Internet Counter for Data Acquisition

Jan. 15, 2007
Available in PC-board and standalone versions, the iFPX Internet/Ethernet frequency pulse transmitter works with most conventional counting inputs up to 500 kHz.
Using a Web-based interface, it can be configured to display rate, frequency, pulse, total, batch and quadrature—numerically or graphically. Set points can be programmed to trigger an alarm and send e-mail. Supporting common Ethernet/Internet protocols, the iFPX integrates with data acquisition and industrial automation programs. Pricing starts at $245.

Omega Engineering Inc.

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