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LogBox Wi-Fi is an IoT device with integrated data logger and Wi-Fi connectivity. It allows monitoring and recording of data remotely, in facilities with Wi-Fi infrastructure. The data can be accessed remotely, wirelessly and centralized through SCADA application, cloud dashboard or by NXperience software. Easy installation and accessibility are highlights of this device.
The device has three universal analog inputs and one digital input, that can operate as counter of pulses (flow sensor) or recorder of events (opening/closing doors). LogBox Wi-Fi has MQTT protocol to publish data into IoT brokers, Cloud or SCADA system, as well as Modbus TCP protocol to operate as slave into SCADA systems.
The device provides uninterrupted recording of data, even in failures of power supply or wireless link, due to its 2-year autonomy backup battery. LogBox Wi-Fi can be used to comply with security requirements of FDA Regulation Title 21 CFR Part 11.
- Input Signal:
1 Digital Input
3 Analog Inputs
- Signal Type:
Thermocouples J,K,T,N,E,R,S,B, Pt100,
0-50mV, 0-5V, 0-10V, 0-20mA, 4-20Ma
- Function of Digital Input: Counter of Pulses, Recorder of Events or Starts Logger
- Digital Output: 1 PNP Output (Electronic Switch or Alarm)
- Internal Sensors: NTC for temperature,Battery Voltage and External Power Supply
- Display: 3 lines with 4½ digits
Analog Inputs: 15 bits
Counter of pulses: 16 bits
- Memory Capability: 140000 records
- Recording Interval: 1 sec to 18 h
- Variable Record: Instantaneous or average
- Acquisition Trigger: Date/Hour, Start button, Digital Input or by Software
- Alarms: 8 Alarms (two per channel) Low and High
- Internal Buzzer: Yes
- Communication Interface:
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
- Configuration Software : NXperience for Windows
- Communication with SCADA or Cloud system: MQTT and Modbus TCP protocol
- Power Supply: 10-30Vcc
- Backup Battery:
4 AA alkaline piles
Typical autonomy 2 years (turns off Wi-Fi)
- Operation Temperature:
With power supply: -20 to 70 °C / -4 to 158 °F
With batteries: -10 to 50 °C / 14 to 122 °F
- Enclosure Protection Rate: IP40
- Dimensions:120 x 100 x 40 mm (4.72 x 3.94 x 1.57 in)
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