Loadsensing LS-G6 Wireless Data Logger

Loadsensing LS-G6 Wireless Data Logger

  • The Loadsensing LS-G6 Wireless Datalogger has the ability to support most geotechnical and structural sensors, including vibrating wire, digital and voltage.
  • The system also has impressive long range communication up to 9 miles and life span of up to 10 years.
Description

Loadsensing LS-G6 Wireless Datalogger for Sensor Networks from Specto Technology for Data Acquisition

Specto Technology is proud to offer you the Loadsensing LS-G6 Wireless Long Range Data Logger – a long-range wireless data acquisition system for analogue, vibrating wire and digital sensors. This flexible, affordable system is the perfect monitoring solution for harsh environments or difficult-to-access sites. It allows secure, unattended, long range remote monitoring (up to 9 miles or 15km) for a lifespan of up to 10 years. It can be used to monitor things like inclination, strain, load, displacement, crack aperture, vibration, deformation, water level, pore pressure, water quality, hydrocarbon detection, temperature, etc.

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Product Features:

  • The Loadsensing LS-G6 Wireless Datalogger is available for both Sales and Rentals
  • Each LS-G6 system consists of one Gateway and up to hundreds of Nodes allowing for data storage up to 72,500 readings with a timestamp and 5 sensors or 200,000 readings with a timestamp and 1 sensor
    • Set up options include the ability to configure each channel individually on the voltage data logger
    • Complete signal measurements with up to 5ch of high resolution
    • Sampling rates: 30 seconds – 24 hours (depending on project requirements)
    • Fast mode: Allows full diagnostics to ensure correct operation of the system (15 minutes at 5s sampling)
    • Scalability: A single Loadsensing gateway can manage up to 500 nodes
    • Durability: Rugged, robust system is IP67 certified and tested from -40C to +80C, providing up to 10 years lifespan in harsh environments
  • These Wireless data loggers are compatible with geotechnical sensors from most manufacturers/brands, including:
    • GEOKON
    • Durham Geo Slope Indicator (DGSI)
    • SISGEO
    • RST Instruments
    • Soil Instruments
  • System achieves a communication range of several kilometers between nodes, up to 9 miles/15km
  • Units function autonomously and unattended during long periods of time via low-power components that remain in sleep mode and are only activated at predetermined times thus ensuring life spans of up to 10 years
  • The system is controlled using the web-based software that resides in the Gateway or on the LS web portal (All you need is a browser to run the software)
  • License-free and fee-free communication with built-in radio in both the Gateway and the Nodes
  • Optional wireless Access Point (AP) in Gateway for connection to mobile devices such as laptop, smart phone or tablet
  • Optional GSM modem in Gateway to connect to the mobile data network
  • The Gateway can store data locally, sync with a cloud memory and perform periodic analysis of the network health

PRODUCT BENEFITS:

  • Easy to deploy: lack of cables saves time and cost of installation and maintenance
  • Prevents Problems: 24/7 remote information allows you to anticipate problems and avert cost-intensive accidents
  • Eliminates Additional Expenses: No additional equipment or manpower is needed
  • Decreases Maintenance: Maintenance cycles are optimized
  • Automatic Alerts: Automatic alarm feature helps prevent structural stress
  • Easily Accessible: software includes highly configurable, intuitive web interface which can be accessed by any internet-connected device

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS INCLUDE:

Linear Infrastructure Monitoring (LIM), Structural Health Monitoring (SHM), Geotechnical Monitoring, and Geological Hazards Monitoring of difficult-to-access assets:

  • Bridges
  • Tunnels
  • Dams
  • Railways
  • Mines

 

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Additional Information on Loadsensing LS-G6 Wireless Data Logger

  • The Loadsensing LS-G6 data logger enables construction companies, mining companies and operators of difficult-to-access assets (i.e. bridges, tunnels, dams, railways) to digitize processes for monitoring infrastructures in harsh environments and remote locations.
  • Used for Linear Infrastructure Monitoring (LIM), Structural Health Monitoring (SHM), Geotechnical Monitoring, Mining and Geological Hazard Monitoring, these wireless data loggers provide Civil Engineers and Construction Operators access to reliable data in real-time, thus enabling project managers to predict needs, manage their workers, mitigate risk and prevent accidents. In addition, the wireless feature reduces or eliminates manual monitoring and the need for expensive cabling.
  • Use of the Loadsensing Data Acquisition System results in increased efficiency, reduced costs, and heightened safety at the job site.
  • The Wireless System: Nodes and Sensors
    These wireless data loggers use digital technology to provide complete, precise signal measurements with up to 5 x high resolution channels. The units are capable of reading at a sampling rate of 30 seconds to 24 hours depending on project requirements.
  • Widely used all over the world, this wireless data logger system comprises of one Gateway and multiple wireless nodes. The system is expandable and highly scalable, allowing for the automatic addition of new nodes – up to 500 nodes for a single gateway.
  • The wireless nodes or dataloggers can be connected to a wide variety of geotechnical and structural sensors such as inclinometers, piezometers, settlement sensors, extensometers, pressure sensors, tiltmeters, jointmeters, crackmeters, sound meters, strain gauges and temperature sensors.
  • A distinct advantage of the Loadsensing data loggers is the compatibility with sensors from various manufacturers/brands, including: GEOKON, Durham Geo Slope Indicator(DGSI), SISGEO, RST Instruments and Soil Instruments. No matter what brand of sensor you use, set up is quick and easy. Simply connect the sensor to the wireless node, then configure the node via an Android app to allow the node to receive, store and send data. Each node acts as a datalogger to its own sensor. The app allows you to set sampling rates, check radio coverage wherever the units are installed and view real-time data captured by the sensors.