Datalogger series Ecolog-Net are designed for recording temperature and relative humidity via a network. The data is stored in the internal memory and can be loaded to the PC via the LAN network. The system offers the highest data safety as the datalogger continues logging for months, running from its own internal lithium battery in the event of a power failure. Multiple level alarm features are built in for local or network alarming and any authorized user can set out a range of conditions.
The ECOLOG-NET LP4 dataloggers are network-ready 4-channel dataloggers for recording temperature values between -200°C and 600°C using Pt100 sensors in 3- or 4-wire circuit. 64,000 measured values can be recorded. The data are loaded to the PC via local network. The datalogger provides the highest level of data security because an internal battery backup allows data recording even in the event of a power outage or network disruption There are various alarm features provided by the local alarm contacts and the network functions.
The ECOLOG-NET LA8 dataloggers are network compatible 8-channel datalogger for recording 64,000 measured values. 4-20mA signals can be collected. The data are loaded to the PC via local network. In the event of a power outage, all data is retained and the internal clock continues to run. If the sensor power supply should be available during a power failure, then the datalogger power supply unit must be fed with 115/230VAC by an UPS (uninterruptible power supply unit). There are various alarm features provided by the local alarm contacts and the network functions.
Network and USB connection
The ECOLOG-NET family of dataloggers is fitted with a 10/100 Base T network connection point. The datalogger functions and network can be configured using this connection. In addition, the datalogger is equipped with a USB connection. This connection can be used for datalogger configuration and data download if no network connection is available; however, it is not possible to define network parameters using this connection. In the event that both the network connection and USB connection are in use, data cannot be transmitted via LAN connection.