µLog battery powered data loggers provide a simple and cost
effective solution to a number of monitoring needs.
Compact and easily installed, units are available to
monitor events (on/off timings), three phase current flow,
or pulses from a electricity, gas or water meter for
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ATLAS Logger Outstations (for use with
ATLAS energy monitoring systems)
IV Logger Outstations are housed in wall mounted steel IP55
enclosures normally located adjacent to the meters being
monitored or at some other
convenient point to minimise plant cabling costs.
typical Logger Outstation will have 40 inputs in addition
to the half-hour synchronisation pulse from the
Electricity Board metering but can have 8, 40, 72 or 104
inputs. Multiple Logger Outstations can be readily
accommodated and there is virtually no limit to the
number of meters that can be monitored. These Logger
Outstations need not be at the same geographical location,
modem communication is a simple option.
Logger Outstations are normally mains powered but in the
event of local power loss ATLAS IV loggers will continue
to operate fully for up to 5 days subject to the
condition of their own trickle charged batteries. The ATLAS series system
software provides a warning of battery operation to
initiate user investigation.
most applications it is assumed that pulses will be
accumulated into half hour [15 minutes is an option]
consumption periods, however real-time, on-line, minute
by minute, monitoring of all inputs can be carried out
when more detailed knowledge of plant operation is
required. With 'half hour' monitoring the Logger
Outstation has memory capacity to provide for a minimum
of one month of data before it is necessary for the
System Computer to copy this recorded data, if required
additional memory can be added to increase the period of
data stored at any time in the logger.
DIN rail mounting µ-Loggers are designed for pulse
recording in switchroom cabinets or suitable enclosures
adjacent to the meters being monitored and have 4 input
capability in addition to the half hour synchronisation
pulse (a 15 minute recording period system is also
available). Communication is either by RS232 or RS485,
determined at time of order.
is normally mains powered but in the event of local power
loss will continue to operate for a minimum of 24 hours
powered from internal trickle charged batteries.
are accumulated into half hour consumption periods and
retrieved by a personal computer at a user defined
interval. The µ-Logger has memory capacity to provide
for a minimum of 1 months data before it is necessary to
use a computer to copy the recorded data.
The Micrologger is
compatable with both the ATLAS and MicroATLAS system software.
As described elsewhere,
an ATLAS system will normally comprise a System Computer
with Analysis Software plus one or more Logger
Outstations. However it is an important part of the
overall concept of ATLAS that remote monitoring can be
System Computer remote from Logger Outstations on same
Up to 50 metres, normal RS232 (or 150 metres using
2) Up to 4000 metres, with multiple Logger
Outstation's RS485 twisted pair network - recommended.
3) Using your internal telephone system with
4) Using radio telemetry via radio modems (range
dependant upon landscape).
5) Via your existing TCP/IP computer network.
System Computer remote from Logger Outstations on
different sites across the country
Private telephone line via modems.
2) Normal subscriber lines via dial-up
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