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BTH-1208LS

$199.00

Wireless Multifunction DAQ Device with Android™ and Windows® Support

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Acquires data over Bluetooth® or USB connection

Eight 11-bit SE or four 12-bit DIFF analog inputs

Sample Rate:
Bluetooth: 1 kS/s continuous, 47 kS/s burst mode (12 k sample buffer)
USB: 47 kS/s continuous

Two 12-bit analog outputs

Eight digital I/O

One 32-bit event counter

Battery or USB power options

Board-Only OEM Version Available

Learn the 5 Steps to Creating and Deploying Android™ DAQ Apps

NOTE: Due to regulatory requirements, the BTH-1208LS and BTH-1208LS-OEM can only be sold in the United States, Canada, EU, Australia, and New Zealand.

Software

Support for DAQami, easy-to-use advanced data logging application to acquire,
view, and log data

TracerDAQ® software for acquiring and displaying data and generating analog signals

InstaCal software utility for installing, calibrating, and testing

Universal Library includes support for Visual Studio® and Visual Studio® .NET,
including examples for Visual C++®, Visual C#®, Visual Basic®, and Visual Basic® .NET

Universal Library for Android™ includes support and examples for the Android 3.1
platform (API level 12) and later

Example ready-to-run demo apps for Android are available on Google Play

ULx for NI LabVIEW™

Comprehensive drivers for DASYLab®

Supported Operating Systems: Windows® 8/7/Vista®/XP SP2, 32-bit or 64-bit, Android 3.1 and later

Supported Windows Bluetooth Stack Protocols: Microsoft® Bluetooth stack, Broadcom® Bluetooth stack (not supported by Windows XP SP3)



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BTH-1208LS Wireless DAQ device with 8 SE/4 DIFF analog inputs, 1 kS/s throughput in Bluetooth mode, 2 analog outputs, 8 digital I/O, and one 32-bit counter input channel
$199.00 Add to cart
Other Options
BTH-1208LS DAQ Bundle with Google™ Nexus™ 7 Tablet Wireless DAQ bundle with 8 SE/4 DIFF analog inputs, 1 kS/s throughput in Bluetooth mode, 2 analog outputs, 8 digital I/O, one 32-bit counter input channel, and included Android tablet
$429.00 Add to cart
BTH-1208LS-OEM Wireless OEM DAQ board with 8 SE/4 DIFF analog inputs, 1 kS/s throughput in Bluetooth mode, 2 analog outputs, 8 digital I/O, and one 32-bit counter input channel
$189.00 Add to cart
WiFi-501 Rechargeable battery-powered WiFi temperature sensor with LCD; includes 25 in. Micro-USB cable and wall mounting bracket
$150.00 Add to cart
WiFi-501-TP Rechargeable battery-powered WiFi temperature sensor with LCD and detachable thermistor probe; includes 25 in. Micro-USB cable and wall mounting brackets for main enclosure and probe
$150.00 Add to cart
WiFi-502 Rechargeable battery-powered WiFi temperature and humidity data logging sensor with LCD; includes 25 in. Micro-USB cable and wall mounting bracket
$185.00 Add to cart
USB-1208FS-Plus USB-based multifunction DAQ device with 8 SE/4 DIFF analog inputs, up to 12-bit resolution, 50 kS/s, 2 analog outputs, and 16 digital I/O
$189.00 Add to cart
USB-1408FS-Plus USB-based multifunction DAQ device with 8 SE/4 DIFF analog inputs, up to 14-bit resolution, 48 kS/s, 2 analog outputs, and 16 digital I/O
$249.00 Add to cart
Accessories & Cables
ACC-205 DIN-rail kit for BTH-1208LS and USB-200 Series (excludes OEM versions)
$31.00 Add to cart
Software
DAQami™ Easy-to-use advanced data logging application to acquire, view, and log data - Download only
$99.00 Add to cart
DASYLab® LITE DASYLab Lite includes all drivers, comes without analysis, limited module count, and includes one Layout Window
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$499.00 Add to cart
DASYLab® BASIC DASYLab Basic includes all drivers, all standard modules (except Signal Analysis and Actions), and one Layout Window $1,299.00 Add to cart
DASYLab® FULL DASYLab Full includes all drivers, all standard modules, 200 Layout Windows, and Control Sequencer $1,799.00 Add to cart
DASYLab® PRO DASYLab Pro includes all drivers, DASYLab Full version, plus all add-on modules (without third-party modules) $2,499.00 Add to cart
DASYLab® RUNTIME DASYLab Runtime allows you to run an existing worksheet application on an additional computer (with compatible hardware configurations) $449.00 Add to cart
DASYLab® UPD Basic DASYLab upgrade to the latest Basic license $259.00 Add to cart
DASYLab® UPD Full DASYLab upgrade to the latest Full license $359.00 Add to cart
DASYLab® UPD Lite DASYLab upgrade to the latest Lite license $99.00 Add to cart
DASYLab® UPD Pro DASYLab upgrade to the latest Pro license $499.00 Add to cart
DASYLab® UPD RT DASYLab upgrade to the latest Runtime license $99.00 Add to cart
TracerDAQ® Pro Out-of-the-box virtual instrument suite with strip chart, oscilloscope, function generator, and rate generator – professional version
$199.00 Add to cart

Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 Good features and easy to use BTH-1208LS has good features and is very easy to use. October 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by The product has great features but The product has many good features, but there is very limited documentation as to how to get the most out for the applications. Additional application notes and list of accessories would be a convenient thing to have. For instance, simple list of temperature probes that would be compatible with the system would make it easy for the users to get started immediately. February 4, 2014
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frequency measurement

so the event counter will not work for measuring frequency, I understand. but can the device measure frequency at all?

I need to measure and record the 0-1000Hz frequency of a 0-5V square wave @ >10Hz sample rate. Can the BTH-1208LS do this?

I looks like the device I want if so.

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Hi Kevin 55 - It sounds like you want to get a new frequency reading every 100 mS. The event counter is not a good fit for trying to measure frequency that often, since reading the counter is software polled, and there will be jitter between counter reads.
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Frequency isn't a value that can be recorded by a DAQ. Frequency is the rate of change in a voltage, not the value of the voltage itself. In order to measure a 1000Hz square wave using a DAQ, you need to sample at more than 2000 S/s, then analyze the data in software to calculate the frequency. The software would have to do the updating of the calculation result at >10Hz; the DAQ doesn't do that part. What you should do is pass the square wave into a frequency-to-voltage converter and use the DAQ to record the voltage output of the converter at >10Hz, then convert the voltage to frequency values.
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1) Software is probably the easiest and most straight forward way to measure a frequency with an analog input. If you were to use software you would be using what is called an FFT(Fast Fourier Transform) In order to use an FFT you will have to sample (at a minimum) at twice the signals input frequency (Nyquist Theorem). In this case the DAQ devices sample rate would need to be 2000Hz or greater. So the BTH-1208LS when in Bluetooth mode (1.2KS/sec) would not be fast enough. However, when in USB mode the BTH-1208LS has a sample rate of 50KS/sec which would be more than enough to sample your 1000Hz squarewave. For software you could use our Universal Library to collect an array of voltage data, and call into any third party package that supports an FFT or you could use our DASYLab BASIC graphical programming language to acquire data using its FFT function. http://www.mccdaq.com/products/dasylab_basic.htm

2) You can also use the Event counter on our DAQ devices and setup a crude way to measure frequency. By using a Windows timer with the Event counter library function call you can use the timer interval and the captured events to calculate the frequency. Note that this is not a highly accurate method, due to jitter in the polled reading of the counter, given windows timing and bus access.

3) Measurement Computing also has other DAQ devices that utilize a more sophisticated counter/timer that can be used as well. Our USB-1616HS Series, and our USB-QUAD08 would both have support for frequency measurements.
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We have a voltage sensor that measures slow fluctuations, "quasi-DC": I would estimate the lower frequency near 0.1 Hz. The trace on the scope looks like an ECG (electrocardiograph#, the upper frequency range won't be more than few 100's Hz.

