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Omega OM-HL-EH-TC Owner Manual
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OM-HL-EH-TC Series
Multi-channel Handheld Thermocouple
Temperature Data Logger
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OM-HL-SH Series
Table of
Contents
Table of Contents
Section ...................................................................................... Page
Section 1 Introduction ........................................................................................ 1
1.1 Introduction ................................................................................. 1
1.2 Features ........................................................................................ 1
1.3 Applications ................................................................................. 1
1.4 Series Data Logger Model .......................................................... 1
1.5 Temperature Data Logger Appearance ................................... 2
1.6 Temperature Data Logger Screen ............................................. 2
1.7 Button function instructions ....................................................... 3
Section 2 Installation and Instruction ........................................................... 4
2.1 Software Installation ................................................................... 4
2.1.1 The Requirement of the Computer Hardware ............... 4
2.1.2 Install Driver & Software................................................... 4
2.2 How to Read and Configure the Logger ................................. 5
2.2.1 Read and Configure the Logger's Settings ..................... 5
2.2.2 Setting Parameters Description ........................................ 6
2.3 Turn On/Off Logger & Start/Stop Logging ............................ 7
2.4 Download the Logging Data ...................................................... 9
2.5 View Data Sheet ........................................................................... 10
2.6 Exporting Logs from LogPro ..................................................... 10
2.7 Delete Records in the Logger ..................................................... 11
2.8 Check the Save File in File List .................................................. 11
Section 3 Attention ............................................................................................. 12
Section 4 FAQ ...................................................................................................... 12
4.1 LCD Screen Dim .......................................................................... 12
4.2 Data & Time Error ........................................................................ 12
4.3 Software "Runtime Error" .......................................................... 12
4.4 Check COM Port Number ......................................................... 12
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Introdu ct ion
Section 1 - Introduction
OM-HL-EH-TC thermocouple temperature data logger is a kind of high precision instrument, developed and manufactured by OMEGA company, which
have pass all strict calibrations and professional testing via high precision
instrument. Support 8 types thermocouples(K、J、E、T、R、S、N、B), including
thermocouple temperature compensation function and can measure temperature
from -200 to 1800 °C.
Section 1.2 - Features
• LCD screen which can display data from 8 channels simultaneously.
• Switchable °C/°F temperature units.
• Low battery indication.
• MAX, MIN and HOLD mode for all channels.
• Concise appearance, high precision, and reliable performance.
• Desktop and wall-mounted.
• Accompanied by powerful software with a concise interface.
• Match professional analysis software.
• Battery can work for 3 months.
( collect one data each minute, record one data 5 minutes)
Section 1.3 - Application
• Monitor temperature in factories, laboratories, storage house, refrigerators.
• Non-contact infrared surface temperature measurements in hard to reach
areas such as heating and air conditioning ducts.
NOTE:
There are no user serviceable parts inside your unit. Attempting to repair or service your
unit may void your warranty.
Section 1.4 - Data Logger Model
1
Model
Temperature
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
Work
Environment
Capacity of
Records
OM-HL-EH-TC
-200~1800℃
-328~3272℉
0.1℃
0.1℉
0.8±2‰℃
0~80%RH
0~50℃
86,000
Introduction
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Section 1.5 - Temperature Data Logger Appearance
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2.
3.
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5.
6.
7.
LCD Screen
Power On/Off
LOG:Recording function button
HOLD:Lock the Value.
Screen Backlight
°C/°F Switch
TYPE:Switch for type of Sensor
(K、J、E、T、R、S、N、B).
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
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MAX: Displaying maximum recorded
value for all channels
MIN: Displaying minimum recorded
value for all channels
USB & 9V DC power interface
Wall-mount hole
Battery Cover
Back Stand
Thermocouple Sensor Interface
Section 1.6 - Temperature Data Logger Screen
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2.
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MAX MIN T3
HOLD
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T4
T7
T8
Thermocouple Sensor Type: K、J、
E、T、R、S、N、B
MAX: Logger running in maximum
value mode.
MIN: Logger running in minimum
value mode.
HOLD: Display is held.
℃
℉
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
USB wire is connected between logger
and computer
Battery level
DC Adapter (9V) connected
LOG: logger is recording
Temperature Unit: °C or °F
Temperature display area
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1
Introduction
Section 1.7 - Button function instructions
:Power ON/OFF
(1)When logger power is off, push this button will turn on the logger.
(2)When logger power is on, push this button will turn off the logger.
