Digital inputs filter
4.0.45 build 813. August 14, 2020.
The "Digital inputs filter" filter module for our data loggers (for example,
SNMP Data Logger
) is an additional module that provides a method to exclude less significant data records from the final data export. The module works with digital data which can be interpreted as "True/False" or "0/1". For example, you can get this data from ADAM 6050, ICP-CON 7041, or MOXA ioLogik E2210 data acquisition modules.
These data acquisition modules are Ethernet or RS232 devices that can be installed in your hardware system and connected to I/O signals inside or outside your device. The status of those signals can be read and displayed on our data logger screen. Each of the 16 input signals (DI0 through DI15 and depends on module type) can be individually configured for monitoring.
When any of these 16 signals changes state (from low to high, or high to low), the module adds a message to a data packet and passes this data packet down to data export modules. With the help of data export modules, you can write this data to a database, Access, Excel, export via DDE or OPC.
The module is used together with MODBUS RTU, MODBUS/TCP, ADAM, ICP-CON, or ASCII data parser modules.
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