Hello, I have just bought the static charge meter, Keyence SK-1000. Analog output is sent through two small cables denoted as: 1. Analog output (surface potential). 2. Analog output GND. The analog output can be set to one of the following values: NONE (OFF), -5 to +5V, 0V to 5V, 1V to 5V, 4mA to 20mA. I am looking for the data logger (with software) for data saving (on the PC) generated from analog output of the static charge meter. I had came across this kind of data loggers at Farnell: http://ie.farnell.com/pico-technology/adc-24/datalogger-hi-res-with-terminal/dp/1076339 http://ie.farnell.com/pico-technology/adc-20/datalogger-hi-res-with-terminal/dp/1076338 However, I am not sure whether these loggers are actually ok for the acquired static charge meter. I checked the specs of these loggers and they seem to be ok, particularly the logger from the first link- PICO ADC24 (I attached the spec, most interesting data is on page 3). Could you advice whether the logger from the first link would do the job, please? P.S. From data loggers I have only PICO TC-08 but this device is apparently for thermocouple connection only. Thanks.