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Data loggers are an essential component in data acquisition systems. They can scan a wide variety of measurement sensors, perform programmed calculations, convert the data to other units of measurement, and store the data in memory. Data loggers can also transmit the data for analysis, sharing, and reporting, as well as control external devices.
The Multicon CMC-99 is a powerful and versatile compact-multichannel-controller which can record data if the logging function is activated. It is one of the first industrial devices which integrates advanced control functions (PID, ON/OFF, time & profiles etc.) and the logging of set points, excitations and the current state of controlled objects. Based on Linux, the firmware is stable and the touch screen makes configuration simple and intuitive. Although the Multicon CMC-99 is small, it can integrate up to 48 inputs and its construction allows user to create multiple configurations using up to 3 of the 27 available input/output modules.
The Multicon CMC-141 is the CMC-99's bigger brother. It has all features of the CMC-99, but it has a bigger display, more inputs/outputs and more logic channels. The casing depth is still only 100 mm. It is one of the first industrial devices which integrates advanced control functions (PID, ON/OFF, time profiles etc.) and the logging of set points, excitations and the current state of controlled objects. Based on Linux firmware the unit is stable and the touch screen makes configuration easy and intuitive and the data presentation also readable and attractive. The Multicon CMC-141 can integrate up to 72 inputs, and its construction allows the user to create multiple configurations by using up to 3 of the 30 available input/output modules. The device can simultaneously record all built-in logical channels, and is capable of recording data with maximum speed of 10Hz (ten samples per second, with some limitation of number of recorded channels). 1,5GB of internal data memory is enough for continuous recording of all channels at a frequency of 1 sample per second (each channel) for over 2 months -125 000 000 samples in total! An operator can download stored data using a USB flash drive or via Ethernet.