:Recording Function
(1)When logger power is on, press this button, the LCD screen will show “LOG”
a sign which indicates that the logger is recording data.
(2)Press the button for 3 seconds will put the logger in standby mode.
(3)The screen will display “FULL” symbol when storage space is full.
:Switchover Button of °C and °F
:Backlight Button
Press this button to open the backlight, and press again to close the light.
:Maximum Lock Button
Press this button once LCD shows “MAX” sign, which indicates that the logger is
recording maximum value for all channels; Press again to exit this mode.
:Minimum Lock Button
Press this button once LCD shows “MIN” sign, which indicates that the logger is
recording minimum value for all channels; Press again to exit this mode.
:Thermocouple Sensor Type Switch Button
Support 8 types of thermocouple sensors: J、K、E、T、R、S、N、B and press to
switch between different types of sensors.
:Measured Values Keeping Button
Press this button once, and the LCD screen will display “HOLD” sigh which
indicates that the logger will keep the just measured value until the button is
pressed again.
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Installation and Instruction
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Section 2 - Installation and Instruction
This section will explain how to use the software to upload, read, configure and
synchronize the settings, how to turn on/off the logger & enter/exit the logging
mode, and how to delete and download the logging data.
Section 2.1 - Software Installation
2.1.1 - The Requirement of the Computer Hardware
1.
OS: Windows XP/Vista/8/10 (32/64-bit).
2.
CPU: 1.6GHz.
3.
Physical Memory: 512MB.
4.
Hard-drive Space: 4 GB.
5.
USB Port: 1.
2.1.2 - Install Driver & Software
Note: "If need to install Driver separately, please install 64-bit driver for Windows
64-bit computer & 32-bit driver for Windows 32-bit computer".
1.
Install LogPro Software and Driver together(Default Path: C:\OM-HL Logger).
2.
Installation Steps: When entering the software, click the ‘Install LogPro and Driver’
(as below Pic ), and then click the ‘Next ’(5 times), click the ‘Install,’ click the ‘Finish.’
When entering the LogPro software interface, the installation driver software
window will pop up. Click 'Install,' and the success of installation will be displayed.
LogPro installation page
The successful installed
Default installation folder
Install driver
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2
Installation and Instruction
Section 2.2 - How to Read and Configure the Logger
2.2.1 - Read and Configure the Logger's Settings
1.
Turn on and Insert the data logger to the computer¹.
2.
Start LogPro software on the PC.
3.
From the toolbar select Connect.
4.
Load & Read the logger’s current settings.
5.
Configure the new settings.
6.
Sync the settings & time. (The PC time will be synchronized to the logger
as well.) .
7.
From the toolbar select disconnect.
8.
Sync the Computer's Data & Time to the Data Logger.
9.
Unplug the logger from the computer, and then the logger is in Standby mode.
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1. The Windows® operating system cannot handle USB devices being unplugged and plugged back too fast. When
unplugging the logger, wait for about 5 seconds before plugging it in again. If you unplug and plug back a device
too quickly, the computer may stop recognizing any USB devices on that port. If this happens, you will have to
restart the computer. This is a Windows® USB problem and is not related to LogPro.
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Installation and Instruction
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2.2.2 - Setting Parameters Description
A.System
E.Channel Name
Name
LOGGER
Name1
1
SN
HE20143200
Name2
2
Type
Data Logger
Name3
3
Model
OM-HL-EH-TC
Name4
4
Firmware
H1103
Name5
5
Name6
6
B.Sampling
Logging Interval(Secs)
10
Name7
7
Sampling Interval (Secs)
60
Name8
8
C.Storage
Logs
0
Total
86000
D.Offset
CH1
0.0
CH2
0.0
CH3
0.0
CH4
0.0
CH5
0.0
CH6
0.0
CH7
0.0
CH8
0.0
Setting Parameter
Name
Text
Description
English letters or numbers
Name of the logger
SN
10 characters
Must be the same as the one in the
label of logger
sampling Interval (secs) Number from 1 to 240
Sampling frequency in LCD screen
Logging Interval (secs)
Logs
Number from 2 to 86400
Number from 0 to 86000
Logging frequency
The count of records in the memory
Total
Number 86000
The total capacity of the logger’s storage
Offset
Calibration mode: For example, pls fill
in 1.5 if the displayed temperature is
higher than the actual temperature of
1.5 ℃; fill in -1.5 if the displayed
temperature is lower than the actual
temperature of 1.5 ℃. If you need to
adjust the humidity, do the same, the
number field is -100~100.
