Florite incorporates data logging option

Woodland Hills, CA — Florite recently completed incorporating data logging capability to optionally enhance its 990 or 994 Integrated Instrument.

03/27/2003


Woodland Hills, CA - Florite recently completed incorporating data logging capability to optionally enhance its 990 or 994 Integrated Instrument. Data logging can be performed for up to six input ports with availability of PC support software.

The 990 and 994 platforms are full-featured microcomputers designed to integrate measuring, monitoring, communicating and controlling capabilities. Each unit features up to six independent ports providing built-in control selections for PID, batch, dose, monitor or manual operation. The 990 and 994's support mixed rate-total, scalar process value measurements, and provide three co-resident local and remote information communication ports.

Logger enhancements are supported by a large built-in memory enabling storage for a total of 131,040 records, 21,840 records/port/six port system. The logging rate is selectable from the local keypad or via local and remote communication networks, and provides logging times between successive records of 0-999 sec/min/hrs/days/months. The operating commands include start, stop, zero, and send.

For more information, visit www.florite.com

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Dave Harrold, Senior Editor
dharrold@reedbusiness.com





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