Paperless recorders are fully integrated data acquisition and display stations with secure, built-in data storage and network connectivity.
Yokogawa offers a range of paperless recorders including panel mount and portable type recorders. Our data recorders deliver industry-leading reliability and measurement accuracy with features such as secure electronic records, batch reporting, and modular I/O architecture.
All Yokogawa paperless recorders have an operating system that is not affected by the same cybersecurity threats that Windows operating systems are. Data is encrypted into a binary file and cannot be corrupted, ensuring the integrity of your data. Operators can view the recorder’s data and alarms remotely with the web browser, making operation more efficient.
Watch the video to learn about the features of our product that have made Yokogawa paperless recorders the most chosen in the industry.
SMARTDAC+ GX10/GX20 is a multi-point touch screen recorder that provides intuitive, human-centric design, web-enabled functionality, and scalable architecture. The GX20 also supports 920 MHz band wireless communication.
The Daqstation DX1000/2000 series is a data acquisition system with display. Its HMI supports custom graphics for industry applications, audit trail and advanced security conforming to FDA 21CFR Part 11.
Touch screen operator interface provides faster and more intuitive access to common functions.
The DX1000N features a removable chassis via the front panel of the instrument. This allows easy access and maintenance of internal components of the DX1000N.
Ideal for OEM or entry level data acquisition application with display, the FX1000 series offers premium technology at a competitive, entry-level price.
The DX3000 is a panel mount DAQStation with special dimension casing that displays real-time measured data on a color LCD screen and saves data on a compact flash memory card. It can be hooked up to a network via Ethernet which enables email and web monitor as well as FTP. It also supports Modbus TCP communication protocol
The DX364 is a compact paperless recorder corresponding 1/2 DIN or 3x6 (inch) recorders. It can be hooked up to a network via Ethernet, which enables email, web monitor and FTP. It can also communicate via Modbus TCP protocol.
The GX70SM wireless input unit is a compact, battery-powered analog input module that uses 920 MHz radio link to connect to a SMARTDAC+ GX20, GP20, or GM10 and can collect a variety of data points from locations that cannot be easily reached or are difficult and expensive to access.
Aerospace Material Specification AMS2750, rev E defines the requirements for thermal processing equipment used in metal heat treatment applications. It covers temperature sensors, control and recording instrumentation, system accuracy tests, and temperature uniformity surveys. Shops that adhere to the standard can confidently heat treat components used in a wide range of aerospace, transportation, and other industries that demand traceable quality procedures for heat treatment.
CX series instruments provide temperature and pressure computation functions and control of fuel air ratio in a single unit, and achieve improved quality and combustion furnace efficiency in a simple and high cost-performance solution.
Facing serious environmental problems for the whole earth, clean energy using solar, wind, geothermal, tidal, etc... to reduce CO2 emissions is an inevitable matter. Renewable energy providers need economical/reliable/efficient solutions. Yokogawa provides a reliable data acquisition system with high accuracy for measurement and control instruments.
The control of the world's water resource is arguably one of the most important issues. Water demand from industry and domestic users is set to rise throughout the industrialized world. Yokogawa has been applying minimized maintenance measurement systems.
The paperless recorder DX series instruments allow you to determine temperature and humidity, and manage the results as manufacturing and quality data at a reasonable cost with a simple configuration.
A Wisconsin-based dairy operation specializing in low acid, aseptic packaging has invested close to $100 million in new installations over the past few years. This dairy produces brand name nutritional drinks, pudding, cheese sauce and chili mix for many fast food restaurants.
In order to achieve uniform quality and raise reliability in the manufacture of electronic components such as semiconductors and ceramic capacitors, temperature management and temperature testing are important concerns in quality control.
By introducing DAQSTATION into your system with its high reliability and wealth of computation and networking functions (Ethernet), you can greatly reduce the labor and costs of monitoring and recording supply pumps at the waterworks.
A leading manufacturer of high shear fluid processors was looking for a solution to provide secure, stable pressure readings. The speed of the process typically demands a very fast data-logger with enough intelligence to filter out noise while providing accurate results.
One important risk to manage with regard to coal stacks is preventing fires due to spontaneous combustion.
