Data Logging Software GA10

Monitors and records data from a variety of instruments via networks

GA10 is PC-based data logging application software for monitoring and recording by connecting devices distributed in a factory or on the premises via Ethernet network. The centralization of PCs will improve the efficiency of monitoring and recording operations and reduce the burden.

New!  AI supports detecting predictive abnormality sign of equipment.
Automatically detects and notifies the “anomalies” that are signs of abnormalities. You can prevent production stoppage due to unanticipated equipment failure, and operate the factory stably.
>> Please refer to the related page, AI Product Solutions.

Factory energy visualization function has been added.
By adding the integration display function, the entire energy in the factory can be visualized and operation costs can be reduced through comprehensive monitoring.

Benefits of GA10 introduction:

  • Collecting data can be prepared in 3 steps
  • Unified monitoring using custom screens tailored to uses
  • Cost-savings through demand monitoring

> Important notice: Request for software update to the latest version to fix a bug


► Collect scattered data

All the data is acquired by connecting the various devices installed in a factory to an Ethernet network.

Collect scattered data

Collect scattered data:Image

*1 Sushi Sensor XS770A is now released in Japan, south-east Asia, and Europe. For other areas, Yokogawa is making efforts to expand regions by developing each region model and getting local certifications such as explosion proof and radio.
*2 GX/GP/GM(/CM□, /CS□ option), GX70SM: Sales for Japan, Korea, and USA only. UPM: Sales for Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia, and Taiwan only.


► Simple settings

Simply select the devices to connect and you are ready to acquire data. With data loggers and recorders, tag names are automatically reflected and multi-channel acquisition can be started easily.
In addition, data processing is easy using the math function (option).

All you have to do is select the equipment to connect:Image



► Monitor screen depending on the application

Real-time monitoring is possible with simple settings.
In addition, you can create an original monitor by customizing the monitor screen depending on your application.

Simple settings of monitoring screen according to usage:Image


► Check errors quickly

Quickly check errors with the alarm monitor. When an alarm occurs, a beep is sounded on the PC.
In addition, the e-mail function sends e-mails based on conditions such as alarm occurrence, specified period, specified time, and communication error.

Check errors quickly : Image


3.Recording / Utilization

► Reliable monitoring and data storage

Collected data is recorded reliably in binary or Excel format. You can view the recorded data using the dedicated viewer.

► Automatic report output to Excel, PDF or printer

Reports can be output to a printer automatically based on recorded data. Further, you can customize the layout and output the report to Excel, PDF files or printer.

► NEW!   FTP transfer function

Reports and recorded files can be automatically transferred using the FTP function.

Secure storage according to recording conditions and data format applications:Image


Useful Functions for Monitoring and Operation

► Build an easy-to-use monitoring screen

The custom display function (option) can be used to freely create a screen with your favorite design for monitoring and operation. The value of a connected device (Modbus device) can be changed by operating the buttons or the like on the custom screen.

Build an easy-to-use monitoring screen:Image


► Privileges for each user

Access privileges can be assigned to each user.
Select from Manager: configuration/operation/monitoring, Operator: operation/monitoring, and Monitor: monitoring.

User authority setting for each user prevents incorrect operation even when used by many people:図


► Transfer data to other systems

Data can be transferred to SCADA PLC using the OPC-UA server function (option) or Modbus server function.

Transfer data to other systems:Image


>> Click here for "Monitoring/Operation" application examples

Functions Useful for Evaluation and Testing

► Data analysis while collecting and recording

Many useful functions are available for data analysis, which can also be used to analyze data while collecting and recording data.

New!  Detailed analysis can be performed during data recording with the dedicated viewer.

Data analysis while collecting and recording:Image


► Multiple projects

Recording is possible using separate timings for each piece of test and production equipment.
*Up to 30 projects can run simultaneously.

Multiple projects:Image

► High reliability

The data storage function (backfill function) automatically complements data when communication is disconnected (set the acquisition mode to Device time, when a GX/GP/GM/DX/MV is in use).

High reliabilitys:Image


>> Click here for "Evaluation/Test" application examples

Using AI to monitor for anomaly sign  New!

