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NexSens OEM Data Loggers

NexSens OEM Data Loggers

Description

The NexSens OEM data loggers offer all the data logging capability of the popular iSIC data logger in a compact enclosure.

Features

  • Simultaneously supports 8 analog inputs & 4 digital inputs for multi-sensor data logging capability
  • NEMA 4X enclosure and corrosion-resistant stainless steel hardware ensure superior data acquisition in extreme conditions
  • Adaptable to both remote and continuous direct-to-PC monitoring applications
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The NexSens OEM line of data loggers are designed for installations in larger enclosures where external 12VDC power is available. The OEM data loggers deliver unmatched sensor interface and data collection in a compact package. Options are available for standalone, cellular, radio, Ethernet, and satellite telemetry. Each data logger simultaneously supports 8 analog inputs & 4 digital inputs for multi-sensor data logging capability.

The OEM data logger arrives ready for long-term deployment. All electronics are housed in a rugged, NEMA 4X enclosure. Polymer-coated circuit boards, sealed connectors, corrosion-resistant stainless steel hardware, and built-in lightning protection ensure reliable performance in the harshest conditions. All sensors are cabled through Sealcon gland fittings to ensure protection from the elements.

NexSens iChart Software is a Windows-based program for interfacing both locally (direct-connect) and remotely (through telemetry) to a data logger or network of data loggers. The iChart Setup Device Wizard includes built-in drivers and a step-by-step interface for setting up and configuring remote monitoring sensors and systems. When connected, the user can quickly configure sample & log intervals, upload data, or troubleshoot communications.
Notable Specifications:
  • Analog Inputs: (4) differential or (8) single-ended, additional (4) differential or (8) single-ended optional, 0-2.5 V auto range, 12-bit resolution
  • Analog Outputs: (1) 12-bit channel, 0-2.5 V programmable
  • Power Outputs: (1) 12 V 250 mA configurable switch, (1) 5 V 50 mA analog excitation voltage, (1) 12 V output, fused from battery
  • Pulse Counters: (1) tipping bucket counter, max rate: 12 Hz
  • Digital I/O Ports: (2) standard generic I/O ports
  • 1-Wire Interface: (1) 1-wire temperature sensor port
  • SDI-12 Interface: (1) SDI-12 port
  • RS-485 Interface: (1) RS-485 port
  • RS-232 Interface: (3) RS-232 sensor ports, (3) additional optional
  • Host Interface: (1) RS-232 or (1) RS-485 port configurable
  • Supported Serial Communication Protocols: NMEA 0183 or Modbus RTU
  • Internal Memory: 2 MB Flash memory, over 500,000 data points minimum
  • Power Requirements: Voltage: 10.7 to 16 VDC
  • Typical Current Draw: Data Logger: 2.5 mA sleep, 10 mA processing, 36 mA analog measurement; Cellular Modem: 350 mA receive/transmit typical, 104 mA idle; Radio Modem: 86 mA receive, 500 mA transmit, 21 mA idle,< 1 mA power off; Wi-Fi Modem: 92mA continuous; Ethernet Modem: 120mA transmit/receive, 82mA idle; Satellite Modem: 550-850mA transmit, 80mA standby, 30uA sleep
  • Temperature Range: -20 to +70 C
  • Dimensions: NEMA 4X Enclosure: 8" x 6" x 4"
  • Compatible Sensors: 4-20 mA sensors, 0-2.5 V sensors, SDI-12 sensors, RS-232 sensors, RS-485 sensors, Modbus RTU sensors, NMEA 0183 sensors, 1-Wire temperature sensors, Thermistor sensors, Tipping bucket rain gauges
  • Cellular Protocol: GSM/GPRS, EDGE, CDMA
  • Supported Cellular Carriers: AT&T, Verizon, Sprint
  • Radio Frequency Range: 902-928 MHz
  • Radio Communication Range: 40 miles line of sight, extended range with repeaters
  • Satellite Frequency Range: 1616-1626.5 MHz
What's Included:
  • (1) iSIC data logger
  • (1) 8" x 6" x 4" NEMA 4X enclosure
  • (1) MS 4-pin connector for power/communication
  • (1) MS 8-pin connector for sensor interface
  • (1) Copper grounding lug
  • (2) Mounting flanges
  • (2) 2" diameter pipe mounting brackets
  • (2) Gland Fittings
  • (5) Desiccant Packs
  • (1) RS-232 direct-connect cable
  • (4) 56 Ohm resistors for 4-20 mA sensor connections
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Questions & Answers

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What is the difference between an OEM iSIC and a regular iSIC?
The OEM iSIC data logger features a more compact enclosure and requires an external 12 VDC power source. The OEM enclosure is only 8" x 6" x 4" compared with 12" x 8.5" x 6.95" on the standard iSIC enclosure.
How many SDI-12 sensors can I use with my OEM Data Logger?
The OEM Data Logger features one SDI-12 port which supports up to ten SDI-12 sensors.
Does my OEM Data Logger store data?
Yes, the OEM Data Logger has a 2MB flash memory that holds over 500,000 data points.

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