The 3004MC/3006MC Neon Remote Logger Cellular connects to sensors in the field, collects readings from those sensors, logs the sensor data, provides control functions and also transmits the collected data to a central server via a Cellular phone network. The 3004MC/3006MC Neon Remote Logger Cellular is programmed in the field with a Unidata standard program called a scheme.
The scheme specifies how often and for how long the datalogger should collect data from the sensors and how often the data should be sent to the server. Control outputs are also set up in the scheme by setting up custom events.
A wide range of sensor types are supported, for example, analog sensors, frequency counters, digital inputs as well as Modbus and SDI-12. Control of external equipment (such as triggering a relay when a user defined event occurs, or initiating a shutdown), can be accomplished via Open Drain FET output.
Sensors are connected to the logger via pluggable terminal blocks, allowing for easy removal of the logger if servicing is required.