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Fourier Systems
Data Acquisition Solutions
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Fourier Systems Ltd.
9635 Huntcliff Trace
Atlanta, GA 30350-2615
Tel: 800-564-2548; 770-587-2082
Fax: 770-587-0744
Cellular: 678-521-8622
e-mail: [email protected]
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Fourier Systems Ltd.
At Fourier Systems we're making an impressive impact on the corporate market as an
innovative provider of compact portable data logging devices and accessories for advanced
data acquisition, communications and analysis. Our products are the ideal cost effective
solution for ongoing data logging needs across the full spectrum of industry, including food
transportation, storage, air conditioning and ventilation, clean rooms, warehouses and
galleries.
Fourier Systems products include the flagship MicroLog device for maintaining quality, the
innovative MicroLogPLUS family that enables remote wireless data logging of up to 200
data loggers, the three platform TriLog data acquisition solution working with Palm, and
the universal, 8 channels, 16bit DaqPRO. Fourier’s robust line of advanced products is designed
to automate and simplify daily data logging tasks. Beyond delivering quality products,
Fourier is dedicated to providing sophisticated solutions that integrate the most advanced
technologies. When it comes to professional data logging, leading companies around the
world count on Fourier to provide them with the most up to date, cost effective equipment.
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Fourier Systems Distributors
Fourier Systems partners with value added
resellers in more than 30 countries across Asia,
Europe, North and South America. Our
“With other data loggers if there is a problem the customer can
only know the source after they have downloaded the data from
the logger onto the computer manually. This is too late. With
Fourier the data is received in real time. Not only data that
distributors have sales experience and expertise
demonstrates the right conditions but also more importantly
in the data logging systems market and
problem data.
understand the importance of commitment to
excellence.
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Girogio Borellini, Giorgio Bormac, Italy
“The singular difference with Fourier, is that they approached
our business needs the same way we approach those of our
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clients…they got on our team and helped as find solutions.
Bob Belveal, President ShelfLife Distributors, USA
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“Avoid losses due to environment conditions, that’s perhaps our “Fourier systems enable us to meet brewery and winery regulatory
most important motto. Fourier data logging solutions help us put
guidelines within our budget, with ease and efficiency and very
these words into action: one can monitor what is happening, be
little staff maintenance.
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it in real-time or not, and with that information take the necessary
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measures to ensure regulations are met.
Andy Correa, Operations Manager Dienst Distributing Co.,
USA
Bruno Carvalho, Product Manager at Educare SA, Portugal
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“I feel my feedback from the field is listened to and acted upon.
They really listen to their customers and develop products
We settled with Fourier because they met our three most
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important criteria: value for money, flexibility and aesthetics.
according to the market need.
Hans Oosterling, Managing Director of CaTeC Bv, Netherlands
Amir Antebi, SITEST, Australia
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Fourier Systems Goals
T commercial and hazard analysis
oday, companies face more stringent
standards than ever before. Whether
centrally monitoring data from a fleet of
trucks or numerous workstations in a
Lab, they all face rigid restrictions and
tightening profit margins. It is these
challenges that Fourier’s wireless and
cost effective solutions cater to.
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Table of Contents
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MicroLog Solution .................................................................................7
MicroLog Data Logger ..............................................................8
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MicroLogPRO Data Logger .....................................................10
Sensors .....................................................................................11
MicroLab Software ..................................................................12
MicroLogPLUS Solution ......................................................................15
MicroLogPLUS Data Logger ...................................................16
MicroLogPLUS Cradle and Receiver ........................................16
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MicroLogPLUS Repeater ..........................................................17
Sensors .....................................................................................19
MicroLabPLUS Software .........................................................20
TriLog Solution ...................................................................................23
TriLog Data Logger .................................................................24
ImagiProbe Software ..............................................................26
DaqLab Software (for TriLog) .................................................28
DaqPRO Solution ................................................................................31
DaqPRO Data Logger ..............................................................32
DaqLab Software (for DaqPRO) .............................................34
Sensors .....................................................................................37
Specifications ......................................................................................39
for MicroLog ............................................................................39
for MicroLogPLUS ...................................................................40
for TriLog .................................................................................41
for DaqPRO ..............................................................................42
Introduction to DatPass for Fourier Software .................................43
Index ...................................................................................................44
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MicroLog™ Solution
A stand-alone compact temperature and humidity data logger
The world’s handiest temperature and humidity data logger
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guarantees perishable and hazardous goods arrive at their destination
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External sensors enable additional data collection
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View up to 30 days min/max history on a small keypad
in perfect condition. A stand-alone compact device for managing all
Large digital display for convenient viewing
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Water and dust proof (IP65)
your data in the most efficient and convenient manner. MicroLog’s
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Built-in quality sensors for temperature and humidity
user friendly display and two-key functionality are hard to beat.
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Infrared communication to a portable printer
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Recording sample rate selected by user
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Records months of data – up to 16,000 samples
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MicroLog
Functionality
Robust, Flexible and Reliable Data
Highly Accurate and Powerful Sensors
Logging
MicroLog records data for months and
Two built-in quality sensors for monitoring
months, even in long-term shipping or
temperature and humidity, and an additional
storage. All data viewing, exporting and
external sensor for adding the sensor of
printing is done with two keys.
your choice, a memory capacity of 16,000
measurements, and a 2-digit display make
MicroLog continuously displays the
the MicroLog the most innovative and
measurements it takes, along with the
powerful device in the market.
maximum and minimum values for a
selected time interval. Users define alarm
levels for the specific shipment and the
display will start flashing when it is crossed.
MicroLog stores minimum and maximum
history for up to 24 hours or 30 days of
data logging.
A hard copy of the data can be instantly
printed on an HP portable printer simply
by scanning MicroLog’s infrared beam at
this portable printer.
MicroLog Types
Type
Internal Sensor
External Sensor
Use and Benefit
Cradle Use
EC600
Temperature
One external sensor channel
Can work with any sensor from the Fourier External Sensor Selection
Cradle and stand-alone
EC650
Temperature and relative humidity
One external sensor channel
Can work with any sensor from the Fourier External Sensor Selection
Cradle and stand-alone
EC6004PC
Temperature
One external sensor channel
Can work with any sensor from the Fourier External Sensor Selection
Cradle only
The 4 pins MicroLog, enables power via the cradle as an alternative to
battery power, using 4th pin
EC6504PC
Temperature and relative humidity
One external sensor channel
Can work with any sensor from the Fourier External Sensor Selection
Cradle and stand-alone
The 4 pins MicroLog, enables power via the cradle as an alternative to
battery power, using 4th pin. Can work with any sensor from the Fourier
External Sensor Selection
EC600RTP
None
One external sensor channel
Enables infrared printing of the last 48 data samples. Alternative to the
minimum/maximum readings provided by other MicroLogs
Cradle and stand-alone
EC670
Temperature and humidity
One external sensor channel
Higher resolution of 10 bits. Enables accurate temperature, humidity and
external sensor measurements
Cradle and stand-alone
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MicroLog Solution
MicroLog Features
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MicroLog
Applications
LCD display
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Quality assurance
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Plant and machine
Hours(s) button
Day(s) button
condition monitoring
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Field monitoring stations
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Automotive testing
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HVAC
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Plant trouble shooting
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Clean rooms
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Museum and Galleries
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Animal living conditions
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Electricity transients fail
detection
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Monitoring of
environmental conditions
MicroLog type
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Food production
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Food storage
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Food transportation
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Drugs storage conditions
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Electronic equipment
transport and storage
IR transmitter
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Water quality testing
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Research
And more…
MicroLog application Example
For one Australian national meat distributor the application process begins in a huge chiller, the
size of a football field, with 7 loading docks on each side. Before the meat is sent to supermarkets
across the country it is divided up into different cuts and combinations and designated a specific
transportation run. On arrival at the designated destination the cuts are divided once again for
local supermarket delivery. The meats’ temperature throughout this process has to be constantly
monitored. It cannot freeze or exceed a certain temperature. Given the vast distances the product
travels this is a high risk that must be managed. The MicroLog is the solution that escorts the
system. The temperature can be regularly monitored with historical analysis reports provided for
management and quality assurance regulatory boards.