► Preventing production stoppage due to unanticipated equipment failure, and operate the factory stably

AI can learn what normal operating data “looks like” by acquiring measured data on the GA10 from Sushi Sensor, recorders, loggers, and other devices implemented to the production equipment. This enables it to identify anomaly data and notify the user. Anomaly Detection looks at correlations among multiple data to make determinations, and can be utilized to catch signs of equipment abnormalities that are difficult for humans to discern.
> Click here for details on AI functions

Using AI to monitor for anomaly sign


► Predict the future with AI

GA10 uses acquired data to predict future data, and display predicted future waveforms along with real-time data on the trend screen. You can also set alarms against predicted data to detect problems in advance when they occur in the future so you can deal with them beforehand.

Predict the future with AI

► GA10 Data Logging Software - AI notifies you of anomalies​​​


Comprehensive monitoring by visualizing factory energy

► Support for visualizing power

The integration display function (option) collects electrical energy and flow rate data measured by wattmeters and flowmeters and helps to visualize energy with integration graphs and demand monitoring. In addition, the report function can be used to automatically output daily and monthly reports.

The energy in the factory can be monitored comprehensively
Comprehensively monitor multiple groups
  Up to 10000 tags can be monitored.
Easy visualization with custom display
  The power usage status can be visualized in an intuitive manner by customizing 920MHz the display screen.
Support peak cuts with demand monitoring
  Demand monitoring enables graph display and alarm notification.

Support for visualizing power: Image

*2 GX/GP/GM(/CM□, /CS□ option), GX70SM: Sales for Japan, Korea, and USA only. UPM: Sales for Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia, and Taiwan only.


Improvements can be seen in the integrated bar graph and trend display
Improvements can be seen in the integrated bar graph and trend display. Monitoring the total energy usage with the integrated bar graph. Electricity costs can be reduced by reassessing each line according to the integrated trend and reviewing the production plan so that the peaks of power usage on each line do not overlap.

Improvements can be seen in the integrated bar graph and trend display


Early detection of power excess by demand monitoring monitor
A reference value is set with the demand monitor and constantly monitors for excess power. When power is exceeded, email alert transmission and alarm sound are performed immediately and can be detected early.

Early detection of power excess by demand monitoring monitor


>> Click here for "Energy Visualization" application examples

Examples of monitoring and operation applications

►Example 1: Monitor the equipment operation status in production building

GA10 can monitor the operation status of equipment in the entire factory, summarized by each production building.

Monitor the equipment operation status in e roduction building

►Example 2: Monitor and operate production equipment

The status of production equipment can be monitored on a custom screen. Only authorized users can operate from the screen.

Monitor and operate production equipment

Examples of evaluation and experiment applications

►Example 1: Simultaneous evaluation tests of multiple generators

Evaluation tests can be performed on different types of generators in parallel in multiple projects.

Simultaneous evaluation tests of multiple generators

►Example 2: Air conditioner performance test

In an air conditioner performance test, data from all laboratories can be collected, and the recorded data can be saved for each room. A weekly test report can be output automatically.

Air conditioner performance test

Examples of factory visualization applications

►Example 1: Monitoring of factory wastewater treatment

Data such as ph, turbidity, odor, and flow rate of wastewater treatment equipment can be collected with GM10 (Data Logger) or directly, and the entire wastewater treatment can be monitored on GA10.

Monitoring of factory wastewater treatment

►Example 2: Fire detection of belt conveyors

DTSX (optical fiber temperature sensor) is used to measure the temperature of the belt conveyor at intervals of 1 m. Fires can be detected easily with the GA10’s color-coded display.

Fire detection of belt conveyors

►Example 3: Detection of abnormal signs in equipment

Sushi sensors (XS770A/integrated wireless vibration sensor) are installed on compressors and motors, and data is collected by GA10. This data can be used to detect abnormal signs and analyze failures.

Detection of abnormal signs in equipment

►Example 4: Temperature and humidity monitoring of a warehouse

GX70SM (battery type wireless temperature sensor) is installed in a warehouse, and the temperature, humidity, and battery status are collected by GA10. This allows the warehouse to be monitored without worrying about the sensor battery.

Temperature and humidity monitoring of a warehouse

*1 Sushi Sensor XS770A is now released in Japan, south-east Asia, and Europe. For other areas, Yokogawa is making efforts to expand regions by developing each region model and getting local certifications such as explosion proof and radio.
*2 GX/GP/GM(/CM□, /CS□ option), GX70SM: Sales for Japan, Korea, and USA only. UPM: Sales for Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia, and Taiwan only.

Assortment of connection devices

Broad support covering loggers, recorders, temperature controllers, signal conditioners, power monitors, and power meters. It even acquires data from Modbus devices. The acquired data can be viewed from multiple monitoring PCs.


