XR450 vs XR5-SE

All Pace Sensors are compatible with the XR450 and XR5-SE except the Wind Speed Sensor currently works only with the XR5-SE.  Note: XR450 compatibility with the Wind Speed Sensor is in development.

The XR450 Data Logger accepts Pace plug-in modules for Relative Humidity, RH & Light, additional DC voltage ranges, and DC millivolt ranges.

The XR5-SE Data Logger does not accept plug-in modules, but Scaling Cables are available to read higher voltage ranges, and millivolt ranges can be ordered as an option.

Summary of Differences

XR450 XR5-SE
Free Software Windows Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
Software supports multiple graph viewports YES NO
Measurement resolution (bits) 12 bits 12 bits
Maximum readings 86,016 Std models: 63,642
-M models: 260,250
Communicate via Ethernet LAN NO YES with DS100 Module
Accepts Pace Plug-in Modules YES NO
Accepts DC voltage signal outside of 0-5VDC YES with ISM Module YES with scaling cables
Accepts Thermocouple or Millivolt signal YES with Mvt module YES with Millivolt option
Accepts Bipolar Millivolt Signals YES with Mvt"-b" module NO
Number of Analog Inputs / Input Type 4 multi-function 8 multi-function
Number of Pulse Inputs 0 (1 in development,
see note below)
3
Pulse Inputs, maximum count per log interval TBD 16,777215 (24 bits)
Pulse Inputs, maximum rate TBD 900 Hz
Log on Alarms NO YES
Log on External Trigger Once per logging session YES, unlimited re-triggering
(subject to available memory)
Incompatible Pace Sensors WSD-100
Compatibility with the WSD-100
is in development
None
Operating Temperature Range -40 to 60°C (-40 to 140°F) -40 to 78°C (-40 to 172°F)

Note: Pulse input hardware exists on all XR450 Data Loggers. Once pulse firmware is released, existing units can be enhanced to read pulses via a firmware update.