ACR adds networking to SmartReader Plus Data Loggers

  • October 10, 2007
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Surrey, B.C., October 10, 2007- ACR Systems Inc. makes networking and remote downloading of recorded data simple and straight forward. Networked data logging systems are comprised of individual self-powered data loggers connected to an existing computer network via the use of an Ethernet device. Each data logger is a completely independent, self-powered, data collection device with integrated sensors, memory, clock, and battery. Up to 10 of ACR’s SmartReader Plus, multi channel data loggers (up to 80 channels) can be networked to one modem or PC.A networked data logging configuration also enables operators to set up automatic regular downloads of data to one or more locations. The data can then be safely archived for accessibility and can be used to create detailed reports on demand. A networked data logger setup has the same advantages as hard-wired centralized monitoring systems: remote monitoring, alarm notification, automatic data collection and archiving. Centralized monitoring saves on operational costs and guarantees better systems operation since it requires a smaller number of dedicated personnel. The SmartReader Plus network is easy to install, accessible, reliable, and cost-effective. Learn More

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