Paperless Recorders And DAQ System Extend Functionality

Yokogawa announces it will shortly introduce Release 4 of the SMARTDAC+® GX series panel-mount type paperless recorder, GP series portable paperless recorder, and GM series data acquisition system. In the latest release, new modules are provided to expand the range of applications possible with SMARTDAC+ systems and improve user convenience. New functions include sampling intervals as short as 1 millisecond and the control and monitoring of up to 20 loops.

 

Overview of New Release and Background of Development

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Recorders and data acquisition systems (data loggers) are used on production lines and at product development facilities in a variety of industries to acquire, display, and record data on temperature, voltage, current, flow rate, pressure, and other variables. Yokogawa offers a wide range of such products, and is one of the world’s top manufacturers of recorders. Since releasing the SMARTDAC+ data acquisition and control system in 2012, Yokogawa has continued to strengthen it by coming out with a variety of recorders and data acquisition devices that meet market needs and comply with industry-specific requirements and standards.

 

Enhancements 

  • High-speed analog input module for high-speed sampling
  • PID control module for control function
  • Four-wire RTD/resistance module for precise temperature measurement 

For more information, visit http://www.yokogawa.com

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