The JUMO LOGOSCREEN 600 paperless recorder features a resistive touchscreen and an intuitive, icon-based operation and visualization concept that makes it very easy to use.
Different versions of the JUMO LOGOSCREEN 600 are available for process data recording. These range from the device version without measuring input in which the up to 24 process values are received from external systems (master) or received (slave) via Modbus, through to a device version with 6 measuring inputs (universal analog inputs), 2 analog outputs, 12 digital inputs, and 12 individually switchable digital inputs/outputs.
In the JUMO LOGOSCREEN 600 data can be displayed with the default visualizations such as curve diagram (vertical or horizontal), bar graph, text image (numerical), or digital diagram. For batch-based processes a special batch recording is available which enables the storage of additional information. In addition, users can use the setup program to create up to six separate process screens – with up to 100 objects per process screen – according to their individual requirements.
Other than the setup program that enables the time-saving startup and documentation on the PC, two high-performance PC programs are available for extracting, archiving, and evaluation of process data (PCC and PCA3000).
- 144 × 144 mm format
- 14.5 cm (5.7") TFT color graphics screen (640 x 480 pixel)
- Intuitive operation on the touchscreen
- 3 or 6 universal measuring inputs
- 24 external digital and analog inputs via interface
- Up to 2 analog outputs
- Measured data storage on USB flash drive
- Up to 6 customer-specific process screens
- Batch report recording
- Ethernet and RS232/485 interface (Modbus master/slave)
- Integrated web server for online visualization
- Batch control (start, stop, and text) via barcode scanner
- Counters and integrators (6 channels)
- Math and logic module (6 channels each) as extra code
- Counter input (up to 12.5 kHz)
For models and options please refer to the product PDF brochure downloaded above.
Paperless recording of analog and digital process data