The Site-Log LPSE-1 is a 7-channel, battery powered, stand alone pulse/state/event data logger. The logger detects electronic or mechanical pulse counts, state changes or events in any of the seven channels and the data are saved in 4MB non-volatile flash memory for later retrieval.
Featuring an aluminum enclosure and conformally coated PCB, the Site-Log data logger has excellent performance in the harshest industrial environment. Simply plug the logger to computer's USB port, and the software automatically recognizes it and handles the configuration, downloading, graph viewing and more...
The Site-Log data logger also provides alarm outputs controlled by the low and high programmable alarm thresholds of each enabled channel. The alarm control outputs can be used to turn on/off external alarm devices such as strobe lights, sirens or alarm telephone diallers.
SiteView is a PC based application works with Site-Log Series data loggers for downloading, configuration and data analyzing and plotting. Its user-friendly graphic interface plus powerful functionalities fit both novice and advanced users. The versatility of custom equation and custom-line equation handle complicated measurement requirements.
- Support USB, Serial port and Ethernet connections for easy local and remote access
- Fast communication speed up to 115200 bps makes downloading fast
- Real-time view and chart recording replaces chart recording device
- Custom equation and custom-line equation solves scientific and laboratory algorithm difficulties
- Zoom in/zoom out, annotation/label of graph functions provide detailed view of data
- Multiple file loading allows easy data comparison.
- Dynamic statistics provides detailed information of current zoomed view
The unit records the total pulse count over a pre-defined sampling interval period.
The unit records the time stamp when a state changed from Off/Close to On/Open and vice versa. Typical applications include monitoring how long a device has been on/off for.
The unit records the sampling interval period of when an event is detected, such that if there are more than one events occurring during the same sampling interval period, only the first event detected is saved.