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Soon to be released
MicroLogPRO
The new 10bit MicroLog
system
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including pharmaceutical; food production
more accurate readings
and storage; transportation; museums,
Larger sampling memory, 64,000
clean rooms and HVAC to name a few.
samples – longer data storage
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Following the success of the 8bit
MicroLog system we are releasing a
new 10bit MicroLog which, in addition
10bit higher sampling resolution for
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Better LCD display showing the internal
The MicroLogPRO also works with all
and external sensors in their own units
MicroLog external sensors, making it
with at least one decimal point
flexible for use in multi-applications.
Faster sampling rate of 1 per second
The MicroLogPRO solution is accompanied
to the full benefits of the current
product, has the following innovative
new features:
This new product is fully featured enabling
by new releases of the MicroLab and
its use in a wide range of applications
MicroLabPLUS, upwards.
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MicroLog Solution
MicroLog
External Sensors
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Type
Part No.
Benefits
Range
Temperature
DT139
Water-proof.
Wider range.
Faster response time.
-50°C to 100°C
Voltage
DT140
Measures any sensor producing
linear analog 0 – 10 V output.
Convert to measured units with
software calibration option.
0 – 10 V
0-20 mAmp
DT139
Samples any device or transmitter
producing linear current.
Convert to measured units with
software calibration option.
0-20 mAmp
Contact adapter
DT141
Monitors reed relay contacts and
switch status (open/closed).
Identifies correlation between
phenomena like temp. change and
refrigeration door status.
Open/Close
0-14pH adapter
and electrode
DT168
Measures pH.
Software presents data in pH units.
0 – 14 pH
Temperature
PT100
DT252
DT253
Resolution and accuracy of up to
0.1°C.
Full spectrum of temperature
ranges.
Use with any two wires of PT100
sensor.
-10°C to 10°C /
-100°C to 120°C
Temperature with
8m cable
DT093
Shares functionality with DT132.
Allows extended monitoring.
-50°C to 100°C
Conductivity
adapter and
electrode
DT279
Perfect solution for agricultural
applications.
With pH and temp. sensor, this
provides the complete solution for
irrigation and fertilization system
monitoring.
0 – 20 mS
Light sensor
DT163
Intensities in any indoor or outdoor
application environment.
Useful for museums, greenhouse
etc.
0 – 5,000 Lux
MicroLog has internal
temperature and humidity
sensors and can also work with
up to nine external sensors.
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MicroLog Software MicroLab™
MicroLab Features
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EC600 and EC650
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Ability to set-up MicroLog
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MicroLab
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ACCESSORIES
Operating System:
Windows 95/98/
2000/ME/XP/NT4.0
or higher
16MB RAM
10MB Disk space
Screen resolution
800/600 or higher
PC requirements
Windows® 95/98/2000/ME/XP/NT 4.0 or higher
16MB RAM
10MB Disk space
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Downloads from MicroLog
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Sensor definition
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Automatic daily download
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Comments for each data logger
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Graph and table displays
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Automatic data saving
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Alarm levels per MicroLog displays
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Daily status reports in various
Screen resolution 800/600 or higher
MicroLab software can set-up
formats
Download Data map Graph
view
view
Table C°/F°
Alarm
view display view
the MicroLog itself and/or just
download the data that has
been collected and stored in
the data logger. MicroLab
enables further viewing and
data analysis by presenting
data in graphs and tables and
clearly identifying the data
according to the ID number of
the logger it came from and
the threshold level relevant to
that logger. MicroLab
automatically saves the data
and produces daily status
reports of your environment.
Data records can be exported
to your preferred spreadsheet
using MicroLog 2 Excel.
Easy To Use Graphic Interface
Graphic icons provide all the necessary functionality required for the smooth running
of data logging operations. These include typical Open, Save, and Save As functions
that are standard for any Windows® compatible program. More advanced functions
enable downloading data from MicroLog devices, setting alarm thresholds, attaching
32-character comments to specific devices and defining the display option that suits
your specific needs for any given logging task.
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Set-up
Define sensors and screen: Display properties next to each
MicroLab is used in the set-up process for configuring the
other
MicroLog parameters, such as sampling rate, type of sensors to
External sensors, which can be monitored by the MicroLab include
be measured, setting alarm levels and logging modes e.g.
not just various ranges of temperature, but also voltage, current
continuous or for one logging session.
and contact. MicroLog and MicroLab allow the use of any kind
of transducer and to convert the reading to an actual parameter
relevent for that sensor. Here the voltage reading has been
converted to a pressure parameter.
Format set-up
MicroLab’s format set-up allows the date and decimal place to
be altered for data readings.
MicroLog 2 Excel
MicroLog 2 Excel takes MicroLog data and seamlessly transfers
it to an Excel spreadsheet based on the sampling rate and external
sensors that were predefined by the user. A single click on the
‘downloading’ icon transfers the entire stored data memory of
a MicroLog device to Excel. A similar version for the MAC
Appleworks® spreadsheet is also available.
Daily download
The wireless MicroLogPLUS system monitors the environment
from up to 200 locations. The data from each unit is transmitted
according to pre-defined time settings to MicroLab. During each
transmission the MicroLab receives a full day’s data from every
MicroLog and presents it in clear graphical displays.
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MicroLab software is FDA Title 21 CFR Part 11 compliant.
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MicroLogPLUS™ Solution
A system for wireless monitoring of up to 200 data loggers
The MicroLogPLUS is a unique system based on the MicroLog, a mini
temperature and humidity data logger. The MicroLogPLUS knows
your environment, controlling your data and saving your money.
MicroLogPLUS allows users to communicate with up to 200 MicroLogs
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and receive all real-time measurements on one computer. The
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MicroLogPLUS incorporates wireless communication between the
loggers and the PC, keeping your goods in great condition and saving
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License free wireless communication
Handles data from up to 200 MicroLogs at up to 300m
Small whip antennae for indoor application
High gain external antennae for mobile applications
Programmable audio and visual alarms for when data thresholds
are crossed
Two open collector output for controlling other devices set at
low and high alarm levels
Screw terminal board enabling the user to conveniently power
the cradle, connect external sensors and use the open collector
output
USB and Serial communication ports for the PC, used for
one-time cradle set-up
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MicroLogPLUS
Functionality
MicrLogPLUS integrates:
The MicroLog Data Logger
Containing built-in sensors for temperature and
humidity and an analog input port compatible with
almost any kind of external sensor.
