Analog device server enables remote monitoring, real-time charting of any analog sensor

August 01, 2012 // By Julien Happich
Lantronix' xSenso analog device server is a compact DIN-rail or wall mount device that enables sensors with analog outputs to transparently send real-time data to any node on the network or over the Internet.

Well suited for data acquisition and alarm notification in critical environments, the xSenso remotely monitors and logs data from a variety of sensors including temperature, humidity, pressure, level, flow, weight, and gas/air quality transmitters.

xSenso's embedded Web server allows for easy monitoring of input readings, as well as charting and logging data using browsers on computers, smart phones and tablets from anywhere in the world. In applications where analog sensors and controllers are used, xSenso can be configured to send notifications via e-mail or text message when readings are outside a pre-defined range, thus allowing control engineers to take immediate, corrective action when thresholds are met. Other key features include two analog inputs (voltage and/or current), an Ethernet port for communication; a USB port for configuration;

redundant input power; 256-bit encryption; compatibility with leading data acquisition systems including LabVIEW and DASYLab; and an operational temperature range of -40 to +85°C.

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