Yokogawa Martron - PRODUCT NEWS



        Portable Data Logger with colour screen
The MV100 MobileCorder, new from Yokogawa, is a compact
portable data logger equipped with a large colour screen for
the instant readout and monitoring of online data.

The instrument is available with 2, 4, 6 or 12 input channels, and has
built-in signal conditioning for voltage and temperature measurement.

The colour screen can be used to display analogue trends, digital data
and alarm information. The analogue trend mode can be set up to enable
the MV100 to be used as a paperless chart recorder or converted to a
bargraph display mode for real-time graphic monitoring.

The MV100 is equipped with a large (1.2 Mbyte) internal memory which
can be extended using a PCMCIA ATA flash memory card slot, giving up
to 160 Mbyte capacity. Other storage options include a floppy-disk drive
and a 100 Mbyte ZIP drive.

During the recording process, historical data may be displayed on the
screen without interruption to the real-time data acquisition.
During long-term monitoring, the MV100 may be set to capture fast events
at high resolution initiated by a preset event trigger.

A built-in Ethernet connection enables the MV100 to be connected
directly to a PC or network. Voltage input ranges have a maximum resolution
of 10 pV, and accuracy is 0.1% of reading. Temperature inputs include all
commonly used thermocouples and RTD sensors.

During long-term monitoring applications, data can be automatically
saved to a removable storage medium, enabling the instrument to be
used for long-term unattended operation.

Separately available software packages provide powerful data-view
functions and enable the MV100 to be easily integrated into a network
configuration.

The instrument weighs only 4 kg, and is available for use with AC mains
or DC power supplies.
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For more information, please contact :-
	
Yokogawa Martron - High Wycombe, Bucks. HP12 3PR UK
Tel: +44(0)1494 4592000
Website: www.martron.co.uk

July 2000