The MicroLog Cradle
A mount for the logger is also a wireless (RF)
transmitter that transmits readings at user-set intervals
to a remote PC monitoring station for observation
and data storage. It also provides an alarm functionality
which can activate an internal audio alarm as well as
control and open collector digital outputs. These
Just think how much time you
allow the user to connect to any external devices
are wasting daily having to
when alarm thresholds are crossed.
download each of the data
loggers scattered in the
The MicroLog Receiver
A small RF receiver that connects to the monitoring
warehouse of the production
station computer. The MicroLogPLUS management
plant. Using the MicroLogPLUS
control software lets you control and monitor up to
all data will arrive directly to
your computer and in real-time!
200 MicroLog Logger devices from a remotely located
computer, by transmitting the data recordings to the
receiver.
Each cradle is tagged with an ID number. Cradles
transmit data in different time slots according to their
ID in order to prevent data collision between two or
more cradles. The cradle memory can be either
automatically or manually downloaded every day.
Screw Terminal Board
Increasing the versatility and mobility of the
MicroLogPLUS is the screw terminal board, which
allows the user to connect the DC power, external
sensors, contact sensors, position sensors, or alarm
open/relay collectors directly to the circuit board. This
ensures the product is suitable for a wide range of
applications.
External Antennae
This magnet antennae makes the MicroLogPLUS a
valuable solution for more mobile applications such
as transportation fleets. It also acts to improve the
power and strength of the RF signal, enabling
transmission through obstacles such as refrigerator
walls.
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MicroLogPLUS Repeater
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between the logger and receiver is greater
receiver on the PC. It collects the data from
than 300m. In response to this challenge,
all RF cradles using the built-in internal
Given the reality of most application
Fourier has developed the Repeater, a new
receiver and using the internal transmitter
environments the line of communication
product which aims to ensure the receiver
sends the data on the final leg to the PC
between the MicroLogPLUS receiver and
picks up data from all the transmitting
receiver.
MicroLog data loggers is not always direct.
units. The repeater is a
There are two most commonly found
receiver and transmitter
situations, firstly where there is no line of
in one. The Repeater is
sight, due to obstacles such as stairs or
situated between the
walls and secondly where the distance
data logging unit and the
MicroLogPLUS Features
Internal
Antennae
External sensor input
External antennae
Transmission button
USB socket
DC power
input
RS232 serial
communications
cable
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LED indicator
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MicroLogPLUS
Two types of
cradle:
Alarm Cradle
The MicroLog cradle
accommodates an additional
external sensor, input
RS232 or USB Computer Serial
Interface, and a hardware
alarm that operates sound
The MicroLog cradle can be
and/or light alarms.
used as a mount to enable
advanced RF wireless
communications between
MicroLog data logging devices
and computers. A simple plug
'n play operation only requires
installing the cradle at the data
logging location, and installing
a small MicroLog Receiver at
the PC location, so that Fourier
can automate most of your
daily data logging tasks.
Wireless Cradle with Alarm
A wireless cradle that can
accommodate an additional
external sensor, RS232 or USB
Computer Serial Interface, and
a hardware alarm that operates
sound and/or light alarms.
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MicroLogPLUS
Applications
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Quality assurance
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Plant and machine
condition monitoring
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Field monitoring stations
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Automotive testing
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HVAC
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Plant trouble shooting
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Clean rooms
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Museum and Galleries
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Animal living conditions
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Electricity transients fail
detection
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Monitoring of
environmental conditions
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Food production
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Food storage
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Food transportation
A strategic leading, global healthcare company required online data and proactive alerts. With
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Drugs storage conditions
many different chemicals stored at various temperatures, across a number of locations, they needed
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Electronic equipment
MicroLogPLUS Application Example
a quality control and logging system to monitor all thresholds throughout the environment from
transport and storage
one desktop. MicroLogPLUS has added features to provide immediate feedback throughout data
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Water quality testing
recording with pre-defined SMS and email messages that are set to certain parameters in the Lab.
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Research
When the thresholds are crossed, staff onsite, or anywhere in the world can receive written alerts,
all defining the location and data values of the crossed threshold.
MicroLogPLUS External Sensors
MicroLogPLUS works with all MicroLog sensors - see page
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PC requirements
Windows® 95/98/2000/ME/XP/NT 4.0 or higher
16MB RAM
10MB Disk space
Wireless communication with up
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MicroLog set-up including:
to 200 MicroLogs
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Sensor definition
Real-time multiple parameter
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Sensor calibration
sensor readings
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ID number for cradles
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Data displayed in meters or graphs
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Alarm levels and properties of
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Visual and Audio alarms when
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Operating System:
Windows 95/98/
2000/ME/XP/NT4.0
or higher
16MB RAM
10MB Disk space
Screen resolution
800/600 or higher
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Screen resolution 800/600 or higher
The MicroLogPLUS receiver picks
up wireless transmissions from up
to 200 MicroLogs and transfers
them to the MicroLabPLUS
software. The software’s user
friendly color coding provides easy
to read reports on the status of
the entire environment from one
screen.
The online monitoring of the
MicroLogPLUS software provides
multiple meters and graphs
running continuously. Samples of
up to every 10 seconds provide an
almost constant impression of any
environment. An online
reconstructed picture of the
working environment indicates
pictorially where the sensors are
sitting and allows for immediate
alert identification and resolution.
The software not only stores the
data of each MicroLog, but can
also set the MicroLog alarm level,
sampling rate and all other
necessary parameters.
loggers
data exceeds thresholds
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Comments for each logger
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Email and cell-phone notification
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Sampling rates: every 10 secs.
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Battery level displayed
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Automatic data savings and
to 2 hours
exports to Excel
MicroLabPLUS is the ideal
solution for multiple data
logging applications in:
Museums, Laboratories,
Supermarkets, Food
transportation, Storage,
Air conditioning and
ventilation, clean room,
warehouses and art
galleries.
These types of
application involve the
recording of
temperature, humidity or
one of the Fourier
external sensors, in many
locations, making the
MicroLabPLUS the best
solution for collecting
and handling this data.
When predefined
thresholds are crossed
MicroLabPLUS sends an
email or SMS alarm
message automatically
with the unit details.
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C°/F°
Bar
Graph
display view view
History
Cradle map
view
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Scroll
Scroll
Alarm
mannual automatic on/off
View Screens
Real-time temperature and humidity readings
can be seen with Visual alerts when the
logger crosses predefined thresholds. The
display shows readings both in graphical or
meter views as well as being able to set
against a photographic repressentation of
the working environment.
Auto Set-up
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The software automatically programs the
MicroLogPLUS transmission interval and
sampling rates to prevent RF signal collision
and to make multiple system set-up very
easy in three simple steps.
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History
For meeting quality standards MicroLabPLUS
provides historical reports.
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TriLog™ Solution
A triple platform data logger: stand-alone, slot on
to PALM® Pilot or be connected to the PC & MAC
The TriLog brings powerful and mobile data acquisition to the “Palm”
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of your hand with triple platform ability in the single TriLog solution.
