New Telemetry Data Logger Improves Asset Visibility and Reduces Totex
Nov 29 2016 Comments 0
Asset monitoring specialist HWM has upgraded the industry-leading MultiLog LX with innovative added features, improving its capability.
The new MultiLog LX-2 is an advanced, low-power telemetry data logger designed with long asset life and harsh environments in mind. The data logger can be programmed, and its firmware safely and reliably upgraded, remotely. Removing the need for expensive and time-consuming site visits helps to reduce the unit’s totex and carbon footprint.
Enhanced features, including fast logging to 25 Hz and accelerated logging during target windows, give increased asset visibility when monitoring potentially-critical events such as network bursts, improving network conditions and customer satisfaction.
New features include optional 3G network support, multiple sensor support, improved secondary fast data (25 Hz) and accelerated dial-in during alarm events.
In addition to digital flow and pressure, the types of sensor supported now include status, LNS (acoustic) and SonicSens (ultrasonic level), as well as industry-standard SDI12, Modbus and analogue (0-1V, 0-10V & 4-20mA).
The unit’s secondary channel enables enhanced investigation of events such as transient pressure spikes and provides a more accurate reading of minimum night flow. The logger can be configured to automatically accelerate its scheduled transmission logging rate to improve asset visibility during critical alarm events.
As with all HWM data loggers, remote telemetry, asset management, configuration, third-party integration and export are handled seamlessly via the company’s DataGate cloud server, allowing data to be accessed at all times from any location.
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