The RealSense 4 datalogger is an easily deployable telemetric logger which is able to support multiple sensors simultaneously. Through the application of the 3G wireless network the datalogger is able to send measurement data (multiple times a day) to a portal, such as H2gO. As the logger is able to support up to 4 configurable attachments it is highly suitable for a multitude of sensors and their application areas.
The RealSense 4 is equipped with 4 inlets. These inlets are capable of connecting with a variety of sensors. Almost all sensors that function on serial (TTL), 4-20 mA, 0-10 V, Vegabar Digital or pulse are compatible with the RealSense 4. Due to the possibility of connecting up to four sensors onto the RealSense 4 the module can be used for a wide variety of purposes.
The loggers parameters and software can be set and loaded remotely.
Expanding the number of connected sensors
It is possible to expand the number of connected sensors on the RealSense 4 as the logger contains an extension module. Through this it is possible to add customizations that are not an integrated standard for the RealSense 4. This makes the logger extremely flexible in its application possibilities. It is also possible to add an RF-reception module. Together with the RealSense RF-transmitting module logging of more than a 150 neighboring measurement locations with one RealSense 4 logger can be realized. This makes the logger very scalable.
There are many sensors compatible with the RealSense 4. Some use a lot of energy as they want to have near-time measurements. The advantage of the RealSense 4 is that due to the logger being capable of running on batteries, solar panels with rechargeable batteries or regular AC it is able to accommodate the broad variety of sensors.
Large data storage capacity
The RealSense 4 has a micro SD-card for extra storage capacity. This stores the data in case the connection fails, which assures the availability of all the data. When the communication model is shut off, it functions as a semi-automatic logger. In this case the data is stored on the SD-card and can be gathered manually on site. The integrated USB-port can be used to connect a laptop with the logger. The logger will be recognized as an external device (external hard-drive).