Its configuration flexibility and straightforward setup really makes it easy to arrange into any serial data recording application. User can record data within minutes not days or weeks.
How it works?
User has to just push the ‘On’ button to start AntiLog recording serial port data. Hold the ‘Off’ button down to stop a data logging session and switch the unit off. Simply switch on and off like this to continue RS232 data logging as required, data will be appended to the store.
However, user has to hold the ‘On’ button down for more than a second to put the unit in playback mode. In this mode, one can configure the system to his needs. A menu system appears which can be view and operate using any serial port terminal application. With this menu system, it can be defined exactly how AntiLog handles data recording and playback could be done. This is how setting of recording and playback serial port, recording and playback modes (e.g. ‘real time’) and all other options occur.
While in playback mode, simply push the ‘On’ and ‘Off’ buttons as many times as per want to start and stop data replay. Hold the ‘Off’ button down for more than a second to switch the unit off as before.
Furthermore, users are not restricted to playing back data at the same baud rate it was recorded. One can also optionally embed recorded time tag information in playback data streams. All settings are non-volatile as it only has to set them once even if all sources of power are removed.
There is also no need to transport an enormous power source around because instead of consuming hundreds of milli watts or more of power, AntiLog can record RS232 data happily for days on a single PP3 battery. As an example, serial data recorder uses typically just 80mW (including media power consumption) to record full rate continuous binary data at 115200 baud.
It has the ability to dynamically reduce power consumption based on baud rates in use less than 115,200. This means, it is also ideal for recording GPS NMEA receiver data which is generally transmitted at a rate significantly less than 115,200 baud.
AntiLog V5.2 can further reduces power consumption if no RS232 data is being received or transmitted. This can result in up to a further 25% power saving in trials situations compared to the standard V3.7 release.
If the equipment that users wish to log data from has a serial port connection designed to fit into a standard PC, simply plug this instead into AntiLog and it is simply ready to record the output from the equipment. Through it, one can even record more data from specific equipment than with a PC RS232 data logging program because the standard serial port on a PC will miss data every once in a while, particularly if a Microsoft Operating System is in use and the equipment baud rate is above 19200.
Key Features of Serial Data Recorder:
�It carries low power operation. Typically only 58mW when recording (V5.2).
�Having high capacity storage options (up to 32GByte with V5.2).
�Co0nvenient to use. Data collection can be performed by non-technical staff.
�Very high performance operation, e.g. full rate recording at 460800 baud (V3.7).
�Baud rates supported: 110 to 460800 and user defined.
�Uses the most inclusive and user friendly terminal configuration menu system.
�No need to install custom software on a PC to configure the unit.
�No need for “configuration jumpers” or hidden “setting switches”.
�Single (V3.7) or dual channel (V5.2) recording and playback options.
�GPS NMEA sentence filtering and sub sampling options.
�Powerful time stamping options, even for full eight bit binary data (V5.2).
�Single or dual channel event recording, user command outputs, equipment polling.
�Real time playback (even for dual channel version).
�Wide power source operating range from 4.5V to 18V.
�Built in bootloader allows new embedded software upgrades via the internet.
�Captures Data from Any Device Equipped with Serial Port and Stores it in a PC-Compatible File
�No Software or Development Needed
�A Convenient Drop-in Replacement for Data Collection
�Memory Only limited by storage device and FAT32
Serial data recorders carry following applications:
�Weighing and Measurement
�Paperless Serial Printer
�Logging NMEA GPS Data
�Site Surveying for Wind and Solar Power Generation
�Industrial Processes & Manufacturing
�Petroleum & Oil Services Equipment Logging
�Automotive Design & Vehicle Testing
�Aerospace Data Logging