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Mini On-board Computer / Data-Logger

DLR-10

The DLR-10 is a miniature version of our DL-10 Data-Logger. It analyses the signals received from the counting sensors in real time, then stores the results in memory. It also transfers data from the bus to the office computer.

The microcomputer can record data from up to six sensors. The DLR-10 uses signals from door switches (open/close).

The Data-Logger can use existing cabling, requiring new wiring only for the counting sensors in the doors.

BENEFITS

  • May be connected to up to 6 sensors.
  • Diagnostic lights permit testing major functions.
  • A laptop computer or Palm device can be connected to visualize real-time counts.
  • Data is available in CSV format, compatible with commonly used software such as Excel, Lotus, and Access.
  • The memory can hold 1 to 4 weeks of data.
  • The Data-Logger's rugged design resists the harsh environmental conditions often found in public places.
  • A lithium battery maintains the system's time for more than 2 years in case of power loss.
  • Data is safely stored permanently in flash memory.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

The Data-Logger stores data from counting sensors, then transfers it to the garage computer using the infrared modem, the spread-spectrum modem or the Data-Collector.


Capacity:
Memory: 512 kb - 1024 kb
Sensors: Up to 6 DA-20 can be connected to one DLR-10

Communication:
Interface: Networkable RS-232 or RS-485
Speed: 600 - 230 400 bps

Power:
10 to 20 VDC
Consumption when active: 144 mW, 12 mA
Consumption when idle: 360 mW, 30 MA
(sensors' consumption excluded)

Environment:
Storage temperature: -40 to 60oC / -40 to 140oF
Operation temperature: -40 to 50oC / -40 to 122oF
Humidity: 10-95% not condensing internally

Enclosure:
Type: Printed circuit board
Weight: 50 g / 1,8 oz
Size: 16,3 x 3,9 cm / 6,4 x 1,56 in.
Grey high-impact ABS casing available.

Model:
DLR-10 Miniature data acquisition and analysis system

APPLICATIONS

The DLR-10 miniature Data-Logger can be installed in most entrances and buildings: