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NexSens X2 Environmental Data Logger

NexSens X2 Environmental Data Logger

Description

The NexSens X2 Environmental Data Logger offers the latest in real-time monitoring technology with wireless communication, large plug-and-play sensor library, and ultra-low power consumption.

Features

  • Integral Wi-Fi and smartphone connectivity with radio, cellular & satellite options
  • Marine anodized aluminum housing for deployment in harsh environments
  • Optional WQData LIVE web datacenter for instant access on any web browser
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The X2 is an all-in-one environmental data logger that can be controlled from any internet browser using a smartphone, tablet, or PC. It automatically recognizes sensors and sends data to the web via Wi-Fi, cellular, radio, or satellite telemetry. The X2 includes three sensor ports that are compatible with most environmental sensor protocols including SDI-12, RS-232, and RS-485. All connections are made with a simple thread-in connector, and the built-in sensor library automatically facilitates setup and configuration. Data is stored on common or independent schedules.

The X2 can be powered with just few alkaline batteries. Advanced power management combined with ultra-low sleep and run currents extend battery life and eliminate the need for multi-battery arrays or large solar charging systems. Smart power circuits automatically switch to reserve power when the main source is depleted. The X2 monitors itself while collecting environmental data. Internal temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, voltages and currents are constantly recorded. Failure alerts can be sent automatically to a predefined list of contacts.

The X2 includes built-in Wi-Fi for smartphone, tablet, or PC connection. Through the local Wi-Fi connection, users can view and download data, change settings, or troubleshoot. Optional integrated cellular or satellite telemetry modules offer real-time remote communications via the WQData LIVE web datacenter. There, data is presented on a fully-featured and easy-to-use dashboard. Other features include automated reports, alarms, push notifications and much more.

Notable Specifications:

X2 Data Logger
Mount: (3) 3/8-16 bolt holes on bottom
Material: Anodized aluminum
Weight: 3.5 lbs.
Dimensions: 4.9" Diameter, 4.77" Height
Power Requirements
: 5-24 VDC +/-15% (Reverse polarity protected)
Current Draw (Typical @ 12VDC): Low power sleep: 200uA; Logger Active: 20mA; Wi-Fi Transmitting: 43mA; Cellular Transmitting: 200mA
Peak Current: Power supply must be able to sustain a 500mA 1-second peak current (@ 12V)
Operating Temperature: -20C to 70°C
Rating: IP67 (Standalone); IP65 (With telemetry)
Wi-Fi Communications
: 802.11b/g/n (Direct to X2 or Connect X2 to an existing network)
Wi-Fi Antenna: Internal to device
Wi-Fi Range: 250 ft. maximum1
User Interface: RS-485 direct to PC software, Wi-Fi-Enabled embedded web, WQDatalive Web Datacenter, Magnet trigger for Wi-Fi enable, Status LEDs
Data Logging: 64MB internal flash*, 256MB microSD card (expandable up to 32GB)
Data Processing: Parameter level polynomial equation adjustment; Basic & Burst Averaging (min, max, standard deviation, and raw data available)
Real Time Clock (RTC): <30sec/month drift2; Auto-sync weekly3; Internal backup battery
Log Interval: User configurable from 1 second (10 minute default)4; Unique interval per sensor
Transmission Trigger: Time-based, parameter threshold*; Selective parameter upload option
Sensor Interfaces: SDI-12, RS-232 (3 Channels), RS485
Sensor Power: (3) 12V regulated switch channels with 1.5A capacity5,6
Built-in Sensors: Temperature (-40C to 85C, 0.002C resolution, ±2C accuracy); Pressure (300 mbar to 1100 mbar, 0.016 mbar resolution, ±2 mbar accuracy); Humidity (0% to 100%, 0.04% resolution, ±5% accuracy); Battery voltage
Sensor Ports: (3) 8-Pin for Sensor Interface (RS-232, RS-485, SDI-12, 5V, 12V, GND)
Power Port: (1) 6-Pin for Power and Communication (Primary/Secondary/Backup Input, RS-485 Host, GND)

Telemetry Options
Cellular: CDMA 800,1900MHz, GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz, UMTS/HSPA 850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100 MHz
Radio*: 900MHz Mesh Network (902-928MHZ Frequency)
Iridium*: Short Burst Data (SBD) transceiver
Bridge*: Radio to Wi-Fi, Radio to Cellular, and Radio to Iridium
Antenna Port: SMA (Cellular and Iridium) and RP-SMA (Radio)

Sensor Support
Tier 1: Sensors automatically detected; No Setup
Tier 2: Sensors automatically detected: Require limited setup 
Tier 3*: Custom user script creation available for interfacing to a wide array of sensors
Current Sensor List: Available Here

Notes
1Range varies based on many factors including obstructions, other wireless signals in the area, elevation change, and more. Actual distances may vary by location.
2Assumes 25ºC operating temperature
3Requires the X2 to be connected to the internet
4Minimum log interval dependent on sensor limitations and processing time
5Cumulative concurrent current limit of all three channels is 2A
6Logger power supply must be able to support current requirements of sensors
*Coming soon 

What's Included:
  • (1) X2 environmental data logger
  • (3) Sensor port plugs
  • (1) Power port plug
  • (1) Magnetic screwdriver
  • (1) Quick start guide
  • (1) Wireless antenna (telemetry units only)
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