Ethernet data-logging, control

Cleveland, O. —NetScan/1500 is an Ethernet-based data-logging and control instrument designed for isolated, accurate, high-challel-count measurements. NetScan/1500 offers 16 to 128 isolated analog input channels and 32 control outputs. Outputs can be programmed to update via network control or to automatically respond to pre-programmed limits.

01/01/1999


Cleveland, O. —NetScan/1500 is an Ethernet-based data-logging and control instrument designed for isolated, accurate, high-challel-count measurements. NetScan/1500 offers 16 to 128 isolated analog input channels and 32 control outputs. Outputs can be programmed to update via network control or to automatically respond to pre-programmed limits. The unit controls alarm outputs and collects data without network interaction until the server requests data. Data logging can be initiated or ended on a specified event such as a TTL signal, temperature level, alarm condition, absolute time of day, or upon completion of specified number of readings. Five different scanning modules provide all required signal conditioning and amplification. Both temperature and voltage measurement modules are available. IOtech Inc.





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