New logger provides engineers with an improved interface and new connectivity options
Nov 26 2020 Read 238 Times
Hydro International launches its new monitoring and telemetry logger to help engineers to monitor and collect even more data for water flow, level, quality and weather in remote locations or where there is no power supply.
The new Hydro-Logic® Flexi Logger 105 (FL105) is a major step forward in improving performance and usability from the previous Hydro-Logic® Flexi Logger 100 model (FL100). The FL105 uses a 4G modem that supports Long-Term Evolution technology (NB-IoT and CAT M1) and is based on the faster ARM processor. It also has 32 channels for sensor inputs, double that of the Hydro-Logic® Flexi Logger 100.
The new logger offers improved user interface, including protected Wi-Fi access, allowing engineers to configure the FL105 logger. Where available, the Wi-Fi can be used to transfer data to Timeview® or to your own server via FTP. Its new design keeps wiring and components isolated so that the battery or SIM card can be switched out safely.
Phil Collins, Sales Director, Europe at Hydro International comments, “Our new Hydro-Logic® Flexi Logger 105 is a major step forward for the industry in improving performance and usability for engineers when recording water flow, level, quality and weather on-site. The 4G modem and protected Wi-Fi access provides users with the functionality to stay connected and record vital data from remote sites or those with no power supply, which will provide invaluable efficiencies.”
Engineers can easily upgrade FL100 models at existing sites to the new Hydro-Logic® Flexi Logger 105 as it is compact enough to fit into the standard pole top enclosure.
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