before first use or after all data has been deleted, the Data Storage screen on the device will resemble the screen shown below.
Select Data Storage
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DEVICE SETTINGS
Device Settings
When the System button is selected from the Home screen, the user is presented with options, preferences and information as
shown below. The System panel displays an overview of information specific to the device including:
• Hardware Version
• Software Version
• Serial Number
• Internal Memory Used
and Available
• Number of Stored
Sessions
• Factory Calibration
Date
Select System
File Format
Data from the Titan S8 can be saved to external memory in one of
two formats.
• USB Flash File Format: .csv spreadsheet, .mtb file (for
import into Omega 4 Data Logger Software version
4.2.13.0 or greater) or both.
• Data Logging File Readings Limit: Choose between
1 million or 5 million file readings limit.
Date & Time
The Date & Time screen will display the current date and time as
well as provide the user with 12-Hour or 24-Hour clock options.
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DEVICE SETTINGS
Display
The Display screen allows the user to adjust options for the touchscreen display including:
• Display Brightness: User adjustable screen brightness
level.
• Graph background: Select white or black.
• Display Backlight: User selectable timeout period.
• Display Orientation: Changing the display orientation
requires a reboot of the device.
Alarms
The Alarms screen provides the user with two Contact Closure
options for when an alarm is triggered.
• Always/Temporary Mute
• Contact Closure: Normally Open / Closed
• Contact Signal: Pulse / Latch
• Status: Shows if there are any alarms triggered.
Help
Provides Omega contact information to the user.
Power
Provides sleep mode, power off via screen and factory reset.
Warning: Factory reset will restore the unit to Factory Settings.
This will delete all saved sessions and configurations.
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SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL
Dimensions
FREQUENCY / PULSE
6.65 in x 4.40 in x 1.41 in
(168.9 mm x 111.8 mm x 35.8 mm)
Data logger only
Touch Screen
Dimensions
5 inches
Number of
Channels
8
Weight
1.3 lbs (20.8 oz)
IP Rating
Maximum Count
4,000,000,000
Maximum Frequency
25 KHz
Input Signal
0 V to 12 V
Input Impedance
58 KΩ
TEMPERATURE PT-100 (2-WIRE RTD) (0.00385 CURVE)
Range
-200°C to +850 °C (Probe Dependent)
(18.5 Ω to 390.5 Ω)
IP20
Resolution
0.01 °C
Start Modes
Immediate Start & Delay Start
Accuracy
Memory
1,000,000 or 5,000,000 readings
±0.1 °C (-200 °C to +400 °C) (Probe Dependent)
±0.034 Ω (18.5 Ω to 247.1 Ω)
Battery Type
Rechargeable 3.7 V Lithium Ion Battery Pack
Battery Life
• Continuous on-screen sampling: 7–9 hours
depending on display setting and reading rate
• Stand-by mode: 100 hours
Range
-200 °C to +850 °C (Probe Dependent)
(18.5 Ω to 390.5 Ω)
Resolution
0.01 °C
Data Format
Exported .csv file format, .mtb or both
Accuracy
Time Accuracy
±1 minute/month
±0.1 °C (-200 °C to +400 °C) (Probe Dependent)
±0.034 Ω (18.5 Ω to 247.1 Ω)
Operating
Environment
0 °C to +50 °C (32 °F to +122 °F)
0 %RH to 95 %RH non-condensing
Enclosure
Material
Polycarbonate, TPE Protective Boot
Calibration
Factory calibration is recommended annually
0 - 24 mA
Range
-5 mA to 50 mA
Resolution
0.0001 mA
Accuracy
Input Impedance
TEMPERATURE PT-100 (3-WIRE RTD) (0.00385 CURVE)
TEMPERATURE PT-100 (4-WIRE RTD) (0.00385 CURVE)
Range
-200 °C to +850 °C (Probe Dependent)
(18.5 Ω to 390.5 Ω)
Resolution
0.01 °C
Accuracy
±0.1 °C (-200 °C to +400 °C) (Probe Dependent)
±0.034 Ω (18.5 Ω to 247.1 Ω)
TEMPERATURE NTC-1 (2252)
Range
-25 °C to +150 °C (Probe Dependent)
(29,380 Ω to 41.9 Ω)
±0.024 mA (0 to 24 mA)
Resolution
0.01 °C
30 Ω
Accuracy
±0.50% FSR (Probe Dependent)
0 - 100 mV
TEMPERATURE NTC-2 (10K)
Range
-100 mV to 2450 mV
Resolution
0.0001 mV
Accuracy
Range
-25 °C to +150 °C (Probe Dependent)
(102,900 Ω to 238 Ω)
±0.1 mV (0 to 100 mV)
Resolution
0.01 °C
Input Impedance
1 GΩ
Accuracy
±0.50% FSR (Probe Dependent)
Maximum Voltage
3.0 V
0 - 10 V
Range
-0.5 V to 12.0 V
Resolution
0.0001 V
Accuracy
± 0.01 V (-0.5 V to 12.0 V)
Input Impedance
1 GΩ
Maximum Voltage
25 V
Specifications subject to change. See Omega’s terms and conditions at
www.omega.com.
RTD Note (All RTD Configurations)
Temperature Specifications based on ideal 100 Ω PT RTD Complaint
with IEC 751(1983) and ITS-90. Accuracy based on 4-wire configuration.
BATTERY WARNING: Battery may explode or fire if mistreated. Do not
disassemble or dispose of in fire. Do not charge except specified with
charging condition. Do not heat above 212 °F, or short circuit. Do not
crush or modify.
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
SPECIFICATIONS
Measurement Accuracy
THERMOCOUPLE
TYPE
RANGE
RESOLUTION
ACCURACY
J
-200 °C to +760 °C
0.1 °C
±0.5 °C
K
-270 °C to +1370 °C
0.1 °C
±0.5 °C
T
-270 °C to +400 °C
0.1 °C
±0.5 °C
E
-270 °C to +980 °C
0.1 °C
±0.5 °C
R
-50 °C to +1760 °C
0.5 °C
±2.0 °C
S
-50 °C to +1760 °C
0.5 °C
±2.0 °C
N
-270 °C to +1300 °C
0.1 °C
±0.5 °C
B
50 °C to 1820 °C
0.5 °C
±2.0 °C
• At room temperature (25 °C ±10 °C) after 60 minute
warm-up period.
• Temperature calibrated accuracy is thermocouple
dependent.
• Accuracy does not include Cold Junction
Compensation (CJC). CJC error: ±1.5 °C
Reading Rate Information
All channels will use the same reading rate.
Reading rates will be capped at 4 Hz when a temperature channel is selected.
• 4 KHz (Supports single channel of voltage or current measurement only)
• 2 KHz (Supports single channel of voltage or current measurement only)
• 1 KHz (Supports single channel of voltage or current measurement only)
• 500 Hz (Supports single channel of voltage or current measurement only)
• 250 Hz (Supports single channel of voltage or current measurement only)
• 100 Hz (Supports single channel of voltage or current measurement only)
• 50 Hz (Supports single channel of voltage or current measurement only)
• 25 Hz (Supports single channel of voltage or current measurement only)
• 10 Hz (Supports multiple channels of voltage or current measurement only)
• 4 Hz
• 1 Second
• 2 Seconds
• 5 Seconds
• 10 Seconds
• 15 Seconds
• 30 Seconds
• 1 Minute
• 2 Minutes
• 5 Minutes
• 10 Minutes
• 15 Minutes
• 30 Minutes
• 1 Hour
• 2 Hours
• 5 Hours
• 10 Hours
• 12 Hours
• 24 Hours
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OM-CP-OCTPRO
INDEX
Product Overview................................................................ 2
Viewing Data......................................................................17
Device Overview ................................................................................... 2
Real-Time Data .................................................................................... 17
External Features .................................................................................. 2
Current Session — Graph View ........................................................ 17
Device Orientation ............................................................................... 3
Current Session — Tabular View ...................................................... 18
Device Ports ........................................................................................... 3
Sensor Types & Measurement Ranges ............................................. 4
Powering, Charging & Downloading Data ....................................... 4
Managing Data...................................................................19
Data Storage......................................................................................... 19
Storage Space.......................................................................................19
User Interface ..................................................................... 5
Saved Session Options....................................................................... 20
Top Menu Bar ........................................................................................ 5
Copy Stored Sessions......................................................................... 20
Home Screen ......................................................................................... 5
View Data Sessions............................................................................. 21
First Time Use.......................................................................................... 6
View / Edit Note................................................................................... 21
Select Screen Orientation ................................................................... 6
Delete Storage Sessions..................................................................... 22
Set Up Date & Time .............................................................................. 6
Delete All............................................................................................... 22
Channel Configuration ........................................................................ 7
No Stored Sessions............................................................................. 23
Channel Setup ...................................................................................... 7
Measurement Setup ............................................................................. 8
Measurement Units .............................................................................. 8
Engineering Units .................................................................................. 9
Setting Up Engineering Units.............................................................10
Keyboard Function ............................................................................. 11
Alarms ....................................................................................................11
Factory Calibration ............................................................................. 12
Channel Configuration Overview .................................................... 12
Save Configuration Settings ............................................................. 13
Load Configuration Settings ............................................................. 13
Wiring Diagram ................................................................................... 13
Device Settings.................................................................. 24
System....................................................................................................24
File Format.............................................................................................24
Date & Time.......................................................................................... 24
Display................................................................................................... 25
Alarms.................................................................................................... 25
Help........................................................................................................ 25
Power..................................................................................................... 25
Technical Specifications.................................................................... 26
Battery Life............................................................................................ 26
Reading Rate Information.................................................................. 27
Logging Data..................................................................... 14
Start Logging ....................................................................................... 14
Delayed Start ....................................................................................... 14
Automatic Stop ................................................................................... 15
Reading Rate ....................................................................................... 15
Review Session Details and Start Logging ..................................... 16
Device Memory Warning ................................................................... 16
Stop Logging.........................................................................................16
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WARRANTY/DISCLAIMER
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC. warrants this unit to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a
period of 13 months from date of purchase. OMEGA’s WARRANTY adds an additional one (1) month
grace period to the normal one (1) year product warranty to cover handling and shipping time. This
ensures that OMEGA’s customers receive maximum coverage on each product.
