Leading electronic instrumentation specialist Mantracourt has announced the release of T24LOG100, a unique data logging software package that complements the T24 wireless telemetry range. It allows the user to view and log up to 100 channels of wireless data simultaneously, whilst also offering a range of sophisticated maths functions that will enable engineers to optimise system monitoring and control.
The T24LOG100 display is highly customisable, so that it can be easily branded with company colours and logo and licenced for distribution.
"The design and development of the T24LOG100 software has been driven by working with our customers on many wireless instrumentation projects around the world." said Kelly Voysey, Sales and Marketing Manager at Mantracourt. "The T24LOG100 package contains advanced functionality and features that we feel sure customers will value and appreciate.
"Displaying each value in a resizable window, channels can be setup with user-defined algorithms that can be used to calculate a multitude of maths functions. Visual displays and noise indicator alarm can indicate under and over range as well as loss in communications. T24LOG100 can log on demand, at pre-set intervals, on entering and leaving a pre-set overload and during an overload. Data is also generated in a CSV format, enabling external analysis. Future development of the T24LOG100 will include the ability to import a picture, drawing or schematic to display data readings graphically.
"We are very proud of the T24LOG100 package; it is the result of a lot of thought and expertise on the part of our development team," said Kelly Voysey. "In the T24LOG100 we have delivered a software package that we consider highly effective, robust and user friendly."
Mantracourt’s T24 range of wireless instrumentation products has received much acclaim in recent years. UK based Mantracourt is a world leader in the design and manufacture of electronics for measurement technologies, including strain gauge, temperature, resistance, pressure, voltage, current, potentiometer, rate, flow, LVDT and displacement in either analogue, digital or wireless form.