The sensor will be battery powered: what voltage is needed and what is the current that the device requires? #To estimate the size of the battery for continuous monitoring).
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The BTH-1208LS can send A/D data wirelessly at an aggregate rate of 1 KHz. So assuming you have just one sensor to monitor at a time, the full 1 KHz can be dedicated to that one sensor (meaning a new data point will be captured every 1 mS). Every 1 mS could be cutting it close for a signal with an upper frequency of “a few hundred” Hz. As for current draw by the A/D from your sensor, it is a function of the voltage being measured (Vin). The formula is: current in mA = 8.181 * Vin -12.
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I may be misunderstanding your question, but the voltage supply and power consumption of your voltage sensor is entirely independent of the DAQ device that you send the sensor's output to for recording. The voltage inputs of DAQ systems in general are high impedance.

Regarding the frequency issue, you need to sample a frequency at 10 times the frequency in order to get amplitude error down to under 4%; I'm sure you want that or better. This device won't sample fast enough to achieve this at frequencies higher than 100 Hz.

It's common for people to confuse the digital and analog worlds. When you use a digital recorder to observe analog events, the digital recorder takes tiny snapshots of the event. If you expect to capture the peak of a wave you have to make sure the recorder takes a picture at that time, and since you don't know when the peak is going to arrive you have to sample fast enough that the worst-case timing error (the time between the peak and when the nearest snapshot is taken) will result in an error that's within your error criteria. A little trigonometry and the division of a sine wave into 10 parts will show what the worst-case error will be.
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I'm trying to understand the features of this device BTH-1208LS:

can it:
1. connect to my android device via USB for data acquisition?
2. connect to my android device via bluetooth for data acquisition?
3. measure frequency input?
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The answer to your questions #1 and #2 are both yes. As for question #3, the BTH-1208LS model has an event counter. The event counter has no hardware gating, so it is not an ideal match for measuring frequency. However, a fairly decent frequency measurement can be made by reading the counter twice … X seconds apart, subtracting the two values, and dividing by X to get Hertz. You would code this strategy into your Java program.
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The BTH-1208LS can measure voltage, but cannot interface directly to a thermocouple. Thermocouples require signal conditioning (high amplification, cold junction compensation, filtering, linearization) that is not present in this DAQ model. The BTH-1208LS, combined with a UL for Android program, can display voltage values collected wirelessly (via Bluetooth).
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Is this product compatible with MATLAB's Data Acquisition Toolbox? The non-BlueTooth version is, but this one doesn't explicitly highlight that.
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Hello, the BTH-1208LS is not currently supported by the MATLAB Data Acquisition Toolbox. If this is a device that you would like to see support added for, please let MATLAB know at the following link: https://www.mathworks.com/products/daq/supported/pci-2517-matlab.html. We will also request that MATLAB support be added for this device.
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I try to pair my BTH-1208LS with an Win7 PC, Win8 Tablet and Android Phone. I can't see the BTH-1208. The BTH-1208 is blinking and not connected to any host over USB. What might be the reason?
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Be sure to follow the pairing steps in the following Quickstart Guide:
http://www.mccdaq.com/PDFs/manuals/QS-BTH-1208LS.pdf

The most common reasons pairing cannot be achieved are:
1) BTH-1208LS is still connected to the computer via a USB cable.
2) The BTH-1208LS is not actually put into pairing mode. Be sure to hold the button in long enough for the LED to flash rapidly.
3) Allow the O/S enough time to complete the pairing process, before taking the BTH-1208LS out of pairing mode.
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Hello,

i downloaded the existing Android demo for datalogging but cant play with the setting because nothing connected by bluetooth.

