- June 29, 2011
Eight-page, full-color brochure describes ABB's SM Series of videographic (paperless) recorders for capturing, storing, and analyzing process data.
June 29, 2011 - Eight-page, full-color brochure describes ABB's SM Series of videographic (paperless) recorders for capturing, storing, and analyzing process data. Tthese recorders incorporate advanced designs, clear operator displays, and an intuitive user interface. Ethernet communications allow wide access to process information and historical data while ensuring its security. The brochure first discusses the SM500F field mountable videographic recorder. Users can install this four-channel recorder in hostile environments, offering local access to operational data. Subsequently treated are the SM1000, SM2000, and SM3000 videographic recorders for mounting in control rooms. These differ depending on their I/O, display sizes, operator interfaces, and internal memories. Next the brochure covers user interaction, data security and analysis, and Ethernet communications. Remote access to an SM Series recorder is possible via standard web browsers and GSM technologies. Key process events can trigger email notifications to multiple recipients. Lastly, the brochure includes a grid that calls out the different attributes of the four recorders within the SM videographic series. To download a PDF copy of "SM Series Videographic Recorders," please use the following link: http://www.revbase.com/tt/sl.ashx?z=33b57d1d&dataid=253034 ABB is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 124,000 people.Learn More
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