Connectable Devices and Software

Connectable Devices and Software

  Products to be connected
Data Logger GM10, MX100, MW100, DA100
Recorder GX10, GX20, GP10, GP20, DX1000, DX1000N, DX2000, DX1000T, DX2000T, FX1000, FW1000, MV1000, MV2000, CX1000, CX2000, μR10000, μR20000, DR130, DR230, DR240
Sushi Sensor* XS770A, XS550, XS530
Control Instrument UT75A, UT52A, UT55A, UT35A, UT32A, UP55A, UP35A, UM33A, YS1500, YS1700, VZ20X
Connect the following as Modbus instruments
FA-M3V (F3SP7x), PR300, UPM100, UPM101, VJU7, VJS7, VJA7, VJH7, VJP8, VJQ7, VJQ8, VJX7, MVHK, MVRK, MVTK
Energy Monitor PR300, PR720, UPM100, UPM101
Power Meter WT300, WT500, WT1800**, WT1600**, WT3000, WT3000E
Modbus Device Instruments supporting Modbus communication

* Option code “/SU” is required for Sushi Sensor connection.
** Free connection software GateWT for GA10 available.



Osaka Metro selected Yokogawa's Sushi Sensors to monitor vibration of huge ventilators.
Monitoring vibration trends prevents unexpected failures of air-conditioning systems in subway stations.


Environmental data (water quality, amount of flow) is measured on-site and monitored from an office.


Caustic soda and hydrochloric acid, produced in electrolyzer plants, are fundamental materials used in varieties of industries; chemicals, pharmaceuticals, petrol-chemicals, pulp and papers, etc. Profit is the result of the effective production with minimized running / maintenance cost. Proper control of the process brings you stabilized quality of products with the vast operational profit.


You can measure and monitor integral flow (total and excess flow). You can also calculate the flow integral and excess usage with computation functions, and generate reports with the Report function. With the Excel template function, you can create templates in a desired report format for creating reports automatically.


Measures temperature and vibration of the turbine for rapid identification of abnormalities.


Controls temperature in, and acquires data from, various internal components of plastic film manufacturing equipment. An easy to use, high cost-performance data acquisition and monitoring system can be assembled by using Ethernet compatible instruments and GA10.


With advances in process automation comes a greater need for level measurement and control. As pressure on at the bottom surface of a liquid is proportional to the height of the liquid's surface, you can measure pressure using a differential pressure transmitter to detect the level of the liquid, acquire the data on the UT75A Digital Indicating Controller, and use the measurements to control the tank level.


Taking advantage of sensors already available in your system, you can simply add VJ series signal conditioners or the UM33A Digital Indicator with Alarms to easily build a monitoring system on a PC.