Looking for a solution that would allow me to read four analog inputs,
-thermistor output in celsius,
-hall-sensor to measure RPM
-load cell input converted to Nm or foot pounds.

would that be feasible?
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Hello Roedel - Thank you for your inquiry. The BTH-1208LS supports 8 single ended or 4 differential inputs with several software selectable input ranges. However, all of your input signals require some form of signal conditioning which the BTH-1208LS does NOT support. If you were to provide the necessary external signal conditioning, it would be feasible to develop an Android application using our Android library and the BTH-1208LS (or any other Android supported USB product).
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Thank you for your inquiry. The BTH-1208LS weighs just .30 lbs (4.8 oz) without batteries and .45 lbs (7.2 oz) with the batteries installed.
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Hello - The BTH-1208LS does NOT ship with a Certificate of Calibration but it is calibrated at the factory prior to shipment (as are all Measurement Computing products that require calibration). MCC does offer a Certificate of Calibration for a fee of $50 (UPON REQUEST AND PRIOR TO SHIPMENT). Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.
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Does the BTH-1208LS support I2C or SPI or some other serial protocol? How would you suggest interfacing serial digital I/O devices? Thanks
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The BTH-1208LS does not include support for I2C or SPI communications protocol. MCC does not currently have a product that can communicate with I2C or SPI serial devices.
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Summary

Finally, Bluetooth communication in a multifunction DAQ device! The BTH-1208LS offers short-range wireless data acquisition to a compatible host device – whether a Windows-based PC or an Android-based tablet, phone, or mini-PC.

The BTH-1208LS offers analog I/O, digital I/O, and counter input over both a Bluetooth or USB connection.

Two Operation Modes
The BTH-1208LS can operate wirelessly as a Bluetooth device or as a physically-connected USB device.

When operating as a Bluetooth device, the BTH-1208LS must be paired with the host device before it can wirelessly communicate acquired data. Pairing is a one-time procedure that establishes a bond with the host device.

The BTH-1208LS can transmit data up to 10 meters when operating as a Bluetooth device.

Analog Input
The BTH-1208LS provides up to eight 11-bit SE analog inputs or four 12-bit DIFF analog inputs.

The device offers a fixed ±10 V range for SE measurements, and ±20 V, ±10 V, ±5 V, ±4 V, ±2.5 V, ±2.0 V, ±1.25 V, and ±1.0 V ranges for DIFF measurements.

Users can start a hardware paced continuous scan with either a software command or with an external hardware trigger event.

When continuously scanning as a Bluetooth device, the BTH-1208LS supports a maximum aggregate scan rate of 1024 S/s. The total acquisition rate for all channels cannot exceed 1024 S/s.

When operating in burst IO mode as a Bluetooth device, the BTH-1208LS can acquire data at a maximum aggregate rate of 47 kS/s. Burst scans are limited to the depth of the onboard memory, as the data is acquired at a rate faster than it can be transferred to the computer. When using Bluetooth, the transfer rate for the acquired data to the host is still limited. Allow time between scans for the acquisition and the transfer of the data.

When operating as a USB device, the device supports a maximum aggregate scan rate of 47 kS/s. The total acquisition rate for all channels cannot exceed 47 kS/s.

Channel-Gain Queue
The channel-gain queue feature lets you configure a list of channels and gains for each scan. Each channel can have a different gain setting. The gain settings are stored in a channel-gain queue list that is written to local memory on the device. The channel-gain queue list can contain up to up to 8 elements in SE mode or four elements in DIFF mode. The elements must be unique and listed in ascending order.

Trigger Input
The BTH-1208LS external digital trigger input can be configured for either rising/falling edge, or high/low level.

External Clock Input
An external clock signal connection is provided to pace input scanning operations.

Analog Output
The BTH-1208LS includes two 12-bit analog outputs, each with an output range of 0 V to 2.5 V. The D/A is software paced, and throughput is system-dependent.

Digital I/O
The BTH-1208LS supports up to eight digital I/O lines. When configured for input, the digital terminals can detect the state of any TTL-level input.

Digital input voltage ranges of up to 0 V to 5.5 V are permitted, with thresholds of 0.8 V (low) and 2.0 V (high).

Each DIO channel is an open-drain output which can sink up to 50 mA for direct drive applications when used as an output.

