Electronic Data Collection and Analysis System
Yin Foo, Des; Foley, Margaret
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Technical Report WRD92039 Viewed at 15:07:17 on 29/07/2010 Page 97 of 192. processing and handling procedures should be addrE'Ssed by relevant monitoring and professional personnel. Documentation of a this policy should then be undertaken. The j:ollmving recommendations are made with regards to the first prototype logging system and long term action in developing a remote site logging system. (i) Further use of the Wesdata equipment is not recollwended due to its unsatisfactory level of performance. Fielc'. tests using this equipment have demonstrated performance deficiencies as well as problems with communication and construction quality. (ii) Future Logging Systems The specification proposed in section 9.3 should be considered in selecting appropriate equipment. On going assessment of the Cherryville system should be made with regards to its suitability to remote site logging. 9.3 Minimum Specification of system Componentry 9.3.1. Loggers Based on the assumption formclt will be maintained, the essential and desirable (i) Hardware that the current system the criteria below lists features. - minimum of four (4) analogue inputs (4-20 rna) for pump test system - single 4-20 rna input for remote site logger - compatible input plug types for remote site and test pumping - robust construction with capability to perform at 80-100% humidity and -10 - 60C temperature