GateDX-P, GateWT, GateOPC, and GateMODBUS can be run as an automatically executing service, but this is not available on Windows Vista. Instead, please use the function included in the latest version (GateDX-P: R1.05 or later, GateWT: R2.04 or later,...
  My OS is Windows 7. I've disabled all my Windows firewall settings. I get a response to a ping. I changed the WT300 series communication settings to WT200 compatible mode. When connecting the WT300 with GateWT, you should actually e...
Enter "localhost." The "localhost" represents the PC you are currently using. You can enter the IP address of the instrument to which you want to connect in the project settings after logging in.
The GA10 software acquires data from a variety of instruments including recorders and data loggers via network. You can perform data monitoring on a PC and record to hard disk.
Download it from our website. After 60 days, you can enter a license that you purchase to continue using the product.
Type the credentials below. No other changes are needed. IP address: localhost (the PC you are currently using) Port: 50310 User name: admin Password: [leave blank]
Acquisition is possible via our DAQWORX software (DAQLOGGER and DAQ32Plus).
These files contain information required for the GA10 to connect to Modbus-compliant devices. They can be created with the Modbus device definition file creation tool.
Yes, if they are Modbus-compliant.
Create multiple projects and then run them in parallel.
The scan interval set on the device is automatically used. To change this setting, change it on the device.
You can select binary, Excel, or both.
Yes, but it is not recommended because damage can result if cables become unplugged, and in other circumstances.
You can, with a computation function (option). Assign measurement channels to MATH channels, and set alarms on the MATH channels.
You cannot set up alarm ACK on the main unit by using the GA10. Set up ACK on the instrument.
If recording at the same interval as the scan interval, you can go all the way back to recording start. Otherwise, you can only go back to the last 3600 points.
You can use this to view GA10 data from another PC. Operation is available using the same screen as the GA10.
It is the GA10 installation folder on the PC. You can check this in the setting screen.
If you type a keyword in an Excel cell, it is automatically replaced with GA10 data. Ex.) To use the instantaneous value of Tag0001 in a project called "Test", type: =DLGDDE|'Test'!tag0001
Yes, by installing the SMARTDAC+ GA10CL on the same PC as the application.
Yes, there is a free upgrade for this. If you need the latest functionality in version R2, purchase the GA10UP upgrade license.
Yes, by purchasing an upgrade license (GA10UP-**). To add multiple functions or channel upgrades, purchase a GA10UP-** license for each. Ex.) To add report printing and MATH: Purchase 1 each of GA10UP-RP and GA10UP-MT
In the GA10 software, you can enter licenses more than once. Each time you enter a license, functions or channels are added.
It automatically prints trends and lets you customize their layouts. Depending on the settings, it can output to Excel or PDF.
With a 32-bit OS, the report printing function has a limited recording duration and number of recording tags. We recommend a 64-bit OS for this instrument. See the general specifications for details.
For general use, 2 GB. If using the report printing function, increase this according to the number of recording tags and recording interval. See the general specifications for details.
Yes, by using the viewer (report printing option not required). However, you cannot customize the layout.
The MATH function lets you perform real-time computations with data from measurement channels. Ex.) For unit conversion, you can multiply all values by 1000.
No. This is not supported because the times and acquisition timings differ between instruments.
The OPC-UA server function lets you use data measured by the GA10 on SCADA and other upstream database systems.
No. Create a separate normal project. For details, see the user's manual (IM 04L65B01-01EN).
To communicate via OPC-UA, you must have a certificate for authorization called a "server certificate." If you have a certificate, install it on the GA10. If you do not have a certificate, you can create and install one that is signed by th...
Do the following, and then register the device with the "Register Device" button under "Devices List." Make sure the device name input on the tool is the same as the file name. Make sure the definition file is saved in the spe...
First launch GateWT for GA10, then register GateWT for GA10 with the Register Device button under Devices List.
1024 × 768 dots or more. 1680 × 1050 dots is the highest that has been operationally verified. There's no particular limit, so please try the trial version.
You can use dual monitors on PCs that have the server and client installed.
Use GateWT for GA10. You can download free of charge it from our website. *Log-in Required
You can transfer them by exporting the projects (in units of acquisition and recording) and then importing them. For details, see section 3.3.1, “Creating a Project in Detail Settings Mode” in the data logging software user's manual (...
Absolutely. However, note that if you have more than 4 GB of memory, you'll need to use a 64-bit OS for it to have any effect. If you're going to use more than 4 GB of memory, use a 64-bit OS and the 64-bit version of the software.
Q: On GateWT for GA10, when I press the Save button, Error "E211 Cannot write to file" appears. Also, when I try to register GateWT for GA10 on the SMARTDAC+ GA10, when I press the Register Device button, Error "E3020 Server can not re...
No. Your DAQStudio license includes /CG. However, you do need to download it from a separate website.
Yes. The alarm list screen displays the most recent 1000 alarms that occurred since data acquisition started.
No. It only displays the 1000 most recent logs between the time the user logged in and then logged out.
No. Once an admin password is registered, it cannot be returned to an unregistered state.
It does, starting with version 2.02. An audible alarm sounds on the PC as a communication error. You are notified of the break when the ACK (Acknowledge of Device Communication Interference) icon blinks, and by the communication status icon on the pr...
