TCG140-4 is a 4G LTE universal IO module. It covers LTE Cat.1 communication with up to 5 Mbit upload. The device supports also 3G and 2G wireless communication and provides data connectivity on LTE-FDD, DC-HSDPA, HSPA+, HSDPA, HSUPA, WCDMA, EDGE, and GPRS networks. This makes it usable practically anywhere in the world where is available some kind of cellular coverage.
4G LTE universal IO module can work autonomously but it is specially optimized for M2M and IoT applications. The main option for M2M communication is HTTP API. The device supports HTTP and HTTPS Post with XML or JSON file.
The module offers a large number of analog inputs with 0 to 10 volts and a current loop – 0 to 20mA inputs. In addition, the device supports the MODBUS RTU interface for all compatible industrial devices, including all Teracom sensors.
Setup via USB, SMS or HTTP(S) API;
2 digital ”dry contact” inputs;
Up to 8 Teracom 1-Wire sensors support;
Up to 8 MODBUS RTU sensors/devices support;
4 relay outputs with NO and NC contacts;
Up to 4 analog inputs with 0 to 10VDC range;
Up to 2 current loop (0-20mA) inputs;
HTTP(S) API commands;
Periodical HTTP/HTTPS Post with current status in XML or JSON;
Data logger for up to 70000 records;
Periodical HTTP/HTTPS Post with logger data in CSV format;
SMS alarm alerts (up to 5 numbers);
Email alarm alerts (up to 5 email recipients), SMTP with TLS support;
DIN-rail mount ready;
Firmware update over USB or Internet.
U3-HV and U3-LV
USB DAQ device with 4 dedicated high-voltage analog inputs, 12 flexible I/O, and 4 dedicated digital I/O. The flexible I/O can be configured as either digital or analog, thus providing up to 16 analog inputs, or up to 16 digital I/O. It also has two 10-bit analog outputs, up to 2 counters, and up to 2 timers.
Price: U3-HV $295 + GST, U3-LV $285 + GST
The U6 family is great for acquiring signals from thermocouples, strain gages, bridge circuits, encoders, and much more. With instrumentation amplified inputs, and software selectable gain settings, the U6 provides a cost effective method to measure analog signals which can't be resolved by traditional 12-bit DAQ products. Common applications include laboratory research, industrial control and monitoring, and prototype development. USB multifunction DAQ device with 14 analog inputs (16- to 18- bit), 2 analog outputs (12-bit), 20 digital I/O, 2 counters, and 4 timers.
Price: $685 + GST
Choose the T4 for low cost Ethernet connectivity and the same software API as our flagship T7 device. The T4 has 4 dedicated high voltage (±10V, 12-bit resolution) as well as up to 8 configurable low voltage analog inputs (0-2.5V, 12-bit resolution). The T4 also has numerous built-in firmware features to help users accomplish most data acquisition needs.
The T4 is our lowest cost devices with Ethernet connectivity. They are also capable of stand-alone operation by running Lua scripts.USB or Ethernet multifunction DAQ device with up to 12 analog inputs or 16 digital I/O, 2 analog outputs (10-bit), and multiple digital counters/timers.
Price: $470 +GST
Choose the T7 family for ultimate flexibility. With 16-bit to 24-bit analog inputs, the option to use USB, Ethernet, or WiFi, and numerous built-in firmware features, the T7 can help you accomplish nearly any data acquisition need.
It's great for acquiring signals from virtually any kind of sensor, and can serve that sensor data out through any of its 3 communication interfaces. With instrumentation amplified inputs, software selectable gain settings, dozens of digital I/O features, and a Modbus TCP front-end, the T7 is our most versatile multifunction DAQ platform. Common applications include laboratory research, industrial control and monitoring, automated testing, and prototype development. Additionally, T7 devices are capable of stand-alone operation by running Lua scripts.
USB or Ethernet multifunction DAQ device with 14 analog inputs (16- to 18- bit), 2 analog outputs (12-bit), 23 digital I/O, and up to 10 digital counters/timers.
Price: $885 + GST
The KTA-287 Modbus Datalogger is an easy to use solution when data from a Modbus network needs to be recorded.
The device works as either a Modbus Master, polling slave devices for register data, or a Modbus Slave, with another master writing to it, in both cases the data is recorded as a plain text CSV (Comma Separated Values) file, along with an accurate (±2 minutes per year) timestamp to a Micro SD card.
See downloads for an Excel spreadsheet and macro that can convert logged holding registers to IEEE 754 floating point.
Micro SD and Micro SDHC cards are both supported, provided they are formatted as FAT16 or FAT32.
All configuration is done with a simple text file on the Micro SD card.
Price: $225 + GST