Product News: Sensors Monitors & Transducers
Seismic Earthquake Alarm Recorder offers real-time operation.
Press Release Summary:
February 28, 2014 -
WithÂ tri-axial MEMS accelerometer and ability to acquire vibration signals overÂ 100 Hz sampling rate, SAR-713 can be used to establishÂ complete earthquake warning system and trigger specific relay outputs. Unit also acts as earthquake data recorder for research analysis. Modbus-enabled unit displays real-time, 3-axis acceleration trend and earthquake information, including intensity, max acceleration, andÂ alarm time. Supports for NTP functions keep internal time within 1 sec accuracy.
Original Press Release
ICP DAS USA, Inc. Introduces Advanced Seismic Earthquake Alarm Recorder
Press release date: February 27, 2014
SAR-713 also supports NTP functions to keep internal time within one-second accuracy. SAR-713 offers both Modbus TCP and Modbus RTU servers for easy connection to host PC’s, PLC’s, HMI’s or SCADA Systems and also provides an active connection to host Modbus TCP server which is useful for deployment without a real IP address. SAR-713 displays real-time 3-axis acceleration trend and earthquake information including "Intensity", "Max Acceleration", and "Alarm Time."
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