If the unit malfunctions, it must be returned to the factory for evaluation. OMEGA’s Customer Service
Department will issue an Authorized Return (AR) number immediately upon phone or written request.
Upon examination by OMEGA, if the unit is found to be defective, it will be repaired or replaced at no
charge. OMEGA’s WARRANTY does not apply to defects resulting from any action of the purchaser, including but not limited to mishandling, improper interfacing, operation outside of design limits,
improper repair, or unauthorized modification. This WARRANTY is VOID if the unit shows evidence of
having been tampered with or shows evidence of having been damaged as a result of excessive corrosion;
or current, heat, moisture or vibration; improper specification; misapplication; misuse or other operating
conditions outside of OMEGA’s control. Components in which wear is not warranted, include but are not
limited to contact points, fuses, and triacs.
OMEGA is pleased to offer suggestions on the use of its various products. However,
OMEGA neither assumes responsibility for any omissions or errors nor assumes liability for
any damages that result from the use of its products in accordance with information provided
by OMEGA, either verbal or written. OMEGA warrants only that the parts manufactured by the
company will be as specified and free of defects. OMEGA MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR
REPRESENTATIONS OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT THAT OF
TITLE, AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED. LIMITATION OF
LIABILITY: The remedies of purchaser set forth herein are exclusive, and the total liability of
OMEGA with respect to this order, whether based on contract, warranty, negligence,
indemnification, strict liability or otherwise, shall not exceed the purchase price of the
component upon which liability is based. In no event shall OMEGA be liable for
consequential, incidental or special damages.
CONDITIONS: Equipment sold by OMEGA is not intended to be used, nor shall it be used: (1) as a “Basic
Component” under 10 CFR 21 (NRC), used in or with any nuclear installation or activity; or (2) in medical
applications or used on humans. Should any Product(s) be used in or with any nuclear installation or
activity, medical application, used on humans, or misused in any way, OMEGA assumes no responsibility
as set forth in our basic WARRANTY/DISCLAIMER language, and, additionally, purchaser will indemnify
OMEGA and hold OMEGA harmless from any liability or damage whatsoever arising out of the use of the
Product(s) in such a manner.
RETURN REQUESTS/INQUIRIES
Direct all warranty and repair requests/inquiries to the OMEGA Customer Service Department.
BEFORE RETURNING ANY PRODUCT(S) TO OMEGA, PURCHASER MUST OBTAIN AN AUTHORIZED
RETURN (AR) NUMBER FROM OMEGA’S CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT (IN ORDER TO AVOID
PROCESSING DELAYS). The assigned AR number should then be marked on the outside of the return
package and on any correspondence.
The purchaser is responsible for shipping charges, freight, insurance and proper packaging to prevent
breakage in transit.
FOR NON-WARRANTY REPAIRS, consult
FOR WARRANTY RETURNS, please have the
OMEGA for current repair charges. Have
following information available BEFORE contacting
the following information available BEFORE
OMEGA:
contacting OMEGA:
1.Purchase Order number under which the product
1. Purchase Order number to cover the COST
was PURCHASED,
of the repair,
2.Model and serial number of the product under
2. Model and serial number of the product, and
warranty, and
3. Repair instructions and/or specific problems
3. Repair instructions and/or specific problems
relative to the product.
relative to the product.
OMEGA’s policy is to make running changes, not model changes, whenever an improvement is possible. This affords
our customers the latest in technology and engineering.
OMEGA is a trademark of OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
© Copyright 2018 OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC. All rights reserved. This document may not be copied, photocopied,
reproduced, translated, or reduced to any electronic medium or machine-readable form, in whole or in part, without the
prior written consent of OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
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