Inputs are pulled high by default to 3.3 V through 47.5 kohm resistors on the circuit board. The pull-up voltage is common to all 47.5 kohm resistors.

Event Counter Input
The BTH-1208LS has a 32-bit event counter that can accept frequency inputs up to 1 MHz. The internal counter increments when the TTL levels transition from low to high.

Power Options
When connected to a USB power supply, BTH-1208LS receives 5 V power. USB provides both power and communication when the device is connected to a host USB port.

If rechargeable NiMH or NiCd batteries are installed, the batteries recharge when the device is connected to a USB host or USB power supply.

BTH-1208LS-OEM Also Available
The BTH-1208LS-OEM has the same fundamental specifications as the BTH-1208LS, but comes in a board-only form factor with header connectors instead of screw terminals. Connectors for user-supplied power. included instead of a battery compartment. The board can be powered by an external 5 V supply or a USB power supply in Bluetooth mode, or by the USB host device in USB mode.

Analog Input
Sample Rate: 47 kS/s
Number of Channels: 8 SE/ 4 DI
Range, Bipolar: -20 to 20V, -10 to 10, -5 to 5, -4 to 4V, -2.5 to 2.5, -2 to 2, -1.25 to 1.25, -1 to 1
Resolution: 12 bit
Analog Output
Resolution: 12 bit
Number of Channels: 2
Range, Unipolar: 0 to 2.5V
Digital I/O
Number of Channels: 8
Counter Timer
Counter Inputs: 1
Counter Resolution: 32 bit
Measurement Type
Measurement Type: Voltage Output , Counter , Digital I/O , Multifunction
Interface List
Interface: Wireless
Included Software
TracerDAQ® TracerDAQ® is an out-of-the-box application that allows data to be generated, acquired, analyzed, displayed and exported within seconds of installing Measurement Computing data acquisition hardware. TracerDAQ offers four different data acquisition applications; a Strip Chart, an Oscilloscope, a Function Generator and a Rate Generator, all of which are accessed via a common, easy-to-use menu page.
InstaCal InstaCal installation, configuration, and test software in one package simplifies these important steps as you turn your PC into a measurement system. Installation detects new hardware and configures your computer and DAQ device. Test routines verify that all the board's features are operating, and will speed you to a quick resolution.
Universal Library Universal Library programming libraries for Windows® Visual Studio® programming languages, and others. A complete function library to simplify the configuration and operation of your measurement board. A single, universal set of functions operates all our products so you only have to learn to use our library once.

ULx for NI LabVIEW™ ULx for NI LabVIEW™ Advanced Driver for use with NI LabVIEW™ 8.5 – 2014. Allows quick development of instrumentation, acquisition, and control applications with Measurement Computing hardware devices
Universal Library for Android Universal Library for Android Software API used to communicate with supported Measurement Computing DAQ devices over the Android™ 3.1 platform (API level 12) and later. The UL for Android includes example projects and detailed documentation to help users develop, install, and run apps on Android-based devices.

Optional Software
DAQami™ DAQami™ gives users an easy-to-use drag-and-drop interface that makes acquiring, viewing, and logging data a quick and simple task. Users simply select a supported device, configure device channels and other analog input options, and then select one or more displays to plot the data. When a DAQami acquisition is run, the program acquires and logs data from the selected channels, and plots the data on the displays for viewing.
DASYLab® Software DASYLab® Software lets you interactively develop PC-based data acquisition applications by simply attaching functional icons. DASYLab offers real-time analysis, control, and the ability to create custom graphical user interfaces (GUIs). What’s more, in contrast to other graphical programming environments, which can require weeks of training to master, DASYLab has a very short user-learning curve. Many applications can be configured in a few minutes, rather than days or weeks.

TracerDAQ® Pro TracerDAQ® Pro provides four virtual instrument applications used to graphically display and store input data – and generate output signals – within minutes of installing Measurement Computing data acquisition hardware. The applications allow the user to customize appearance, store configurations for future use, save data to a file for export and – with the use of interactive hotspots – change settings while the application is running.