A major power company in the Southeast decided to replace its hydrogen gas detection system. The current system was unsupported by the manufacturer and failing. The new system would need to duplicate the functionality of the old to minimize the training and impact on the operators. Yokogawa was asked to facilitate the project.
MEGTEC Systems, a major manufacturer of Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers in DePere, Wisconsin is now specifying DAQSTATION for use with their equipment. These oxidizers, commonly known as RTOs, are found in Paint Finishing Operations, Chemical, Petro-chemical and Ethanol Production, Ink Coating and Odor Abatement, and many other applications on a global basis.
The basic principles of canning have not changed dramatically since Nicholas Appert and Peter Durand developed the process in the 18th century. Heat sufficient to destroy microorganisms is applied to foods packed into sealed, or "airtight" containers. The canned foods are then heated under steam pressure at temperatures of 240-250°F (116-121°C).
Thermal oxidizers, also known as fume incinerators or afterburners, are widely used to control air emissions. Many processes, such as paint baking, drying of printing inks and curing of certain polymers, evolve vapors of flammable, toxic solvents. In the baking or curing oven, these solvent vapors pose an explosion or fire hazard, so they are diluted well below their lower limit of flammability by adding large amounts of dilution air.
This document describes the operation and data flow of the Yokogawa Print Wave software using the DX-P Reporter. It will provide a detailed explanation of the Advanced Alarm Reporter functions. The functions described in this paper were first released in Print Wave version 5.5.
As groups of sensors in the field became intelligent and capable of handling not only simple data, but also so-called "information" with added values such as error detection and statistical analysis, recorders became required to play a role in transmitting such information.
Yokogawa's industrial recorders have been widely used in order to monitor and record data acquired from the field. Concurrently, sensors in the field have been made increasingly intelligent and come to hold not just "data" but "information" of additional value provided by such functions as failure detection and statistical analysis.
Yokogawa Network Solutions is pleased to present an instructional video on how to configure DAQMaster (MW100) and DAQStation (DXAdvanced) - data acquisition systems to create automatic manual sample files. Manual sample files are text files that can be read by programs like Excel, NotePad, and WordPad. Manual files (.DAM) offers an alternative to native data files (.DAD, .DAE, .MXD) that require programs like MW100 Viewer or DAQStandard Viewer for viewing.
Yokogawa Network Solutions is pleased to present a basic walk through of how to configure a DAQStation after opening it from the factory. This video will walk the user through basic menu settings for configuring a measurement channel, selecting Celsius or Fahrenheit, giving the unit a network address, setting an alarm, configuring a group, and choosing how fast to display and log data.
Yokogawa Network Solutions is pleased to present a basic walk through of how to configure a DAQStation after opening it from the factory. This video (2 of 3) will walk the user through basic menu settings for configuring a measurement channel, selecting Celsius or Fahrenheit, giving the unit a network address, setting an alarm, configuring a group, and choosing how fast to display and log data.
Yokogawa Network Solutions is pleased to present a basic walk through of how to configure a DAQStation after opening it from the factory. This video (3 of 3) will walk the user through basic menu settings for configuring a measurement channel, selecting Celsius or Fahrenheit, giving the unit a network address, setting an alarm, configuring a group, and choosing how fast to display and log data.
This video covers the new custom display capability of the DXAdvanced data acquisition and recording system. Custom displays can be created on the DAQStation or via DAQStudio.
Network Solutions is pleased to present the second of two videos that covers the new custom display capability of the DXAdvanced data acquisition and recording system. Custom displays can be created on the DAQStation or via DAQStudio.
Yokogawa Network Solutions Group is pleased to present a basic tutorial that includes configuring a channel for a temperature input, a flow input (4-20ma or 1-5v), and a totalizer for the flow. The tutorial also includes setting an alarm with a screen snapshot event as well as an event that will reset the totalizer when it reaches a predetermined value. Part 1 of 2.
Yokogawa Network Solutions Group is pleased to present a basic tutorial that includes configuring a channel for a temperature input, a flow input (4-20ma or 1-5v), and a totalizer for the flow. The tutorial also includes setting an alarm with a screen snapshot event as well as an event that will reset the totalizer when it reaches a predetermined value. Part 2 of 2.
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