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Simultaneous collection of up to 4 inputs of data
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Keypad and LCD display for an independent, stand-alone
TriLog slots behind the Palm providing the data logger with much
of the capacity of a real hand held computer, while still remaining
operation
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Sophisticated data analysis via the Palm's large graphical
display
an accessible and affordable data logger. Ideal for mobility and
outdoor monitoring, the TriLog allows data to be analyzed in graph
Data logging with the power of a computer in your hand
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Huge and powerful memory allowing for extended
monitoring periods
and table form, or even exported to a spreadsheet all in the palm
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High sample rate ensuring real time data measurements
of the hand.
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12bit analog resolution
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Built-in rechargeable battery
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Aesthetic and compact
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TriLog
Functionality
The TriLog can connect to the following sensors:
4 - 20 mA, 0 - 5 V and stainless steel temperature
sensors. Through the current and voltage sensors users
are able to monitor all industrial transmitters. They can
also define their own sensors and view reading in their
sensors units.
The new TriLog sensor’s interface enables data collection
by mobile and stationary computers and when detached
it can be left in a remote location to continue logging
data. The TriLog is compatible with most available Palm
handhelds.
USB and serial outputs enable connection with additional
software to Windows computers. The TriLog features
up to four inputs, support for digital, linear and nonlinear sensors. The product collects samples at rates of
up to 20,800 data samples a second, or if preferred,
as slowly as one per hour, depending on your
application’s specific needs.
Sensors for
TriLog
ImagiProbe for Palm
Stand-alone
data logger
DaqLab
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TriLog Features
Up to 4 simultaneous sensor inputs
DC input
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TriLog
Applications
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Quality assurance
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Plant and machine
LCD display
condition monitoring
Removable
rechargeable
battery for
truly portable
logging
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Field monitoring stations
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Automotive testing
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HVAC
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Plant trouble shooting
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Clean rooms
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Museum and Galleries
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Animal living conditions
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Electricity transients fail
detection
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Monitoring of
environmental conditions
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Food production
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Food storage
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Food transportation
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Drugs storage conditions
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Electronic equipment
transport and storage
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Water quality testing
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4 button keyboard for independent logging without the PALM
TriLog Application Example
A Dutch flower producer and manufacturer needed to monitor leaf moisture to ensure
a constant level of 8% humidity. The TriLog helped establish a more efficient and
portable system by attaching a 4 to 20mA cable to the TriLog and receiving immediate
humidity readings. The technician had the ability to see any change during the process
and was able to prevent expensive damage to crops. Given the portability of the TriLog
the Lab technician was able to cover the large expanse of the production floor with
the TriLog attached to his personal Palm handheld computer. Later he was able to
download his readings to his desktop PC, print quality reports and log history files.
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The TriLog data logger comes with two software packages, one for the PC and one for the Palm.
In combination with the TriLog data logger, these software packs enable real-time sensor-based
data collection and visualization. Data can be easily moved to a desktop computer via the Palm’s
Hot Sync procedure. Once on the desktop data can be imported to any analysis or spreadsheet
application.
ImagiProbe™ Software for TriLog
Operating System:
Palm OS 3.1 or higher
and 350k of available
space
ImagiProbe 3.0 is
available for all
Universal Connector
Palm handhelds
(m130, m500, m505,
m515, zire-71,
Tungsten)
ImagiProbe for TriLog features
•
Sample data manually, at intervals
•
Record notes, sketches or
•
Transfer to PC for further analysis
annotations
or schedules
•
Receive data from 4 sensors
or reports
simultaneously
•
Sampling rates of 1 per hour to
20,800 per second
•
•
Data display in graph, table, or bar
chart
Indicators to alert when thresholds
are crossed
The ImagiProbe software
enables the quick setup and
organization of data collection
episodes. Data and related
notes can easily be moved to
the computer from the TriLog
via the Palm HotSync
procedure. ImagiProbe
software collects data samples
from the TriLog and displays
them as a line graph, table or
bar chart.
Setup 1
With ImagiProbe software setting up is made easy. This can be done directly from the
Palm via the software. The first step just requires the user to define the sensors that
are going to be measured with.
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Setup 2
Once the sensors have been defined then the sampling
rates are selected from a range of 10 to 20,800.
The final step involves establishing the length of
recording time required.
Preview your selections to check everything is
satisfactory and then begin collecting data.
ImagiProbe graph
Within the graph you can zoom in to any point or
tap anywhere on the graph to display the data points
values
ImagiProbe note
By taping the notes icon users can add a note to the
graph which can later be used in production process
analysis
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DaqLab™ Software for TriLog
DaqLab for TriLog features
DaqLab™ 1.0
for TriLog and DaqPRO
•
Graphical analysis Windows based
•
PC requirements
Windows® 95/98/2000/ME/XP/NT 4.0 or higher
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10MB Disk space
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Readings of defined sensor’s units
from TriLog
software
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Operating System:
Windows 95/98/
2000/ME/XP/NT4.0
or higher
16MB RAM
10MB Disk space
Screen resolution
800/600 or higher
•
Definition of alarm levels on
Screen resolution 800/600 or higher
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graphs
TriLog
.
•
Numeric or graphical data display
•
On-line retrieval and display of
real-time data
•
Setup wizard for TriLog
•
Export and import to/from
spreadsheets
•
More than 30 analytical functions
for professional analysis
advanced graphical analysis
software that displays data
recording results. The software
allows the logger to be
programmed and runs online
or offline, making it versatile
for any working environment
where the benefits of the
TriLog’s three platform
versatility are harnessed.
The TriLog also comes with the DaqLab graphical analysis software for PC Windows
platforms. The DaqLab can be programmed from the TriLog keypad. The DaqLab
software also allows setup via the DaqLab setup wizard.
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Run Stop Download Meter Data map
Setup view view
Graph
view
Table
view
Functions
Line fit
Derivative
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Alarm
view
Main Screen
Data can now be controlled and displayed
as measurements deriving from the TriLog
data logger on a PC computer.
Data Analysis
The DaqLab software not only provides
real time data readings, but there are
extensive features allowing for alternative
methods of data display and analysis.
Import Palm Data
With Daqlab your data can be imported
directly from the Palm using the Palm Hot
Sync procedure.
Meter Views
Data can be displayed in a number of userfriendly and easy to understand formats
including tables, graphs and meter.
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DaqLab software when used in conjunction with DatPass is FDA Title 21
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DaqPRO™ Solution
All-in-one system for universal data acquisition and analysis
The DaqPRO is a portable battery operated data acquisition
•
Stand-alone operation sampling and display
and logging system offering 16 bits resolution 8 channel
•
7.2V rechargeable battery
•
8 input channels
data logging. DaqPRO features a powerful graphical display
•
16 bit sampling resolution
and analysis functionality for measuring voltage, current
•
Sampling – up to 4,000 samples per second on one input
frequency and temperature. It is designed to provide a
•
Large data storage of 1MB RAM, up to 100 sampling sessions
•
Large graphical display showing collected data as measured values, graphs
professional, compact, stand-alone low cost data logging
system for a wide variety of applications.
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or tables
•
Setup via the DAQPRO keypad
•
Fast communication channels: USB
•
Ability to scale readings to meaningful engineering units (e.g. bar, ppm)
•
Built-in clock and calendar
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On screen text editing, adds more information to collected data
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DaqPRO
Functionality
The DaqPRO with its high resolution and fast analog to Digital
converter (ADC) will meet the data logging requirements in most
industrial applications. The ability to show measured values and
to analyze them on its graphical display eliminates the need to
download collected data to a computer for further analysis. The
DaqPRO is the perfect choice for remote logging and ideal for use
as a mobile measuring device for the industrial environment.
