New Data Logger for Displaying up to Four Independent Values
Jul 06 2015
The new AFRISO (Germany) DL 10 data logger with display can display and store up to four independent analogue measured values. DL 10 is a freely programmable digital display unit with comprehensive data logging functionality and integrated supply voltage for 2-wire and 3-wire transmitters. Voltages up to 10 V and current up to 20 mA can be used as input signals for each channel. Each channel can be parameterised independently and each measurement signal is displayed with selectable scaling. In addition, the measured values of each channel can be stored to an SD card via an adjustable timer function. The storage functions can also be triggered via analogue signal threshold values.
The parameter level excels with a menu und plain text descriptions for user-friendliness. All values are entered directly via the device, no additional equipment is required. A numerical password can be activated to protect the device from undesired parameter changes. With integrated function blocks such as freely adjustable scaling and maximum pointer function, linearisation, trend indication, selectable quasi analogue bar indication, autoscroll function and a broad supply voltage range with AC 50-253 V and DC 20-253 V, DL 10 meets all demands with regard to a universal, multi-channel process display and extends the display functionality by a data logger. All configuration data can be read, modified and archived via a PC.
The text-based user interface is easy to understand with selectable display languages (English, German, French) and ensures fast and easy commissioning. DL 10 features a standard housing (96 x 48 mm) for control panel mounting and a backlit five-digit graphical LC display with automatic switch-off function for excellent readability even under adverse light conditions.
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