Test & Measurement

Monitoring software updated to allow remote viewing

28th October 2013
Staff Reporter

The latest version of Mantracourt's acclaimed T24LOG100 instrumentation monitoring software has now been released.The new 24LOG100 includes advanced features such as a web server that allows remote viewing of instrumentation data on tablets, iPads and smart phones.

Mantracourt’s T24LOG100 software is a data logging package that can handle up to 100 channels of wireless instrumentation data simultaneously whilst also offering a range of sophisticated features that will enable users to optimise system monitoring. The T24LOG100 display is customisable, so that it can be branded with company colours and logo and licenced for distribution.

"The new web server facility will enable users to view the data online, wherever they have access to their network," said Jonathan Purdue, Business Development Manager at Mantracourt. “Users will now have the freedom to monitor sensors and installations when on the move and onsite.”

The software offers a dynamic summary web page view of your configured channels. The built in web server allows you to add your own custom web pages.

The Mantracourt T24 wireless telemetry range is a flexible low power radio system designed to enable the transmission of high accuracy measurement data from load cells, inclinometers, accelerometers, temperature, displacement and pressure sensors. With a combination of transmitter and receiver technologies, engineers are able to remotely monitor instrumentation readings.

Mantracourt’s new version of the T24LOG100 instrumentation monitoring software also includes a graphical / mapping capability.

Supporting a wide range of image formats the software allows users to build graphically rich representations of their system.

"The new mapping facility will enable users to create a visual representation of their channels," said Jonathan Purdue, Business Development Manager at Mantracourt.

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