Ipetronik introduces third generation modular data loggers

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The new M-LOG V3 data logger from Ipetronik is particularly suited for applications that require high measurements in mobile data acquisition.

The new version features maximum power resources for online offsetting and data storage during stationary and mobile tests. It is based on the newest generation of the Intel Atom E620T processor, and with 1024 megabyte main memory (RAM) it provides a significant increase in performance, notably in complex applications when detailed configurations are used.

With CFast storage, the M-LOG V3 obtains a new removable storage medium with up to 64 gigabyte data volume and a SATA port for fast access to the saved data. Another highlight of the configurable and upgradeable hardware design is the integrated speed option, which reduces the CPU load on the CAN card by preprocessing the measurement signals.

The M-LOG V3 uses the real-time operating system RTOS-32 with the reliable software TESTdrive. Further characteristics are the twelve ISO-11898-2 compliant CAN channels, two fast Ethernet (100 Base-TX) measurement inputs, two USB 2.0 ports, four digital inputs and four digital outputs, as well as an intelligent power management that supports WakeOnCAN and NoMessageLost function on all CAN inputs.

The transfer of online measurement data to IPEmotion, ETAS INCA, Vector CANape, and many other tools is carried out over CAN or XCPonETH. All adjustments in the measurement configuration can be made conveniently via the Windows software IPEmotion.

April 22, 2015 

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