The Envira DS Datalogger is the most powerful and advanced system in Envira’s family of dataloggers.
Integrated in a rack mount box, it includes an advanced datalogger with simplicity and reliability as key design features.
The basic configuration includes a proprietary USB data acquisition module for 8 analog inputs, 4 digital inputs, 4 digital outputs (relays), two counters for pulsed signals (e.g wind speed, rain gauges…) and six RS232 ports for digital communication. The user can add more acquisition modules to the system for additional sensors.
Optionally the system can be connected to Advantech ADAM 5000 & 6000 modules (Analog Input /output, digital input /output, counters, relays…) for data acquisition.
Intel processors and Windows 8 embedded OS for maximum performance and reliability.
The available communications options allow real time, remote monitoring of the sensors connected.
Envira Sostenible began in 1985 from a reorganisation of Ingenieros Asesores SA, a pioneer in environmental monitoring services for governments and corporations in Spain.
Envira began developing software in 1996 and now has 10 full-time software engineers, dedicated to engineering software for continuous monitoring of environmental parameters.
Envira’s point of difference is that its software is built from over 30 years experience in environmental monitoring and its modular design allows a high degree of flexibility and customisation.
ENVIRA DS is a set of systems for real time data acquisition, management and analysis of data from air & water quality, CEMS and meteorological monitoring networks.
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