- 8 Universal Analog Input Channels: Thermocouples, V, mV, mA, Pt100 and Pt1000
- Reading and Logging Rates of up to 1000/second
- 24-bit A/D Conversion Resolution
- 8 Digital I/Os
- 2 Relay Outputs
- RS485 Interface: Modbus Master or Slave (Master Can Read up to 64 Registers from Other Slaves)
- Optional Ethernet interface (Services: Internal Web Pages, Email Alarms, FTP for Logged Data, Modbus TCP Connectivity)
- USB-device Interface for Configuring, Monitoring and Download
- USB Port for Logged Data Retrieval through a USB Flash Drive
- Up to 32 Configurable Alarms
- Highly Expandable - Up to 100 Channels can be Logged at a Configurable Rate
- Up to 128 Virtual Channels for Mathematical and Logical Operations
- Auxiliary Power Supply: 24 Vdc For up to Eight 4-20 mA Transmitters
- AC or DC Power Supply Options
- Optional Detachable Display/Keypad (HMI: Human-Machine Interface)
- Free Downloadable Software
- UL and CE compliant
The FieldLogger is an extremely versatile, high speed and expandable data logging and data acquisition system. It can store data to its internal memory or send data in real time to a computer. With the optional Ethernet interface it can connect to the Novus cloud which allows remote viewing from any device with internet access.
Built in Analog and Digital I/O
The FieldLogger contains 8 analog inputs which can be configured for thermocouples, Pt100, Pt1000, voltage and current signals. It also has 2 relay outputs and 8 digital ports individually configurable as inputs or outputs.
128 Virtual Channels
The FieldLogger may be programmed for up to 128 virtual channels. These channels can be used to perform mathematical calculations and logical operations on the measured values or other virtual channels. The virtual channels may be used to trigger alarms, activate digital and relay outputs and also send e-mail notifications.
The FieldLoggers RS485 interface is a Modbus network allowing it to operate as a Modbus RTU master or slave. Multiple FieldLoggers may be connected allowing the master to read and log up to 64 external channels. The FieldLogger can also connect to other Modbus devices via its Modbus RS485 network.
All FieldLoggers contain 512K internal memory for storing logged data. The stored data may be transferred to a computer downloaded to a flash drive via the FieldLoggers USB port. FieldLogger has one USB interface to be connected to a computer (for configuration, monitoring and data download) and another USB port for plugging a flash drive for data retrieval. The 512k logging basic memory is used to store data and it can be greatly expanded with an SD card (available only on models with HMI).
Multiple Connectivity Options
The FieldLogger has a large variety of connectivity options. Every FieldLogger has two USB ports. One is used for connection to a computer for configuration and data acquisition, the other USB port is used to download data through a flash drive. Each FieldLogger also has an RS485 port which is used to connect it to a Modbus network or to connect it to other Modbus devices including other FieldLoggers. The RS485 interface enables it to operate as Modbus RTU Master reading remote devices or to operate as Modbus RTU Slave for communicating with off-the-shelf SCAD software. An optional second RS485 port can be used to connect to an HMI. There is also an optional Ethernet connection which allows the FieldLogger to act as an FTP server for its stored data, send email messages and serve a simple web page with data from the device.
The optional color HMI is available for local indication or configuration. The HMI allows the active channels to be monitored in tabular or graphical format. The HMI also alarm monitoring a well as configuration for the FieldLogger. The HMI is integrally mounted on the FieldLogger but because it is connected via RS485, it may also be remotely mounted.
A Complete Software Suite
The FieldLogger has a variety of software options, most which are available at no additional charge.
NOVUS Cloud IoT Platform (Free Starter Plan)
FieldLoggers with the Ethernet option can access the Novus Cloud.
The NOVUS Cloud is an IoT platform solution for monitoring devices for process data online visualization. Ready-to-use with the FieldLogger and NOVUS smart IoT devices, it is the perfect choice for customers with low IT infrastructure or with requirements of unified data from multiple devices at multiple locations. The NOVUS Cloud can receive information of any kind from the IoT devices, store them in the cloud database and present the data in elegant dashboards. Operation or management staff can get online awareness about the process deviations through E-mail notifications, besides the online dashboard alarms. Hosted on cloud server, NOVUS Cloud is accessible worldwide on the internet from any computer or mobile device.
FieldLogger Configuration Software (Free Download)
The FieldLogger Configurator is configuration, free downloadable data collection and analysis software for the FieldLogger. The program allows you to explore all the functionalities and resources of the devices, and communicates through the USB, TCP-IP and RS485 interface. A complete tool, it allows the graphic and analysis of multiple data, visualization of alarms, performance of mathematical calculations and the issuance of reports, in addition to the export of data to multiple formats. It also provides diagnosis making it easier to perform tests and detect problems.
FieldChart Supervisory and Data Acquisition Software (Lite version available as a free download)
FieldChart is a software used for monitor and register data acquired from NOVUS products. It generates real time trends and data lists that can be exported in usable formats like a spread sheet. There are two versions available: FieldChart-Lite and FieldChart-64C. The FieldChart-Lite can register 8 simultaneous channels and it is available for free. The FieldChart-64C can register up to 64 simultaneous channels.