Fourier has responded to a clear market need by providing a data
acquisition solution that sits between the single or dual data
logger and the large, cumbersome and expensive 32 channel
stationary data logger. The DaqPRO is a universal data acquisition
unit which enables each input to be individually defined to measure
a different parameter. This unique flexibility enables data readings
across the full range of parameters in any corporate environment,
no matter how large, complex or busy. DaqPRO’s versatility has
made it the number one choice across a range of environments
including factories, laboratories and hospitals.
The DaqPRO pack comes with:
•
DaqPRO data logger
•
Power adapter
•
DaqLab software
•
USB communication cable
•
DaqPRO manual
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DaqPRO Features
DaqPRO
Applications
Detachable screw terminal
LCD display
•
Quality assurance
•
Plant and machine
condition monitoring
USB port
•
Field monitoring stations
•
Automotive testing
•
HVAC
•
Plant trouble shooting
•
Clean rooms
•
Museum and Galleries
•
Animal living conditions
•
Electricity transients fail
detection
•
Monitoring of
environmental conditions
•
Food production
•
Food storage
•
Food transportation
•
Drugs storage conditions
•
Electronic equipment
transport and storage
On/Off switchs Forward Enter/Start Escape/Stop
Forward
•
Water quality testing
•
Research
And more…
DaqPRO Application Example
An electronic boards factory in the US was facing a challenge in their re-flow ovens during overnight
production. At some point the temperature was dropping below 200°C leading to a halt in the
soldering of the boards; however the technicians couldn’t locate where in the different temperature
zones of the 3m oven the drop occurred. The DaqPRO enabled easy identification of malfunction
location. Using four temperature thermocouples and over one night recording the varying
temperatures, a report could be provided in the morning clearly showing the problem area.
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DaqLab™ Software for DaqPRO
DaqLab for DaqPRO features
DaqLab™
for TriLog and DaqPRO
•
Graphical analysis Windows based
•
PC requirements
Windows® 95/98/2000/ME/XP/NT 4.0 or higher
yr
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10MB Disk space
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Operating System:
Windows 95/98/
2000/ME/XP/NT4.0
or higher
16MB RAM
10MB Disk space
Screen resolution
800/600 or higher
•
Full calibration of DaqPRO via
Screen resolution 800/600 or higher
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Accompanying the DaqPRO is
the DaqLab graphical analysis
software
DaqPRO
.
•
Numeric or graphical data display
•
On-line retrieval and display of
real-time data
•
Setup wizard for DaqPRO
•
Definition of up to 20 new sensors
•
Definition of alarm levels on
graphs
•
Export and import to/from
spreadsheets
•
software. Data results can be
More than 30 analytical functions
for professional analysis
displayed both online and
offline and can then be
analyzed using the more than
thirty analysis functions the
Run Stop Download Meter Data map
Setup view view
Graph
view
Table
view
Functions
Line fit
Derivative
Alarm
view
software provides. DaqLab also
enables set up of the DaqPRO
logger as well as definition of
new sensors and calibration of
logger. The software provides
historical records for quality
assurance and reports can be
saved to Excel or Word.
The DaqPRO comes with the DaqLab graphical analysis software for PC Windows
platforms.
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Main Screen
Data can now be controlled and displayed as
measurements deriving from the DaqPRO data
logger on a PC.
Setup Screen
From the DaqLab one can setup the DaqPRO for
the next logging session.
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Data Analysis
DaqLab provides real-time data readings and
extensive features for data display and analysis.
Analysis wizard enables the user various options
including curve fit and average calculation of
readings.
Simply by clicking the linear fit icon on the tool bar,
DaqLab fits a linear regression to data. This enables
users to establish patterns across groups of data
points.
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Meter Views
Data can be displayed in a number of user-friendly
and easy to understand formats including tables,
graphs and meter.
Please note DaqPRO enables the user to set two
alarm levels which are indicated on the software
when thresholds are crossed.
DaqPRO Sensors
•
8 differential inputs
•
Selectable type for each input: 0 - 24 mA, 0 - 50 mV, 0 - 10 V, NTC, PT-100, Thermocouple
J, K, T, pulse and frequency (Input 1 only)
For further sensor information see DaqPRO Specifications on Page 42
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MicroLog
MicroLog Data Logger
Models
EC600
EC650
Temperature and external sensor
data logger
Temperature, relative humidity and
external sensor data logger
Input (Built In Sensors)
Temperature
-30ºC to 50ºC
(resolution 0.5ºC, accuracy 0.6ºC)
Relative Humidity
0-100%
(resolution 0.5%, accuracy ± 3%)
Output
• Two digit 7-segment LCD
• IRDA interface to portable HP
printer
• RS-232 cable connection to the
PC
Memory capacity
16,000 samples
Power supply
• Internal lithium battery: 3.6V
TL5902
• Battery life: Approximately two
years
Sampling rate
User defined: From 1 per 10 seconds
to 1/two hours
Dimensions
• Thickness: 22.9mm
• Round: 72mm diameter
• Weight: 55gr
Standards
• Water and dust proof IP65
standard
• compliance, for EC 600 model
• CE and FCC standard compliance
MicroLab Software
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Running on WINDOWS 95/98/2000/ME/XP and NT
Fast data download from the MicroLog
Graphic visualization of the MicroLog data
Data displayed in Graphs and Tables
Data Export to EXCEL
Graphic analysis tools such as Markers, Zoom
Data Map allowing the users to easily see many
MicroLog data loggers in one screen
MicroLog SETUP windows, for setting up the MicroLog
sample rate, sensors and alarm level
MicroLog sensor calibration
Display of MicroLog Battery Level
Working with the wireless MicroLog cradle and Receiver
Showing daily reports of a fleet of data loggers
Visual alarm levels on the Graph and Table
External Sensors
Temperature Sensor
This MicroLog sensor takes external temperature
measurements in a wider range than the internal temperature
sensor. With a faster response time than the internal sensor,
it enables measuring materials that cannot be measured
with the internal sensor.
Range:
Resolution:
-50ºC to 100ºC
• Better than 1ºC
• Between -20º to 75º
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Probe Length:
Probe OD:
Max. temperature:
±2% of reading
100mm
3.2mm
150ºC
pH Sensor
Will help you monitor pH level of liquids.
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
1-14pH
0.116pH
2% of reading
Calibration single point, done with a small trimmer on
the sensor.
0-10 Voltage Sensor
A general sensor that will measure any device or transmitter
that produces a linear analog 0-10V output. The voltage
can easily be converted to the correct measured units
with the help of the MicroLab program.
Range:
Accuracy:
Input Impedance:
Calibration:
OV protection:
Resolution:
0-10V
± 3% before calibration
3M
Two point calibration
+30V
0.05V
Ordering Information
Part No.
MicroLog
EC600
EC650
Description
Temperature data logger
Temperature and relative humidity
data logger
External Sensors
DT132
DT140
DT139
DT141
DT168
DT018
DT132N
DT163
DT093
DT252
DT253
DT279
Temperature Sensor
0-10 Voltage Sensor
0-20 mA Current Sensor
Contact Adapter
pH Adapter
pH Electrode
Needle probe
Light
General 8m cable probe
PT100 -100°C to 10°C
PT100 100°C to 120°C
Conductivity electrode
Cradle
DT174
DT175
Alarm Cradle
Wireless Cradle with Alarm
0-20 mA Current Sensor
This MicroLog external sensor can sample any device or
transmitter, producing a linear current between 0-20 mA.
