Event Logger

An Event is an occurrence of special importance that happens or takes place over a period of time. The chronology of events can be of prime importance in industry for understanding the reasons for break-down as well as to alert to avert a break-down. The role event logger, thus plays in any process control industry or automobile industry or any manufacturing industry is very crucial. Event loggers typically accept digital inputs or potential-free contact inputs which indicate the occurrence of a particular event. These events are time-stamped and are saved in memory for the user to analyze at a later date. SMS, alerts, emails, or mobile notifications can be generated for user-defined critical events. This can help to avert accidents, mishaps, breakdowns by aiding in timely maintenance or bringing to notice the failure of a component immediately. Event loggers are also used in power generating stations to monitor the sequence of power breaker / contractor operations or in atomic energy generation plants like BARC to monitor the wear and tear of the electrodes.

Alarm High/Low/Very High/ Very Low/Common Relay/Two Relays/Individual Channel Relays
Connectivity RS232 / USB / RS485 / Ethernet TCP/IP / WiFI
Display Type 7 Segment LED Display / Alphanumeric LCD Display / Graphic LCD Display
Enclosure Panel Mount / DIN Size / Wall mount / Hand held / Table Top / Flameproof
Log Interval Minute Seconds / Hours Minutes
Memory 64K / 2MB / SD Card
Number of Channels 1 / 2 / 4 / 6 / 8 / 16 / 32
Protocol Modbus / ASCII
Sensor Inputs RTD / Thermocouple / mV / mA / load cell / Universal / AC Voltage /AC Current
Usage/Application Industrial