eze Web-Based RTD Recording System
The eze web-based recording system is modular and can record up to 90 Inputs per ezeio station. Just add the 6 input RTD modules which are connected via the RS485 MODBUS connection.
The eze RTD recording system is ideal as a chart recorder replacement package and being web-based, there are no complicated software installs, just a web page which you can view anywhere with internet and a pc.
Alarms can be delivered via email or SMS and control outputs are available to shut down or locally alarm should something go wrong.
ezeio mkII Product description
The New ezeio mkII is a powerful, compact IIoT device with Ethernet and LTE Cat M1 connectivity. Designed for ease of use and versatility, the ezeio is ideal for remotely monitoring and controlling almost any device or installed with OEM equipment.
The ezeio comes standard with analog and digital inputs/outputs, plus Modbus RTU/TCP, SDI-12 and CAN connectivity. There is also alarming via O/P, Email or SMS, remote control and automation functionality via the web based user interface which has Multi-user, multi-site consolidated management and dashboard display functionality.
- Remote data logger & controller
- Secure management and consolidation through cloud back end
- Analog, Pulse, Modbus RTU/TCP, CAN and SDI-12 compatible
- Monitor, Log, Alarm, Control and Automate - fully remote management
ezeio® mkII Hardware
Combining Hardware & Software making IIoT work.
100% remotely managed, configured & synchronised.
- Input/Output Unit
- Data Logger
- Modem (LTE Cat M1) & Gateway
- PLC (edge processing)
- System Functionality
Read More about the ezeio mkII Web-based controller here: /ezeio-mkii
PM6RTD - 6 RTD Input Module
The PM6RTD module is a 6 RTD input module. The module can accommodate either 2 or 3 wire RTD sensors. The RTD inputs are isolated from the logic.
The RTD resistance is read by the module circuitry, linearised and converted to degrees Centigrade. No ranging is required as the module covers the full range of the RTD as indicated in the RTD table. The value that is read from the Modbus register is the actual temperature in degrees centigrade to 0.1°C resolution. ie: a value of 3451 corresponds to a temperature of 345.1°C.
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