Paperless recorder

SM 3000 paperless videographic recorder features up to 36 recording channels and IP66/NEMA 4X environmental protection.


SM 3000 paperless videographic recorder features up to 36 recording channels and IP66/NEMA 4X environmental protection. Suitable for a wide range of process applications, including food preparation, beverage, chemicals, water and wastewater, facilities, and more, the device can be mounted in harsh environments and hose down areas. It features standard strip chart views plus circular chart, digital indicator, process and bargraph displays on a 12.1-in. (31 cm) thin film transistor color screen. The recorder can be integrated into PC networks and allows data to be monitored and accessed remotely. An embedded web server provides real-time access to process information over the Internet.

The recorder’s 8Mb of onboard flash memory stores up to 2.8 million data samples. Optional SmartMedia or Compact Flash removable memory cards provide additional data storage capacity. Advanced binary archiving instead of text format is used to store information. Binary archiving allows faster file creation and large file size; binary files can be decoded and opened into an Excel spreadsheet. The SM 3000 is data security compliant with 21 CFT Part 11. A media door lock is standard to prevent unauthorized access to data storage media. Two security modes are available to protect the instrument’s configuration. An electronic signature facility allows the creation of the electronic equivalent of an operator’s signature on a conventional paper chart.


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