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|Total quantity of AntiLog and AntiLogPro units in a single purchase order||Discount|
|10 to 24 units||7.5%|
|25 to 49 units||11%|
|50 to 99 units||14.5%|
|100 or more units||18%|
AntiLogPro boxed units provide extensive data logging and playback capabilities for up to two channels of RS232 serial port data. They are extremely easy to use and suitable for a very wide range of user applications.
In use throughout the world, these boxed units with a self contained battery provide up to two completely independent logging channels for both recording and playback. For each channel, you can exclusively assign any one of the two available hardware serial ports on the end panel connector to any of the channel operating modes in any order.
AntiLogPro units are ideal for logging NMEA sentences (e.g. from GPS receivers) and applications with demanding data rates. Use AntiLogPro data loggers in any application where you do not want your data reformatted (e.g. binary data messages). They are also ideal when logging two RS232 sources together with digital signal lines where a common time reference is required and accurate time stamping is needed.
During record mode, each channel can log RS232 data but in addition, it can also log input logic states, digital edge transitions on a dedicated ‘EventIn’ line and events (such as button pushes and supply voltage), all with millisecond timestamp accuracy. Each channel can also poll connected equipment for measurements at user defined rates, or in addition, send independent user defined commands whenever the ‘On’ and ‘Off’ buttons are pushed.
Setting up a unit is easy using the extensive, but easy and quick to use built in terminal menu system. All settings are non-volatile and saved on the device itself and so they are never lost when all sources of power are removed. No need for jumpers, or configuration files on media cards.
After you have configured the unit to your requirements, simply push the ‘On’ button and logging will start. You can then press and hold the ‘Off’ button to terminate a logging session and power down the unit. Pushing the on button again will append data to the store in a new session. The unit will never overwrite existing recorded data in normal operation. However, you can select a ‘Ring Buffer’ storage method instead. In which case, the most up to date data is always retained when the media storage becomes full and more data needs to be added.
- Very low power operation with wide power source operating range from 4.5V to 18V.
- Easy to use so data collection can be performed by non-technical staff.
- Exceptionally high performance, e.g. full rate dual port recording at 921,600 baud.
- Can record or playback up to two independent channels simultaneously.
- High capacity storage capability (supports up to 1TByte) with easy media access.
- Baud rates: 600 to 921,600 and user defined.
- RS232 line management including individual line inversion and power saving options.
- Logging of digital logic line states including two protected to ±40V.
- Uses the most comprehensive terminal configuration menu system.
- Optional ‘Ring Buffer’ storage method supported which retains the most recent data.
- GNSS NMEA sentence filtering and sub sampling options for each channel.
- Powerful time stamping options, even for binary data all with 1ms resolution.
- Event recording including logic transition capture up to 200Hz.
- Comprehensive user output commands including equipment polling.
- Real time playback (even for dual channel output).
- Built in real time clock with battery backup.
- Built in bootloader allows new embedded software upgrades via the internet.
- Length 9.5 cm, Width 6.7 cm, Height 3.3 cm.
[M]– ICD-GPS-15x military GPS receiver data recording integration (e.g. ICD-GPS-153).
[S]– Menu security option. A password needs to be entered by the user before access to the system menu is possible. This helps to prevent accidental changes to the logging configuration in a trials environment.
[G]– GNSS navigation receiver simulated output option to simulate up to two channels of satellite navigation NMEA messages for user defined locations in real time whilst recording up to two channels of RS232 data. Independent simulations of GPS, GLONASS, Galileo or BeiDou messages are supported per recording channel.