Input positive number to decrease the
value.input negative number to increase
the value.
Channel Name
English Letters or Numbers
Name of each channel
Calibrate the logger: The logger is factory calibrated to an accuracy given in the device specifications. However, there may be times when you wish to
adjust the calibration of your logger. Logpro provides you with the ability to perform a single point offset calibration. This calibration can be used to
increase the accuracy of the logger for a restricted data range.
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Installation and Instruction
Section 2.3 - Turn On/Off Logger & Start/Stop Logging Under
Button to Start Mode
Turn On the Logger - Push “ON / OFF” Button for pressing the switch button
momentaril then LCD display is on.
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T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
T8
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Start Logging - When the Logger is on and on stand-by (LCD does not have “LOG”
logo display), press "LOG " button, LCD has “LOG” logo display, now the logger start
logging and storing data.
℃
T1
T2
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T2
T3
T4
T3
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T5
T6
T5
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T7
T8
℃
Stop Logging - When the Logger is on logging, long press “LOG”, LCD display
countdown time, loosen “LOG” button when countdown time finished, then the
instrument switch from logging to standby state.
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Installation and Instruction
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Turn Off the Logger - Push the“ON / OFF” Button for short pressing then LCD
display is off.
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T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
T8
℃
LOG Full -The device won't record data while the memory is full, that you have to
download the data and delete it by Logpro software, then device can record again.
℃
℉
Switchable °C or °F - Press the “°C/°F” key shortly When instrument records data in
degrees (the LCD displays the °C symbol), and the instrument switches to Fahrenheit as
the recording unit display data (the LCD displays the °F symbol). It Can Switch back and
forth between °C and °F as you Press this button repeatedly.
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Installation and Instruction
Section 2.4 - Download the Logging Data
10. Connect the data logger through USB
cable into the computer.
11. Start LogPro software on the PC.
12. From the toolbar select Connect.
13. From the toolbar select Download.
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Once the data is downloaded from the logger to the PC, the log graph will be displayed.
Tips: Press and hold the left mouse button to drag a box, when the left mouse button
is released, the graph will be redrawn with the data in the selectedrectangle area. Click
right button, and then the graph will be redrawn with all the data in the logs file.
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Installation and Instruction
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Section 2.5 - View Data Sheet
Click “Data List” button on the toolbar, and then the data listing window
is shown below.
The data pane lists the data samples collected by the logging device.
The column width of each column is adjustable by using the left mouse button
and dragging the column to the desired width.
Section 2.6 - Exporting Logs from LogPro
•
Export data list to an Excel file.
•
Export data list to a PDF file.
•
Export graph to a BMP file.
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2
Installation and Instruction
Section 2.7 - Delete Records in the Logger
14. From the toolbar select Delete.
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Section 2.8 - Check the Save File in File list
15. From the toolbar select File List.
16. Click to open the file.
•
Double click left mouse button, then the selected file is opened.
•
Click right mouse button, a popup menu is shown as below, you can
rename or delete or log file.
•
The saved file is saved in the LogPro software’s installation path in the PC’s
hard driver.
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Attention
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Section 3 - Attention
•
Plastic shell is ABS, should be retardant, not resistant to acid and
alkali.
•
If repair is needed, only authorized technician can do the repair.
•
The instrument configuration by 9V block battery is not rechargeable.
•
USB power supply (4.8V) cannot let the Data Logger work.
FAQ
4
Section 4.1 - LCD Screen Dim
Insufficient battery or the environment temperature is too low or too high.
Solution: In the case of insufficient battery, please replace the battery. If results
from environment temperature, please immediately take the logger out of the
environment.
Section 4.2 - Data & Time Error
Reason:
•
The Battery level is low.
•
The Data Logger is not synchronous properties, before start recording.
Solution:
•
Replace the battery.
•
Please sync the properties, before start recording.
Section 4.3 - Software “Runtime Error”
Reason:
•
OS forbid software creating files.
Solution:
•
Run the program (software) as an administrator.
•
Install software in D or E drive if available.
•
A data logger name cannot contain any of the following characters: \ / :
*?“<>|
•
Software’s installation path cannot include Chinese character or garbage
character.
Section 4.4 - Check COM Port Number
Press “Win” + “R” in keyboard -> Run “devmgmt.msc” to Open “Device
Manager” in Windows-> Expand “Ports (COM & LPT)” -> “USB-serial CH340
(COM No.)” is the Data Logger.
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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
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