- Three Universal Analog Inputs, Thermocouples, RTD, Voltage and Milliamp
- One Digital Input Programmable as Pulse Count, Event Log, or Log Control
- One Digital Output Used for Alarm or Control of External Power
- Memory For Up to 140,000 Logs
- Powered by External Power or 4 "AA" Batteries or External Power
- Free Downloadable Software
- NXPerience - USB to Windows Computer
- NXPerience Mobile - Bluetooth IOS and Android Devices
- Data May be Uploaded to Novus Cloud for Remote Viewing from Anywhere with Internet Access
LogBox Wi-Fi is an IoT device with integrated data logger and Wi-Fi connectivity. It allows monitoring and recording of data remotely, in facilities with Wi-Fi infrastructure. The data can be accessed remotely, wirelessly and centralized through SCADA application, cloud dashboard or by NXperience software. Easy installation and accessibility are highlights of this device.
The device has three universal analog inputs and one digital input, that can operate as counter of pulses (flow sensor) or recorder of events (opening/closing doors). LogBox Wi-Fi has MQTT protocol to publish data into IoT brokers, Cloud or SCADA system, as well as Modbus TCP protocol to operate as slave into SCADA systems.
The device provides uninterrupted recording of data, even in failures of power supply or wireless link, due to its 2-year autonomy backup battery. LogBox Wi-Fi can be used to comply with security requirements of FDA Regulation Title 21 CFR Part 11.
Universal Analog Inputs
The LogBox Wi-Fi can accept three analog input signals. Each signal can be configured for thermocouple (J, K, T, E, N, R, S, and B), RTD (PT100), 0-50mV, 0-5Vdc,0-10Vdc, 0-20mA or 4-20mA. These channels can also be configured to read the internal battery voltage or the external power supply voltage. The voltage/current channels can be programmed with linear scale factors to show readings in true engineering units.
LogBox WiFi has a digital input channel that can accept signals from PNP and NPN sensors or relays. The relay input includes a programmable de-bounce time. Through software the digital input can configured for Pulse Count, Event Log, or even for Log Control. This digital input can also be disabled.
The LogBox WiFi has a PNP-type digital output which when triggered places the voltage from the external source to the digital output pin. The LogBox WiFi digital output can be disabled or configured to operate as either an Auxiliary Electronic Switch used to control the power supply of external instruments during analog channel readings, thus conserving the external power supply or as an alarm output that will trigger when any of the channels go into an alarm condition.
There is also an internal buzzer that can be set to generate an audible alert when an alarm condition occurs.
Logged data is stored into the LogBox WiFi's internal memory. The internal memory capacity is up to 140,000 logs.
The number of logs that can be stored in the internal memory depends on the number of input channels that are enabled. Recording the digital input will also impact the number of records which can be stored.
The logging speed is programmable from 1 second to 18 hours.
Logging all four channels at the maximum rate will allow just under 10 hours of data collection. Slowing the sample rate down to 5 minutes will allow for 4 months of data collection.
There are several ways to start and stop logging. Logging can be set to start immediately, on a specific date/time, by keyboard, by software control or via digital input.
Logging can be set to stop when memory is full, on a specific date/time, by keyboard, by software control or via digital input. The memory can also be set to circular mode in which case when the end of memory is reached logging will continue by overwriting the oldest record.
LogBox WiFi has an LCD display with 3 numerical lines of 4 ½ digits to display the current value of all enabled channels as well as the minimum and maximum values. At the same time, it is possible to display the current value of up to 3 analog channels and, in a second screen, display the digital input current value.
The LogBox WiFi may be powered by external power or 4 "AA" batteries. External power should be 10 to 30Vdc with a minimum current of 15mA. If a load is connected to the digital output, the power supply must provide enough current to support the load requirements. When operated by batteries, it can operate for more than 2 years without needing to change batteries.
NXPerience is a free downloadable software for the LogBox Wi-Fi. The standard NXPerience is for Windows computers and allows them to connect to the LogBox WiFi through a USB connection. NXPerience Mobile is an App version for mobile devices. There is a version for Android devices and a version for IOS devices. The Android version may downloaded from the Google Play Store and the IOS version from the Apple App Store.
All versions of NXperience can be used for configuration, data collection and analysis and allows you to explore all the features and details of the device.
The NXperience is a comprehensive tool that enables graphical analysis, alarm processing, and exporting data to multiple formats. It also provides device-specific diagnostics and makes testing and troubleshooting easier.
Also, through NXperience you can create, manage an account and storage your data in NOVUS Cloud.
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|LOGBOX-WIFI||Bluetooth Multi Channel Data Logger
|LogBox Wi-Fi User Manual|
|NXperience Software - Software for USB connection to Windows 10 computers|
|NXperience Mobile - Software for Bluetooth connection to Android and IOS Devices, Download from Android version from Google Play Store and IOS version from Apple App Store.|
Analog Input Channels
Number of Channels: 3
J Thermocouple: -100 to 760°C (-148 to 1400°F)
K Thermocouple: -150 to 1370°C (-238 to 2498°F)
T Thermocouple: -160 to 400°C (-256 to 752°F)
N Thermocouple: -270 to 1300°C (-454 to 2372°F)
E Thermocouple: -90 to 720°C (-130 to 1328°F)
R Thermocouple: -50 to 1760°C (-58 to 3200°F)
S Thermocouple: -50 to 1760°C (-58 to 3200°F)
B Thermocouple: 500 to 1800°C (-932 to 3272°F)
RTD (PT100): -200 to 650°C (-328 to 1202°F)
Voltage: 0-50 mVdc, 0-5 Vdc, 0-10 Vdc
Current:0-20 mA, 4-20 mA
Thermocouple: 0.15 % of full range ± 0.5 °C
RTD,Voltage, Current: 0.15 % of full range
Analog Channels Input Impedance
Thermocouples ,Pt100, mV: > 2 MΩ
mA: 15Ω + 1.5 V
V: 1 MΩ
Maximum current that can be switched at the output: 200 mA
Memory Capacity: 140,000 logs
Log Interval: 1 second to 18 hours
Log Type: Instantaneous or Average
Log Trigger: Date/Time, Start button, digital input or software command
8 available alarms, two per channel Min. (low) and Max. (high)
Communication Interfaces: USB
NXperience: via USB for desktops and notebooks
NXperience Mobile: via Bluetooth for smartphones running Android 6.0 or higher or iOS 11
Supply Voltage: 10 Vdc to 30 Vdc
Maximum Consumption: 15 mA
Typical Consumption: 2 mA
Batteries 4 “AA” type alkaline batteries (included)
Estimated Battery Life Typical 2 years – Log Interval of 5 minutes
Using the included batteries: -10 to 50 °C *
Using Energizer L91 batteries: -20 to 60 °C *
Using external power supply: -20 to 70 °C
*CAUTION with the batteries operation temperature. Extremely high or low temperatures can cause rupture and leakage, causing damage to the device.
Enclosure Material: PC-ABS
Enclosure Rating: IP40
Dimensions: 120 x 100 x 40 mm