The 0-20 mA can be converted to the correct measured
units by using MicroLab’s calibration option.
Software (Windows® 95/98/2000/ME/XP)
PC-KIT
MicroLab™
(Graphic data logging interface)
SFTMCL007
MicroLab™ Plus
(Central data logging administration)
SFTMCL009
MicroLog 2 Excel™
(Export to standard worksheet
programs accessory application)
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
Calibration:
OC protection:
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0-20 mA
±0.1 mA
± 3% before calibration
Two point calibration
55 mA
Contact Adapter
This MicroLog sensor monitors reed relay contacts and
switch status (open/closed), to identify the correlation
between phenomena such as temperature change and
door status.
Range:
Open/Close
Connector:
Screw Terminal
Cable Length:
2.5 m
Internal Pull-Up Resistor: No need for external power
source
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Specifications
MicroLogPLUS
MicroLogPLUS Data Logger
Models
• EC600 temperature and external
sensor data logger
• EC650 temperature, relative
humidity and external sensor data
logger
Inputs (Two built-in sensors)
Temperature
-30ºC – 50ºC
(resolution 0.5ºC, accuracy ±0.6ºC)
Relative Humidity 0 – 90 %
(resolution 0.5%, accuracy ±3%)
External Sensors
Voltage
Current
Temperature
PT100 Temperature
pH
Outputs
0 – 10 V
0 – 20 mA
-50 – 100 ºC
-10 – 10 °C
-100 – 120 °C
0 – 14 pH
• Three digit 7 segment LCD
• IRDA interface to HP-printer
• RS232 serial communication at
19,200 bps
Power Supply
Internal
External
Lithium battery, 3.6V
6 – 30 V, minimum 300mA
European RF Transmission
• EMC conformant to
EN 301 489-3
• Type approved to
ETS 300-220
• Usable range to 300m
(75m indoors)
• 418 (UK) & 433.92MHz
• 1mW on 418MHz, 10mW on
433.92MHz
• 2nd harmonic < -60dBc
• 16cm length antenna
North America RF Transmission
•
EMC conformant to
EN 301 489-3, FCC PART 15.249
•
Usable range to 120m
(30m indoors)
•
1mW at 914.5MHz
•
Harmonics/spurious emissions
-55dBc
•
8cm length antenna
MicroLabPLUS Software
Data Displaying (from up to 200 MicroLogs)
• Real-time temperature and humidity readings
• Visual alarm when the logger crosses an upper or lower
alarm threshold for temperature or humidity
• Battery level
• An Excel file containing all of the measured data received
from the device
• email/SMS messaging
Setting up the MicroLog
• The ID of each of the monitors
• The alarm levels of each monitor comment
• The sampling rate from every minute to every hour
Minimum PC requirements
• Windows 95/98/2000/XP/NT
• 6MB available disk space
• CD ROM drive for software installation
• Available communication port
Ordering Information
Memory Capacity 16,000 recording samples
CE and FCC standard compliance
Part No.
Power Supply
Internal Battery
Battery Life
MicroLogPLUS Receiver
EC600
EC650
Lithium - 3.6V 1.2AH 1/2AA
Approximately two years,
replaceable
(May vary when connecting external
sensor)
Sampling Rate
User Defined
From every 10sec to every 2h
Dimensions
Round
Thickness
Weight
72mm diameter
22.9mm
55gr
European Version
• Usable range to 300m
(75m indoors)
• One RS232 communication
port to the computer
Power Supply
Internal
External
RF Receiver
CE and FCC standard compliance
MicroLogPLUS Cradle
Cradle Alarms
• Audible Alarm
• Visual Alarm Led
Connectors
2000 samples holding the sensor
samples
• 4-pin flat connection to the
MicroLog
• 4-pin flat connection to any
MicroLog external sensor
• Screw Terminal Board
connections:
- Power supply: DC 6-30 V
- External sensor
- External contact sensor
- High alarm open collector
30V/2A
- Low alarm relay open collector
30V/2A
• Red LED indicating RF signal
• Green LED indicating valid
data being received
• Type approved to ETS 300-220
CE and FCC standard compliance
North America Version
• Usable range to 120m
(30m indoors)
• RS232 communication port to
the PC
Serial Communication Channels
• RS232 at 19.2Kbps
• USB at 1.5Mbps
Cradle Memory
Lithium battery 3.6V, 1.2AH,
1/2AA
AC/DC 6V adapter
Power Supply
Internal
External
RF Receiver
Description
Temperature data logger
Temperature and relative humidity
data logger
DT132
External temperature sensor
DT252
External PT100 temperature sensor
-10 – 10 °C
DT253
External PT100 temperature sensor
-100 – 120 °C
DT140
External 0 – 10 V adapter
DT139
External 0 – 20 mA adapter
DT141
External contact sensor
DT175
Transmitter and alarm cradle
DT152
MicroLog Plus receiver
SFTMCL007 MicroLab Plus software
SFTMCL012 MicroLog Delux
DT047
Serial communication cable
DT180
USB communication cable
DT242
110/6V AC/DC receiver adapter
DT243
220/6V AC/DC receiver adapter
DT245
220/6V AC/DC transmitter adapter
DT246
110/6V AC/DC transmitter adapter
DT086
3.6V Lithium battery
10940
External antennae
DT163
Light
DT279
Conductivity electrode
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Lithium battery 3.6V, 1.2AH, 1/2AA
AC/DC 6V adapter
• Red LED indicating Ext power
connected
• Green LED indicating valid data
being received
CE and FCC standard compliance
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TriLog Data Logger
Inputs
Mode:
Up to 4 simultaneous analog inputs
with automatic sensor identification
Outputs
• RS-232 PC Host Interface at 38,400 bps
• USB PC Host interface at 1.1Mbps PALM m Series
interface at 19,200 bps
Sampling
• Built-in timer for delayed logging
• Backup memory battery: 3V Lithium battery saving
samples data for up to 5 years
• Automatic data recovery after power failure
• Built-in clock & calendar
• Built-in battery charger for charging the 2.4 NiMH
internal battery
• Automatic shut off after 15 minutes
• Event recording
• User defined sensors
Compatiable Models of Palm
Capacity:
Sampling rate:
Up to 256,000 memory cells
Variable, 1 sample/hour to
14,000 sample/sec
Tungsten T
Tungsten W
Zire-71
M130
M515
Resolution
12 bit (4096 levels)
Software
MultiLab 1.2, ImagiProbe 3.0
Man Machine Interface
Weight
160gr
• Full keypad operation enabling manual programming of
the TriLog
• Alphanumeric LCD
Standards Compliance
CE, FCC
Ordering Information
Part No.
