Data gathering and viewing is now compact, mobile, and safe. The iPro 3000 is a logger capable of collecting data from
100 wireless DataPort sensors. All data is displayed on the intuitive, color touch screen and can be relayed via celluar technology to a any number of web and software based applications.
Color touch screen for realtime graphing
Integrated cell or satellite modem for realtime remote data access
2 week continuous operation on one rechargeable battery. Solar options are available
USB interface for software based monitoring
Light weight NEMA 4X case
iPro's touch screen is HTML based so customization of your logo, wellsite images or diagrams and more is simple. Optional clear case covers protect the iPro from wet weather, mud, and crude.
Excellent battery life. When fully charged you can collect data at high frequencies and transmit via the internal cell modem for up to 2 weeks. Optional 12VDC chargers make onsite data acquisition reliable.
Simple set-up and operation. Its more than a statement. One switch turns the system on and it auto recognizes sensors in its 3000 foot range and begins to log the data from them. Even the cell modem will connect once power is applied. From there all features can be accessed from the touch screen.
Local data retrieval is achieved by an industrial grade Compact Flash card. Simply remove the card from the iPro and transfer the data onto your computer. No software needed.
Accessing the iPro remotely is easy as well. Simply open up the optional DataPort Viewer software on your computer, and with any internet connection, log into the IP address of the iPro's cellular modem from anywhere in the world.
Logger Samples rates from 1/second Unlimited memory storage Up to 100 tags
Power NiMH rechargeable battery battery 120/220VAC power adaptor included Option 12/24VDC adaptor
Enclosure Impact and water resistant molded plastic case Light weight design is 3lbs Optional clear lid for water and chemical resistance while viewing screen
Wireless CDMA cell or Satellite communcation 902MHz radio communication for DataPort sensors