New Version of VersaLog Data Logger Incorporates Standard 802.11 b/g/n Interface
Press Release Summary:
- Can configure any Versalog WiFi data loggers to be set-up in AccessPoint server mode, with its own SSID, security settings and password
- PC can simply connect to the logger directly over WiFi via the new SSID once logger is configured
- Feature 7-8 channels with models to log temperature, current and voltage
Original Press Release:
VersaLog WiFi Loggers Now Offer Access Point Server Mode
Updated Software & Firmware Offers Flexible Communication Options
We are pleased to announce that the new version of the SiteView software and Versalog firmware now provide AccessPoint Server Mode for the Versalog WiFi data loggers, allowing a direct connection between the logger and host PC. Previously, the Versalog loggers supported only standard server mode, whereby the logger and pc could only communicate through an existing network with a WiFi access point. This provided easy access where a wireless network was already in place but could not support situations where the logger was in the field or at a remote location where there was no existing network. This also posed issues for customers where their IT department did not allow the device to be connected to the in-house WiFi network.
With SiteView version 4.1.3, there is now the option of configuring any of the Versalog WiFi data loggers to be set-up in AccessPoint Server Mode, with its own SSID, security settings and password. Once the logger is configured, a PC can simply connect to the logger directly over WiFi via the new SSID.
Accsense VersaLog Data Loggers offer a truly flexible solution for data collection in almost any setting. These inexpensive data loggers each commonly feature 7-8 channels with models to log Temperature, Current, Voltage and more. They incorporate a standard 802.11 b/g/n interface for a wireless network connection when externally powered plus a built-in USB port for quick connection to a PC. This makes for simple configuration and data retrieval. Accsense VersaLog devices also have two programmable alarm outputs which can be configured with low or high limits to activate an audible alarm, a PLC, etc.
For more information on Accsense VersaLog WiFi Data Loggers, or to find the ideal solution for your application specific needs, contact a CAS DataLogger Application Specialist at (800) 956-4437 or www.DataLoggerInc.com.
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