Description
IPEX01
DT210
DT207
DT267
DT268
IMAGIPROBE3.0
SFTDAQ001
DT228V
DT234
DT233
V11304
11312
TriLog data logger
Serial communication cable
USB mini communication cable
220/6V AC/DC adapter
110/6V AC/DC adapter
ImagiProbe software
MultiLab 1.2 software
Voltage sensor 0 – 5 V
Current sensor 4 – 20 miliamp
Temperature sensor -100 – 150 ºC
3V lithium battery
2.4 NiMH internal battery
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Power Supply
Voltage supply:
Internal rechargeable 2.4V NiMH
battery, external 6V DC input
Operating Temp. Range
0°C to 50°C
Features
• Stand-alone operation - working and sampling without
connection to a PC
• PC/MAC on line sampling
• Palm interface
• Automatic or manual sensor identification
• Saving and loading of last setup
• Triggering
• Automatic calibration of offset sensors
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Range
Voltage 0 – 5 V
Current 4 – 20 milliamp
Temp.
-50 – 150 ºC
Accuracy
1%
1%
1%
Resolution
1.5mV
5µA
0.1ºC
Analysis Software
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Running on Windows 95/98/2000/ME/XP/NT
Fast data download from TriLog
Data displayed in numeric or graphical display forms
Storage of selected data on disk files
Hard copy printing of the collected data
Direct data export to EXCEL
On-line retrieval and display of data in real-time
Incorporating data processing functions
Setting up the TriLog
Defining new sensors
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Specifications
DaqPRO
Inputs (DaqPRO 5300)
• 8 differential inputs
• Selectable type for each input: 0-24mA, 0-50mV,
0-10V, NTC, PT-100, Thermocouple, Pulse and frequency
(Input 1 only)
0-24mA
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
Loop impedance:
0-24mA
0.47µA
±0.5% FS
195Ω
0-50mV
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
0-50mV
3µV
±0.5% FS
0-10V
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
Input impedance:
0-10V
200µV
±0.5% FS
125KΩ
Temperature NTC
NTC:
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
10/100KΩ resistor
-25 – 150ºC
0.05ºC
±0.5% FS
Temperature PT-100
Range:
-200 – 400ºC
Resolution:
0.1ºC (7mΩ)
Accuracy:
±0.5% FS
The DaqPRO offers up to 8 PT-100 2 wire channels or 4
PT-100 3 wire Channels
Temperature Thermocouple J
Range:
-200 – 1200ºC
Resolution:
0.1ºC (1µV)
Accuracy:
±0.5% FS
Cold junction compensation error: ±0.5ºC
Temperature thermocouple K
Range:
-250 – 1200ºC
Resolution:
0.1ºC (1µV)
Accuracy:
±0.5% FS
Cold junction compensation error: ±0.5ºC
Temperature thermocouple T
Range:
-200 – 400ºC
Resolution:
0.1ºC (1µV)
Accuracy:
±0.5% FS
Cold junction compensation error: ±0.5ºC
Internal temperature
Range:
Resolution:
Accuracy:
-25 – 70ºC
0.1ºC (1µV)
±0.5% FS
Pulse counter (Input 1 only)
Optocoupler input
Range:
Input signal:
Input impedance:
band width:
0-65,000
0-5V
470Ω
0-50hz
General A to D specifications
Noise:
Internal linearity error:
Offset error:
30µV rms
±0.08% of FSR
0.1%
Ordering Information
Part No.
Description
Open collector output (Output 8)
Maximum current sink:
50mA (fuse
protected)
Input impedance:
50Ω
DaqPRO-5300
Communication
USB 1.1 compliant
DT177
AC029
DT267
DT180
DaqPRO data logger, user manual,
carrying case, AC/DC adapter
DaqLab Windows analysis software,
communication cable
Weather box
12V Solar cell and battery
12V AC/DC adapter
USB communication cable
Sampling
Capacity:
Analog sampling rate:
Analog sampling resolution:
512KB
Variable,
1 sample/hour to
4,000 samples/sec,
1 channel
16 bits
SFTDAQ001
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Man Machine Interface
• Full keyboard operation - enables manual
programming of the logger
• Graphic LCD 64x128 pixels
Power Supply
• Internal rechargeable 7.2V NiCa battery
• Built in battery charger
• External 9V to 12V DC input
• Battery life: 40 hours between charges
Operating Temperature Range
0 to 50°C
Casing
Plastic ABS box
Dimensions:
Weight:
182x100x28 mm
450gr
Standards Compliance
CE, FCC
Analysis Software
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Running on Windows 95/98/2000/ME/XP and NT
Fast data download from the DaqPRO
Data displayed in numeric or graphical display forms
Graphical analysis tools such as Zoom and Cursors
Storage of selected data on disk files
Hard copy printing of the collected data
Direct data export to EXCEL
On-line retrieval and display of data in real-time
Incorporating data processing functions
Setting up the DaqPRO
Calibrating the DaqPRO
Defining new sensors
Accessories
• Carrying case
• Solar cell and battery for field data logging
• Weather box complies with the IP-67 standard for
protecting the DaqPRO while working in field
applications
Frequency meter (input 1 only)
Optocoupler input
Range:
20-4,000Hz
Input signal:
0-5V
Input impedance:
470Ω
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DatPass
™
What is Title 21 CFR Part 11?
CFR is a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued regulation Title 21 Code of
Federal Regulations, Part 11. This provides the criteria for acceptance by FDA,
under certain circumstances, of electronic-records, electronic-signatures, and
Fourier Administration
software complies with Title
21 Code of Federal
Regulations Part 11
handwritten signatures which have been executed to electronic records as
equivalents to paper records and handwritten signatures executed on paper.
The intention of these regulations, which apply to all FDA program areas, are
to permit the widest possible use of electronic technology, compatible with
FDA’s responsibility to promote and protect public health.
Part 11 applies to any record governed by an existing FDA predicate rule that
is created, modified, maintained, archived, retrieved, or transmitted using
computers and/or saved on durable storage media.
What is DatPass?
DatPass is basically a user administration software which supports the assignment
of passwords and operating privileges for Fourier industry application software.
DatPass works with Fourier MicroLab, MicroLabPLUS and DaqLab. DatPass defines
the users that can log onto the DatPass being used, their passwords and the
digital signatures needed for electronic records.
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Product Name Index
Item
Part No.
