With the Web-IO Digital Logger, a signal data logger and network switch, nearly a million switching events over time can be retained in the internal memory, since only the individual switching events with their respective time stamp and not the cyclical process images in a fixed time interval are stored.
The six digital signal inputs can be connected to switching voltages of up to 30V DC. Potential-free contacts may however also be used for driving the inputs.
This makes the Web-IO Digital Logger ideal for operating and machine data acquisition and many other monitoring tasks.
In addition to general data logging, 12 alarms can be defined. An alarm message can be sent, depending on configurable IO patterns or a defined number of switching operations, via standard TCP/IP services such as e-mail, SNMP trap or http-request. The exact time of the alarms is stored in the Logger. 100Mbit network access and the integrated Web-server enable a quick view of the stored data directly from the browser. Of course the collected data can also be downloaded in whole or in part from the unit as a CSV file.
With the appropriate access authorization the Web interface also allows direct access to the six switching outputs. Access from your own applications is also possible using TCP/IP sockets or OPC.
The Web-IO Digital Logger is supplied in a DIN rail compatible housing and costs 398.00 EURO plus VAT where appropriate.
Technical data can be found at: http://www.WuT.de/57650
Wiesemann & Theis GmbH, Porschestr. 12, D-42279 Wuppertal
Tel. +49-202/2680-0, Fax +49-202/2680-265, http://www.wut.de
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