COMMON-LINK's dataloggers consists of three main function units ...
Capturing measurements from sensors or machines
Storing and evaluating the readings
Communication unit, that forwards data to central control
This composition makes our dataloggers secure, reliably and flexible. The system is suitable for monitoring single sensors as well as for huge measuring networks. A wide range of interfaces for application-specific sensors extends the system by simply snapping onto the system bus. The basic device integrates the selected communication unit. It establishes a secure connection to the central monitoring software in the data center - via LAN, cellular or telephone. With the internet browser our customers have access to their data and applications in the protected customer portal of COMMON LINK. Around the clock, wherever they happen to be. The descriptive analysis of all measurement data is displayed in clear graphics. The masks for configuring and managing facilities, events and locations are designed to be self-explanatory and intuitive. If desired, the application can be adapted to the corporate design of the user. There is no need for an additional software installation.
Here are the main areas of application:
Remote monitoring of PV-Plants
Own consumption measurements
Verification of feed-in management
Analysis of efficiency
Remote monitoring of UPS devices
Remote monitoring of wind plants
Remote monitoring of refrigeration plants
The following extensions are available:
Module for uninterruptible power supply
Module for the connection of the phase current meter DC-Monitor
Module for additional programmable analog inputs
In addition to processing measured values from sensors COMMON-LINK also offers dataloggers for reading existing communication protocols. In this case the datalogger "speaks" the "language" of the respective user protocol - the device "learns" it during a customer project (we can create a specific offer for your case). So COMMON-LINK's dataloggers cover almost all conceivable energy and consumption measurements, as well as the necessary interfaces and protocol languages.