Location
AC/DC Adapter 12V (DPRO)
DT246
P42
AC/DC Adaptor 110/6V (Tri)
DT268
P41
AC/DC Adaptor 220/6V (TRI)
DT267
P41
AC/DC Receiver Adaptor 110/6V (MPLUS)
DT243
P40
AC/DC Receiver Adaptor 220/6V (MPLUS)
DT242
P40
AC/DC Transmitter Adaptor 110/6V (MPLUS)
DT246
P40
AC/DC Transmitter Adaptor 220/6V (MPLUS)
DT245
P40
AC/DC Transmitter Adaptor 110/6V (DPRO)
DT246
P42
AC/DC Transmitter Adaptor 220/6V (DPRO)
DT245
P42
Battery Lithium 3.6V (MPLUS)
DT086
P40
Battery Lithium 3V (TRI)
V11304
P25, 41
Battery 2.4 NiMH (TRI)
11312
P25, 41
Datpass Software
SFTMCL025
P43
DaqLab for DaqPRO
SFTDAQ001
P34, 35, 36, 37, 42
DaqLab for TriLog
SFTMLT021
P28, 29, 41
DaqPRO
DaqPRO5300
P31, 32, 33, 42
DaqPRO Sensor NTC
DT290
P37, 42
DaqPRO Sensor PT-100
DT291
P37, 42
DaqPRO Thermocouple J
10327
P37, 42
DaqPRO Thermocouple K
10326
P37, 42
DaqPRO Weather Box
DT177
P42
External antennae
11310
P16, 40
ImagiProbe Software
IMAGIPROBE3.0
P26, 27, 41
MicroLab
PC-KIT
P12, 39
MicroLabPLUS
SFTMCL007
P20, 21, 40
MicroLog EC600
EC600
P8, 39
MicroLog EC650
EC650
P8, 39
MicroLog EC600 4PC
EC600 4PC
P8, 39
MicroLog EC650 4PC
EC650 4PC
P8, 39
MicroLog EC600 RTP
EC600 RTP
P8, 39
MicroLog EC670
EC670
P8, 39
MicroLog Alarm Cradle
DT174
P16, 18, 40
MicroLog Cradle with Alarm
DT175
P16, 18, 40
MicroLog 2 Excel
SFTMCL009
MicroLogPLUS Sensors
P13, 39
P11, 19, 39, 40
MicroLogPRO 600
60010
MicroLogPRO 650
65010
P10, 39
P10, 39
MicroLog Sensor Conductivity adapter and electrode 0-20mS
DT279
P11, 39
MicroLog Sensor Contact Adapter
DT141
P11, 39
MicroLog Sensor Current 0-20 mA
DT139
P11, 39
MicroLog Sensor Light 0-5,000 Lux
DT163
P11, 39
MicroLog Sensor Needle Probe
DT132N
P11, 39
MicroLog Sensor pH 0–14 adapter
DT168
P11, 39
MicroLog Sensor pH 0-14 electrode
DT018
P11, 39
MicroLog Sensor Temperature PT100 -10°C to 10
DT252
P11, 39
MicroLog Sensor Temperature PT100 -100°C - 120°C
DT253
P11, 39
MicroLog Sensor Temperature with 8m cable -50°C to 100°C
DT093
P11, 39
MicroLog Sensor Voltage 0 -10V
DT140
P11, 39
Receiver
DT152
P16, 40
Repeater
DT162
P17, 40
Serial Communications Cable (Tri)
DT210
P41
Splitter cable for MultiLogPRO
DT011
P40
TriLog
IPEX01IND
P23, 24, 25, 41
TriLog 4-20mA sensor
DT234
P24, 25, 41
TriLog 0-5V sensor
DT228V
P24, 41
TriLog -100°C - 150°C temperature sensor
DT233
P24, 41
USB Com. Cable for DaqPRO
DT180
P42
USB Com. Cable for Cradle
DT180
P40
USB Com. Cable for MicroLog PLUS
DT180
P40
USB Mini Com Cable (Tri)
DT207
P24, 41
User Guide DaqPRO
BK112
P42
User Guide MicroLog
BK041
P39
User Guide MicroLogPLUS
BK041
P40
User Guide TriLog
BK049
P41
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Part No.
Item
Location
BK041
User Guide MicroLog
P39
BK041
User Guide MicroLogPLUS
P40
BK049
User Guide TriLog
P41
BK112
User Guide DaqPRO
P42
DaqPRO5300
DaqPRO
P31, P32, 33, 42
DT011
Splitter cable for MultiLogPRO
P40
DT018
MicroLog Sensor pH 0-14 electrode
P11, 39
DT086
Battery Lithium 3.6V (MPLUS)
P40
DT093
MicroLog Sensor Temperature with 8m cable -50°C to 100°C
P11, 39
DT132N
MicroLog Sensor Needle Probe
P11, 39
DT139
MicroLog Sensor Current 0-20 mA
P11, 39
DT140
MicroLog Sensor Voltage 0 -10V
P11, 39
DT141
MicroLog Sensor Contact Adapter
P11, 39
DT152
Receiver
P16, 40
DT162
Repeater
P17, 40
DT163
MicroLog Sensor Light 0-5,000 Lux
P11, 39
DT168
MicroLog Sensor pH 0–14 adapter
P11, 39
DT174
MicroLog Alarm Cradle
P16, 18, 40
DT175
MicroLog Cradle with Alarm
P16, 18, 40
DT177
DaqPRO Weather Box
P42
DT180
USB Com. Cable for DaqPRO
P42
DT180
USB Com. Cable for Cradle
P40
DT180
USB Com. Cable for MicroLog PLUS
P40
DT207
USB Mini Com Cable (Tri)
P24, 41
DT210
Serial Communications Cable (TRI)
P41
DT228V
TriLog 0-5V sensor
P24, 41
DT233
TriLog -100°C - 150°C temperature sensor
P24, 41
DT234
TriLog 4-20mA sensor
P24, 25, 41
DT242
AC/DC Receiver Adaptor 220/6V (MPLUS)
P40
DT243
AC/DC Receiver Adaptor 110/6V (MPLUS)
P40
DT245
AC/DC Transmitter Adaptor 220/6V (DPRO)
P42
DT245
AC/DC Transmitter Adaptor 220/6V (MPLUS)
P40
DT246
AC/DC Transmitter Adaptor 110/6V (MPLUS)
P40
DT246
AC/DC Transmitter Adaptor 110/6V (DPRO)
P42
DT246
AC/DC Adapter 12V (DPRO)
P42
DT252
MicroLog Sensor Temperature PT100 -10°C to 10
P11, 39
DT253
MicroLog Sensor Temperature PT100 -100°C - 120°C
P11, 39
DT267
AC/DC Adaptor 220/6V (TRI)
P11, 39
DT268
AC/DC Adaptor 110/6V (TRI)
P41
DT279
MicroLog Sensor Conductivity adapter and electrode 0-20mS
P11, 39
DT290
DaqPRO Sensor NTC
P37, 42
DT291
DaqPRO Sensor PT-100
P37, 42
EC600
MicroLog EC600
P8, 39
EC600 4PC
MicroLog EC600 4PC
P8, 39
EC600 RTP
MicroLog EC600 RTP
P8, 39
EC650
MicroLog EC650
P8, 39
EC650 4PC
MicroLog EC650 4PC
P8, 39
EC670
MicroLog EC670
P8, 39
IMAGIPROBE3.0
ImagiProbe Software
P26, 27, 41
IPEX01IND
TriLog
P23, 24, 25, 41
PC-KIT
MicroLab
P12, 39
See MicroLog
MicroLogPLUS Sensors
P11, P19, 39, 40
SFTDAQ001
DaqLab for DaqPRO
P34, 35, 36, 37, 42
SFTMCL007
MicroLabPLUS
P20, 21, 40
SFTMCL009
MicroLog 2 Excel
P13, 39
SFTMCL025
Datpass Software
P43
SFTMLT021
DaqLab for TriLog
P28, 29, 41
V11304
Battery Lithium 3V (TRI)
P25, 41
10326
DaqPRO Thermocouple K
P37, 42
10327
DaqPRO Thermocouple J
P37, 42
11310
External antennae
P16, 40
11312
Battery 2.4 NiMH (TRI)
P25, 41
60010
MicroLogPRO 600
P10, 39
65010
MicroLogPRO 650
P10, 39
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trademarks of Fourier Systems. All other registered trademarks belong to their respective companies. Rev. 04/04.
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Hagai Zamir Global Sales: [email protected]
Barry Berman USA Sales: [email protected]
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