A recently launched novel, versatile, real time, modular design-based wireless telemetry system for data acquisition from LCM Systems, will empower users in configuring their instrumentation systems according to their budget and exact requirements.
The T24 range, a versatile portfolio of products, has been developed using proprietary acquisition gadgets that can be accordingly mixed and matched for delivering remote readings of high quality for critical applications. These low power radio units can facilitate data collection for many years without any sustained power, and are more cost-effective in comparison to hardwired systems.
Modular design is the key T24 feature. A single acquisition module is able to offer data to multiple output gadgets. These output gadgets will be able to also accept data through multiple acquisition modules. Any current output, strain bridge, or voltage output sensor will be able to integrate easily with the T24 acquisition gadgets for developing wireless instrumentation monitoring systems having a 120 metres direct line of sight range. Passive repeaters and antennas can extend this range further. The LCM Systems engineers are capable of providing guidance and advice on configuring the optimum system.
Various acquisition modules are currently available. The T24-SA five-wire measurement device is for strain gauges, with 0-10V voltage acquisition range, and the T24-IA having 0-20 mA range is useful for a broad range of sensors having a 4-20mA output. This implies that a broad range of sensors can be monitored wirelessly, such as load cells, accelerometers, inclinometers, and so on.
It is possible to display real time results received from multiple inputs on a handheld or static gadget. LCM Systems can offer these gadgets. It will also be possible to relay a single acquisition output to a data logger through an analogue output module, the T24-AO1.
Accessories and software , such as free T24 Toolkit software, easy-to-use Windows package for calibration, and configuration for every T24 module and batteries and antennas.