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Contec Co., Ltd. (listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Securities Code: 6639—hereinafter "Contec") is pleased to present the CONPROSYS™ Telemeter Series under the CONPROSYS™brand, Contec’s comprehensive industrial IoT product brand for remote monitoring and data logging. Sales for the new series began July 17, 2018.
CONPROSYS™ Telemeter Series
The CONPROSYS Telemeter Series is a controller with the functions necessary for remote monitoring systems, including web-based monitoring, file saving, and event monitoring (e-mail notifications, etc.). In addition to the ability to collect data directly from sensors and actuators through included digital input/output, analog input, and counter signal input terminals, devices also offer a Modbus Master function that enables communication with Modbus slave devices including PLCs from various manufacturers as well as the CONPROSYS nano Series. Collected data can be displayed graphically using CONPROSYS HMI—the included screen creation software—and monitored remotely from a variety of web browsers. The Telemeter Series also supports CONPROSYS Cloud Data Service 2 (CDS2)*1, Contec’s own cloud data service, allowing for the development of a comprehensive monitoring system with multiple bases.
The CONPROSYS Telemeter Series allows for completely programming-free configuration of settings and its operation for web-based monitoring, file saving, and event monitoring, all from a web browser. This allows users to drastically reduce the time and costs that come with developing a remote monitoring system.
Through this new series, Contec is dedicated to meeting the ever-increasing needs of remote monitoring systems in the fields of energy generation, water treatment, and building automation. In addition to significant reductions in regular system management efforts, the CONPROSYS Telemeter Series is also capable of sending e-mail notifications to smartphones or PCs in the event of an abnormality, ensuring faster maintenance support and contributing to a reduction in the Total Cost of Ownership (TOC).
Data collection, monitoring, file saving, event monitoring, and external device communication functions are included as standard. The ability to use these functions with only simple setting configuration makes it possible to build a remote monitoring system quickly and at a low cost
Telemeter Series products come with CONPROSYS HMI, which allows for monitoring input signal statuses by arranging the prepared items side by side. The ability to intuitively create screens using only a web browser means there is no need for knowledge of programming languages or for a special development environment. Creating a screen is as simple as dragging and dropping the desired items from a wide variety of prepared display components.
The Telemeter Series can be used to communicate with various Modbus slave devices, including Modbus slave-ready PLCs from other manufacturers.
The web server function allows users to operate the devices from a PC in a remote location. All operations can be completed using only the web browser, from setup to monitoring.
This device includes a function for communicating with CONPROSYS Cloud Data Service 2 (CDS2), Contec’s cloud service. This makes it easy to link devices and equipment together.
The CONPROSYS Telemeter Series offers 4 isolated digital inputs (with 2 assignable to 2-point insulation counter inputs), 2 semiconductor relay outputs, 2 channels of isolated channel-to-channel analog current input, 1 channel of isolated RS-422A/485, 1 channel of RS-232C, a LAN port, a USB port, and a 3G communication module (CPS-TM341GMB-ADSC1-931 only).
The compact design (188.0 [W] × 78.0 [D] × 30.5 [H] mm) enables installation in a wide variety of locations.
This product can be used in various environments with ambient temperatures ranging from −20°C to +60°C.
The Telemeter Series can be mounted to a wall using screws or installed on a 35 mm DIN rail with just one touch.
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