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Electronic Data Collection and Analysis System



Electronic Data Collection and Analysis System


Yin Foo, Des; Foley, Margaret


E-Publications; PublicationNT; E-Books; Report ; 39/1992




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Power and Water Authority

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Report ; 39/1992

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Technical Report WRD92039 Viewed at 15:07:17 on 29/07/2010 Page 138 of 192. The logger setting up and interrogating software is designed to be used on a personal computer using l'.s-DOS, version 2.0 or later. This software is supplied on a 5.25 inch DSDD disk. SPECIFICATIONS_ 390 Housing, PVC tubular, 29. 3J!l! diaJIEter 30Dlm long. frOll serial n1lJlber 11400 OJI the housing lIill be polyurethane. These units lIill llse the Infra-Red coupled data port. 490 Rousing, ABS instrument case with integral battery housing. BatteriE's, 4 * &.~ size. Extra hem dutv. Kenory tiatta.'1', lJi.n02. Life span is approximately 5 years. This will be se'~erel I' reduced if the recorder is stored IIi thout the lain batteries , ins:all mi. 390 l!enCiry size, 32k bytes ultra-low power. 490 MeDOry size, 64K bytes ultra low pOwer. T'enpo.rature, 0 to 50 deqrees celsius. . Input Signal, 5 volt s~uare wave. Period, fTe~Jen:y and Event Counting meaSU!eJ!ents are suppo:ted bv the loaaers sortware. .. " I Analog input, Analog input voltages are not applicable with this logger. All sensors that are manuf actured by \iesdata are fitted with an in-built voltage to frequency converter, ror use with the frequen:y Deasurement proqram. . . WESDATA DATA RECORDER. Models 389 390 490 Page 2

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