Weather Logger

The Government of India’s Smart City initiative makes environmental monitoring essential. These Data Loggers monitor various air quality parameters like dust concentration, gas levels of toxic gases like CO, CO2, SO2, etc. in the air. They also monitor Oxygen concentration in the air. Sensors can be part of the equipment or can be externally connected to the logger. These Data Loggers are for outdoor usage and come in weather-proof enclosures. The data can be transmitted to a central server through GPRS or Wi-Fi or by means of wired connectivity. In stand-alone mode, they come with SD card storage and users can manually retrieve data periodically.

Alarm High/Low/Very High/ Very Low/Common Relay/Two Relays/Individual Channel Relays
Connectivity RS232 / USB / RS485 / Ethernet TCP/IP / WiFI
Enclosure Panel Mount / DIN Size / Wall mount / Hand held / Table Top / Flameproof
Log Interval Minute Seconds / Hours Minutes
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
Power Supply Battery Operated / AC Mains operated / DC Operated
Warranty 1 Year
Display 7 Segment LED Display / Alphanumeric LCD Display / Graphic LCD Display
Memory 64K / 2MB / SD Card

Air Quality monitor

Air Quality Monitoring Display is used for displaying parameters like dust concentration, gas concentrations in the atmosphere like CO2, CO, O2, NO, NO2, etc. Air Quality monitoring Display is used along with AQM systems or are also available with built-in sensors. These sensors are integrated sensors useful for outdoor installations for sensing above parameters.

Alphanumeric displays with fixed or scrolling parameter names and values.

These displays are used outside the plants for showing the ambient air quality observing the pollution and in ambient air quality monitoring in cities and towns.

Dust Monitoring logger

Dust monitoring loggers record the dust levels in the air. They are used along with PM sensors especially for monitoring the exhaust of chimneys from plants. They accept inputs from external sensors in the form of Modbus or 4-20mA or similar such electrical input signals. This data can be directly sent over the cloud as per the directives of the pollution control board. The data is secured and can not be manipulated by the user.