FieldLogger USB Drivers (free download)
The USB drivers install a virtual comm port which allows communication with a FieldLogger connected to the USB port using serial port I/O. The USB drivers are installed by the Field Logger Configuration software. This stand alone driver is only needed if FieldLogger Configuration Software is not installed
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FieldLogger with 2 USB ports and 1 RS485 port, 100 to 240 Vac power
|FLDLOG-485-ET||FieldLogger with 2 USB ports, 2 RS485 ports and Ethernet, 100 to 240 Vac power|
|FLDLOG-485-ET-HMI||FieldLogger with 2 USB ports, 2 RS485 ports, Ethernet and HMI, SD Card Slot, 100 to 240 Vac power|
|FLDLOG-24V||FieldLogger with 2 USB ports, 1 RS485 port, 19 to 30 Vdc power|
|FLDLOG-24V-485-ET||FieldLogger with 2 USB ports, 2 RS485 ports and Ethernet, 19 to 30 Vdc power|
|FLDLOG-24V-485-ET-HMI||FieldLogger with 2 USB ports, 2 RS485 ports, Ethernet and HMI, SD Card Slot, 19 to 30 Vdc power|
|USB-i485||Isolated USB to RS485/RS422 Converter|
|FieldLogger User Manual|
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|FieldLogger Configurator Software|
FieldChart Lite Software
|FieldLogger USB Driver|
Number of Inputs: 8 universal analog input channels
Thermocouple J: -120 to 1000 °C (-184 °F to 1832 °F)
Thermocouple K: -130 to 1372 °C (-202 °F to 2501,6 °F)
Thermocouple T: -130 to 400 °C (-202 °F to 752 °F)
Thermocouple E: -130 a 780 °C (-202 °F to 1436 °F)
Thermocouple N: -130 to 1300 °C (-202 °F to 2372 °F)
Thermocouple R: 20 to 1768 °C (68 °F to 3214,4 °F)
Thermocouple S: 20 to 1768 °C (68 °F to 3214,4 °F)
Thermocouple B: 100 to 1820 °C (212 °F to 3308 °F)
Pt100: -200 to 850 °C (-328 °F to 1562 °F)
Pt1000: -200 to 850 °C (-328 °F to 1562 °F)
Current: 0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA
Voltage: 0 to 50 mV , 0 to 60 mV, 20 to 20 mV, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V
Analog Input Accuracy
Thermocouples (J,K,T,E,N): ± 0.2 % (F.R.*) ± 1 °C
Pt100, Pt1000: ± 0.15 % (F.R.*)
Current, Voltage: ± 0.15 % (F.R.*)
* Full Range
Accuracy is guaranteed at intervals of reading greater than 0.2 seconds per channel. For faster read rates (intervals of less than 0.2 seconds), there will be a loss of accuracy that will be as increased as the rate of reading.
Resolution: 24-bit A/D conversion resolution
Analog Input Impedance
Thermocouples / Pt100 / Pt1000 / mV: > 2 MΩ
Current: 15 Ω + 1.5 V
Voltage: 1.1 MΩ
Maximum compensated Pt100/Pt1000 cable resistance: 40 ohms
Pt100/Pt1000 used curves: alfa = 0.00385
Reading Rate (max): 1000/second
Number of I/O: 8 individually configured as input or output (inputs may be configured as low speed counters)
Input Logic Levels: "0": from 0 to 0.8 Vdc , "1": from 3 to 30 Vdc
Maximum input voltage: 30 Vdc
Input Current @ 30 Vdc (typical): 3 mA
Low Speed Counters (available on all digital inputs)
Maximum Frequency (square wave): 250 Hz
Minimum Pulse Time (logic level "0" or "1"): 2 ms
Number of Bits for Counting: 32
Digital Outputs (sinking output)
Maximum Voltage: 30 Vdc
Maximum Sink Current: 200 mA
Maximum Current/Voltage: 3 A @ 250 Vac; 3 A @ 30 Vdc
Number: Up to 128
Operations: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Logic (AND, OR and exclusive OR), Square Root, and Power
Speed: 1000 channels per second (limits- 1 channel at 1000 logs per second or 100 channels at 10 logs per second)
Number of Samples: Approx. 512 k logs to internal flash memory, additional samples to SD Card(models with HMI have SD slot)
Circular Memory: Yes (after filling up the memory, the oldest data will be overwritten by more recent data).
Standard AC Model: 100 to 240 Vac/dc ± 10 %, 50/60 Hz. Maximum consumption: 20 VA.
24 V Model: 12 to 30 Vdc/ac ±10%, 50/60 Hz. Maximum consumption: 10 VA.
Auxiliary Power: 24 Vdc for up to eight 4-20 mA transmitters
Operating Temperature: 0 to 50 °C.
Relative Humidity: 80 % to 30 °C. For temperatures above 30 °C, decrease 3 %per °C.
Dimensions: 164 x 117 x 70 mm
Weight: 400 g
Certifications: CE, UL and UKCA