The following functions are available. Notification of Alarms and Communication Errors with Sound (section 6.6.2) Viewing the Log (section 6.10) Email Event Setting (Send Conditions: Comm. Status [Communication Disconnect], [Communication Recove...
For the GA10 there is the GA10 and a client function-only GA10CL. When installing the GA10 client software, download GA10CL. *Log-in Required ...
Yes. To send to multiple recipients, separate the addresses with a semicolon " ; ".
Yes. The "number of input channels" on the GA10 is the number of channels that are input to the GA10. When logging an instrument's MATH and communication channels on the GA10, add the number of those channels.
The default password for general users is blank. After the general user logs in (with no password), he or she can set up a new password by selecting User > Edit.
The alarm doesn't sound with version R3.03.01 or earlier. You can update to the latest version, or do the following: 1) In Easy Setting mode, click the Details button to switch to detailed setting mode. 2) Display the Tag setting screen, then cha...
We recommend using the default installation destination. Don’t install to the desktop or other user folders.
The category differs depending on the suffix codes. If neither the MATH (/MT) nor custom display (/CG) are added, it's category 3. If either MATH (/MT) or the custom display (/CG) are added, it’s category 4.
Yes. Create a definition file using the Modbus device definition file creation tool, and connect. For information on creating Modbus device definition files, see the GA10 user’s manual.
Yes. Connect the WT1800 via GateWT for GA10 (free). If you are able to change the WT1800E command type, change it to WT1800 compatible, and then connect via GateWT for GA10. If you can't change the command type, connect using Modbus. See “R...
Can I clear the SMARTDAC+ GA10 alarm sound?
Yes. Click Operation > Alarm sound, and then clear the check mark. See section 6.6.2, "Notification of Alarms and Communication Errors with Sound" in user’s manual IM 04L65B01-01EN. ...
Can I change the SMARTDAC+ GA10 alarm sound?
Yes, in version 3.03.xx or later you can set each alarm individually. You can register up to twenty .mp3 format alarm sounds.
In the data acquisition parameters, under “Data time," you can select "Use PC time" or "Use instrument time." See section 12.2, question 12: “What is the difference between setting the Data time to PC time and set...
Please check the version of the GA10. You can connect the GM10 if the GA10 is version later than R2.01.01. If you have a GA10 of version of R1.01.02 or earlier, you can download an upgrade at the URL below. SMARTDAC+ Microsite ...
The message below is displayed in the popup. Follow the prompts to set the learning period. "M1033 Cannot learn again because the specified period is short. Please set that the time from the start of the period to the end of the period exceeds ...
Set the monitor interval to 10 seconds or more. See also "3.3.6 Configuring the Anomaly Detection Function" and "Behavior of the anomaly detection function 'analysis error'" in the user's manual. ...
The communication port may be closed due to virus detection software or your internal network security. Please contact your IT administrator.
GateSushi always retains the most recent setting data.
Follow the prompts to set the learning period. "M1033 Cannot learn again because the specified period is short. Please set that the time from the start of the period to the end of the period exceeds the following. [Monitor interval] x [Number o...
The tag name (Sensor tag) is updated at regular intervals. If you want to update quickly, restart the Sushi Sensor.
The status appears on the right side of the monitor interval display on the trend graph screen. "Detection" indicates that the system is detecting anomalies. User’s Manual IM 04L65B01-01EN ...
The Anomaly Detection function learns the collected data and recognizes the range of learned data as normal. Data outside of that range is judged as an anomaly.
Yes, with the math function (/MT) option. Set the formula for calculating the anomaly detection score (HealthScore), set the low alarm (alarm value: less than zero) in the formula, and then set the conditions for sending email when the alarm status o...
Yes. User’s Manual IM 04L65B01-01EN
[GA10] Can GateSushi (/SU) set alarms?
Yes, GateSushi function (/SU) can set 4 levels of alarms per Sushi sensor. The /MT option is not required. The alarm value can be changed even during acquisition. User’s Manual IM 04L65B01-01EN ...
The anomaly detection function is a standard function. Customers who have already purchased an older model can upgrade for free.  GA10 Data Logging Software (log-in required) ...
When using anomaly detection, set 10 seconds or more for the monitor interval. If you set less than 10 seconds, anomaly detection is not run. User’s Manual IM 04L65B01-01EN ...
The anomaly detection function is run at the display group level. Up to 50 channels (tags) can be assigned to one display group.
Not relearn during detection. If the normal data changes, let the anomaly detection function learn again.
The anomaly detection function (AI) learns from normal data derived from regular operations and automatically creates a criterion for anomalies.
You can choose one of two learning periods: ・[When the period has not been specified (initial values)]  ・[When the period has been specified]. [When the period has not been specified (initial values)]: When anomaly detection starts, it learns f...
No. Anomalies can be detected only from the data being acquired.
The learning period is determined by the monitor interval and the number of tags in the display group. The appropriate learning period is set as the initial value based on the following formula: Monitor interval x No. of tags in the display group x ...
Up to 1000. GA10 General Specifications 'GateSushi function (/SU)'
GateSushi (/SU) is an optional paid function. GA10 General Specifications 'Model and Suffix Codes'




GA10 is PC-based data logging software for monitoring and recording data by connecting to devices distributed in a factory. Now with an AI-based Anomaly Detection function, the AI notifies you of anomalies before equipment abnormalities occur.

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