“ The intelligent Ethernet systems of the MSX-E series are particularly suited for applications directly in the field. Even in harsh industrial environment, the systems can acquire and process signals close the measuring point.They are easy to install and safe in operation. The configuration is done through a local website. The systems can be freely cascaded and synchronised in the µs range. Thus, data from several systems can be acquired and processed at the same time. The measurement data can be stored in a database without any programming skills. ”
To measure temperatures directly at the sensor in a quick and precise way, ADDI-DATA offers the new intelligent Ethernet system MSX-E3211 with 24-bit resolution. Two versions are available: one version with 16, the other with 8 differential inputs for connecting thermocouples or resistance temperature detectors (RTDs), such as Pt100 or Pt1000. The Ethernet system is equipped with an ARM®9 processor and 64 MB SDRAM. This allows the measurement values to be acquired, processed and stored directly on the spot.
Advantages of the MSX-E systems
The MSX-E systems are available with following functionality: digital, analog, for transducers, temperature and multifunction counter system.
The Ethernet systems are extremely versatile and suitable for
· Stand-Alone applications
· Enhancement of a PLC
· Extending an existing MES / ERP system
· Connection to database without any programming skills
The Ethernet systems of the series MSX-E cope daily stresses like current peak, vibrations, dirt or extended temperatures with following properties:
· Robust metal housing
· Degree of protection IP65
· Extended temperature range -40°C to +85°C
· Numerous protective circuits
By cascading and synchronization can be processed on a large number of signals.
SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) guarantees the communication with other intelligent network subscribers. The systems can be freely cascaded and synchronised in the µs range. You can thus process many signals.
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