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Data logger allows engineers to track, record data via cloud

24 Mar 2016  | Susan Nordyk

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Swiss manufacturer MSR Electronics has released the MSR385WD data logger and optional GSM terminal that allows engineers to receive and record information, such as temperature, humidity and pressure, via wireless sensors in remote sites and monitor them via cloud.

Operating in the 868-MHz ISM band, the multichannel logger is outfitted with enough memory to store more than 1 million measured values received from up to 10 MSR385SM transmitter modules.

The miniature transmitter modules are available for operation at temperatures of up to 125°C and can be equipped with up to three different internal and/or external sensors. Measuring and transmission intervals are adjustable by 1 second, 10 seconds, 1 minute, 15 minutes, or 1 hour.

Data received from the transmitter and recorded by the data logger is read out via the latter's USB interface and analysed with MSR PC software. Alternatively, the GSM terminal can be used to access the mobile network and transmit data to the MSR SmartCloud for remote monitoring at selectable intervals. The dual-band GSM terminal operates in both the 900-MHz and 1800-MHz frequency bands.

MSR Electronics' web-based cloud service allows measured data to be stored on a server via the Internet. Data can be retrieved and observed using any PC with an Internet connection from any location in the world. In addition, alarm messages can be received if limit values are exceeded.

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