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    Paperless Chart Recorder 48 Channel Output 4-20mA/EtherNet

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    7 inches paperless chart recorder has USB interface, SD card socket, EtherNet interface and mini-printer interface. The optional 48 input channels, 12 analog outputs, 18 alarm outputs and RS485/RS232/EtherNet communication output will satisfy the more needs of display/ recording/ storage/ calculation/ printing different signals. It adds several data display forms: File List, Print, Backup, Configuration, etc.
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    7 inches paperless chart recorder with optional 48 channels, 12 analog outputs, 18 alarm outputs, RS485/RS232/EtherNet communication output, can achieve temperature/ pressure/ current/ voltage/ linear resistance online recording and printing.


    Model ATO-PLR-R6000C
    Shipping weight 4kg
    Dimension (W*H*L) 185*154*176mm with hole size 138*138mm
    Packaging included 1 * Paperless recorder
    4 * Installing support & screw
    1 * Screwdriver
    1 * Optical disk (software)
    1 * USB flash disk
    1 * SD card
    1 * User manual
    Display 7 inches TFT true color LCD display, 800*480 resolution
    Accuracy 0.2%FS±1d
    Power supply * 1. AC power: AC 85~264V, 50/60Hz
    2. DC power: DC 12~36V
    Power dissipation ≤20W
    External power supply 24VDC, ≤250mA (for external device)
    Internal storage 64M bytes flash
    Note: All the data is stored in flash memory to make sure that all historical data and configuration parameters are not lost due to power failure. The real-time clock powered by a lithium battery after power failure.
    External storage USB flash disk and SD card are supported (the maximum capacity is 8 GB). FAT and FAT32 formats are supported.
    Number of Channel * 1, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40, 44, 48
    Input signal 1. Current signal: 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-10mA, (4-20mA)^0.5, (0-10mA)^0.5
    2. Voltage signal: 0-5V, 0-10V, 1-5V, ±5V, (0-5V)^0.5, (1-5V)^0.5, 0-20mV, 0-100mV, ±20mV, ±100mV
    3. Thermocouple signal: S, B, K, T, E, J, R, N, F2, WRE3-25, WRE5-26
    4. RTD signal: Pt100, Cu50, Cu53, Cu100, BA1, BA2
    5. Linear resistance: 0-400Ω
    Analog output * Analog Output Channel
    4-20mA (load resistance≤380Ω), 0-20mA (load resistance≤380Ω), 0-10mA (load resistance≤760Ω), 1-5V (load resistance≥250KΩ), 0-5V (load resistance≥250KΩ), 0-10V (load resistance≥500KΩ)
    Note: The sum of number of channels & analog outputs should be ≤48.
    Alarm output * Up to 18 alarm outputs, relay parameter: NO, 1A / 250VAC
    Note: The sum of analog outputs & alarm outputs should be ≤18.
    Communication output * 1. RS485: 1200-57600BPS baud rate, Modbus communication protocol, 1km communication distance.
    2. RS232: 1200-57600BPS baud rate, Modbus communication protocol, 15m communication distance.
    3. EtherNet: 10M communication rate, only used for LAN
    Interface EtherNet interface, mini-printer interface, USB interface, SD card socket
    Sampling period 1s
    Recording interval 1s, 2s, 4s, 6s, 15s, 30s, 60s, 120s, 240s
    Storage length 24 days (1s interval) ~ 5825 days (240s interval)
    Functions Different data display forms: Overview Digital Display, Bar Graph, Real-time Curve, Power View, Alarm List, History Curve, File List, Print, Backup, Configuration
    Operating temperature -10~+50℃ (14~122℉)
    Relative humidity 10~90%RH (No condensation)
    Warranty 3 years

    Tips: Application of paperless chart recorder in pipeline pressure test project
    In the pipeline construction in the petrochemical field, a pipeline pressure test must be carried out before going into production. In particular, the pressure test of pipelines in the construction of ships and platforms requires the use of a pressure recorder to record the curves during the pressure test for inspection and archiving. Previously, the disc pressure recorders were used on-site mostly. This recorder is large in size, high in cost, high in maintenance costs, and easily affected by field factors to cause interference and time lag. After changing to a paperless recorder, the pressure data is accurately reflected on the computer, which can be stored for a long time and can be processed, viewed, and printed at any time. Thereby improving the work efficiency of the pressure test and promoting the overall progress of the pressure test project. The installation of the paperless recorder can keep the pressure testing personnel away from the pressure testing pipeline and increase the personal safety of the pressure testing staff. In terms of economic benefits, the cost savings of a paperless recorder compared to a disc recorder are the cost of the recorder itself, maintenance cost and the cost of thermal paper. At the same time, because the recording of the paperless chart recorder and the on-site pressure meter are synchronized, the pressure test time can be effectively increased by 1 hour. In this way, nearly 3,000 working hours can be saved in one year.

    Existing reviews of Paperless Chart Recorder 48 Channel Output 4-20mA/EtherNet
    My requirements for paperless recorders
    May I know if you have a multi parameter paperless recorder that can display pressure, temperature, electrical and mass measurement? May I know also if the display can change into graphical trend display.
    From: Lafave | Date: 29/06/2021
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    ATO Responded
    Yes, we have a multi-parameter paperless recorder that can display pressure, temperature, electrical and mass measurements simultaneously (electrical and mass should be in analog signal input form, such as 4-20mA.). Also, the display can be changed to graph trend for graph and histogram display.
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