The company offers a miniature data logger designed for convenient in-field recording of 4-20mA process loop signals.
The company offers a miniature data logger designed for convenient in-field recording of 4-20mA process loop signals. A self-powered, stand-alone unit with its own internal memory, the Spectrum 4000-25C Precision Current Loop Data Logger offers a simpler and lower-cost alternative to traditional chart recorders and full-featured data acquisition systems.
Palm-sized and equipped with a dual function 4-20mA/5Vdc input channel, the unit is designed for easy installation and setup for continuous long-term recording and monitoring of process loops. The unit requires no power connection and offers inherent circuit isolation.
Designed for reliable long-term operation in harsh industrial and field applications, the Spectrum 4000-25C is rated for use from –40 to 70°C (-40 to 160°F). Equipped with 12 bit resolution, the unit offers a full scale accuracy of 0.15% and can monitor minute variations in loop current with an average precision of 5.5 microamps (0.025% F.S.). The logger features a high degree of immunity from electrical interference and physical shock and vibration. Non-volatile EEPROM memory ensures long-term data protection in the event of damage to the unit.
It provides a convenient and accurate means to diagnose, verify and document the performance of systems, equipment, and processes. It can be used as a component of an integrated measuring system of for field applications requiring portability and battery operation.
The Spectrum 4000-25C works with Spectrum Software, a Windows 95, 98 and NT-compatible program that creates automatically-scaled graphs, charts, and printouts. Users can display data logger readings directly in milliamps (mA) or scale to user-selectable engineering units. Users can also export text files for use in other Windows spreadsheet, database or word processing programs.
Veriteq Instruments, Inc., Suite 113, 10451 Shellbridge Way, Richmond, BC, Canada V6X 2W8. Tel: 604-273-6850 or 800-683-8374. Fax: 604-273-2874.