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YL-M32 Micro V Log
2 x ext sensor
YL-M33/M34 V&C
1-2 x ext channels
YL-M41/42 Pulse Log
1 or 2 x ext channels
YL-M61 LuxLog
1 x int sensors
YL-M62 Lux/RH/Temp 3 x int sensors YL-M90 MultiLog 1xint 2 x ext sensors

YL-M32 Micro V Log

Two external analogue channels. For voltage (0..1V/0..5V/0..10V) and milli volt inputs(mV). The logger is programmable, allowing logging on one or two channels simultaneously.

YL-M33 V&C Log

One external analogue channel. The channel is programmable for either voltage (0..1V/0..5V/0..10V) or current (0..24mA). The logger can record output signals from almost every type of transmitter or probe.

YL-M34 V&C Log

Two external analogue channels. Each channel is programmable for either voltage (0..1V/0..5V/0..10V) or current (0..24mA). The logger can record output signals from almost every type of transmitter or probe.

YL-M41 Pulse Log

One external input channel. Designed to measure potential-free pulses such as TTL signals or voltage signals of up to 3V. With the YY-CP connection cable the logger can measure signals up to 24V. The logger can also be integrated into the aerodynamic rain gauge YY-RG.

YL-M42 Pulse Log

Two external input channels. Designed to measure potential-free pulses such as TTL signals or voltage signals of up to 3V. With the YY-CP connection cable the logger can measure signals up to 24V. The logger can also be integrated into the aerodynamic rain gauge YY-RG.The logger is programmable, allowing logging on one or two channels simultaneously.

YL-M61 LuxLog

One integrated sensor. Accurately measures luminocity with its spectral sensitivity adjusted to that of the human eye.

YL-M62 Lux/RH/T° Log

Three integrated sensors. One for humidity, one for temperature and one for luminocity. Its spectral sensitivity is adjusted to that of the human eye.

YL-M90 Multi Log

Four integrated sensors and two external sensors. The following inputs can be configured » Humidity and temperature » Temperature (PT1000, PT100, U thermistor) » Humidity/temperature » Current/voltage, radiation, CO2, air velocity and many more » Moisture, pulse or frequency