Novus FieldLogger

  • 8 analog channels: J, K, T, E, N, R, S, B; 4-20 and 0-20mA, Pt100 and Pt1000, 0-50 mV, 0-5 and 0-10 V
  • Ethernet interface with: DHCP, DNS, SMTP, HTTP, FTP, SNMP and Modbus TCP
  • A/D converter: 24 bit, up to 1000 samples a second
  • Accuracy: 0.2% of the span for thermocouples, 0.15% of the span for other input types
  • 8 digital channels individually configured as input or output
  • RS485 interface (Modbus master or slave)
  • Able to read up to 64 registers from Modbus slaves (remote channels)
  • Automatic data download via USB flash drive
  • Configuration and download via USB interface
  • Power: 100~240 VAC
  • Dimensions: 164 x 117 x 70mm
  • Up to 32 alarms with plenty of actions
  • Internal memory for up to 500k loggings or optional SD card

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The FieldLogger Data Logger is a versatile, powerful cost effective data logger. The Fieldlogger can handle analog, digital and other types of variables with high resolution and speed. It is a high performance and high connectivity equipment and yet easy to configure and operate.

It has 8 configurable analog inputs that can read thermocouples, Pt100, Pt1000, voltage and current signals. It also has 2 relay outputs and 8 digital ports individually configurable as inputs or outputs.

Up to 128 mathematical channels can be used to perform operations on the measured values. Up to 32 alarm events can be detected, allowing output activations, e-mails and SNMP traps sending.

The RS485 interface can operate as a Modbus RTU master or slave. As a master, it can read and log up to 64 external channels. It has a 10/100 Mbps Ethernet interface that allows for access through a browser (HTTP), FTP (client and server), e-mails sending (SMTP), SNMP and Modbus TCP.

FieldLogger has one USB interface to be connected to a computer (for configuration, monitoring and data download) and another USB port for plugging a flash driver for data retrieval. The 512k logging basic memory is used to store data and it can be greatly expanded with an SD card. FieldLogger can now connect to a server in the cloud, allowing access to its data from anywhere at any time.

An exclusive color HMI can be attached or remotely installed for local indication or configuration. A user friendly configurator software can be accessed by Ethernet, USB or RS485 and also provides means for on-line monitoring, logged data downloading and exporting to spread sheets and other formats.


  • Power:
    • 100 to 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
    • Consumption: 8 VA (Max)
  • Environmental conditions:
    • Operating temperature: 0 to 50 °C
    • Relative humidity: 80 % up to 30 °C. For temperatures higher than 30 °C, dicrease 3% for °C
  • Altitude < 2000 m
  • Protection: IP20
  • Accuracy
    • Thermocouples J, K, T, E and N: 0.2 % of the span ± 1 °C.
    • Thermocouples R, S and B: 0.2 % of the span ± 3 °C.
    • Pt100, Pt1000, 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA, 0-20 mV, 0-50 mV, 0-60 mV, -20-20 mV, 0-5 V and 0-10 V: 0.15 % of the span.
  • Analog channels input impedance:
    • Thermocouples / Pt100 / Pt1000 / mV: > 2 M!
    • mA: 15! + 1.5 V
    • V: 1.1 M !
  • Excitation current:
    • Pt100s: 360 µA; Pt1000s: 320 µA
  • Maximum Pt100/ Pt1000 compensated cable resistance: 40 !
  • Digital inputs:
    • Logic level “0”: from 0 to 0.8 Vdc
    • Logic level “1”: from 2 to 30 Vdc
    • Maximum input voltage: 30 Vdc
    • Input current @ 30 Vdc (tipical): 3 mA
  • Digital outputs:
    • Maximum output voltage: 30 Vdc
    • Maximum output current: 200 mA
  • Maximum relay current: 3 A @ 250 Vac; 3 A @ 30 Vdc
  • Configurable logging rate, with logging intervals from 1 ms to 24 hours
  • Maximum channel amount allowed to be logged: 100
  • Supported Modbus commands:
    • Read Coil Status (01h)
    • Read Holding Registers (03h)
    • Write Single Coil (05h)
    • Write Single Register (06h)
    • Write Multiple Registers (0Fh)
  • Maximum TCP simultaneous connections: 10
  • Maximum UDP simultaneous connections: 10
  • FTP (FieldLogger as a server):
    • Supported mode: passive
    • Standard: UNIX
    • Maximum simultaneous connections: 1


  • 8 universal analog input channels:
    • Thermocouples, V, mV, mA, Pt100 and Pt1000
    • Reading and logging rates of up to 1000/second
    • 24 bit A/D conversion resolution
  • 8 digital I/Os (individually configured as input or output).
  • 2 relay outputs(NO, NC and common).
  • RS485 interface(Modbus master or slave).
    • When acting as a master, can read up to 64 registers from other slaves
    • Registers read can be used in logging, alarms or mathematical operations
  • 24Vdc output to power up to eight 4-20mA transmitters.
  • Ethernet interface with a lot of services available:
    • Sends alarm warning e-mails(SMTP)
    • Provides webpages with channels and status information (HTTP)
    • Allows logged data download via FTP (client and server)
    • Accesses status and channels values through network management software(SNMP and traps)
    • Allows Modbus comunication by ethernet interface (Modbus TCP)
  • USB-device interface for configuring, monitoring and download.
  • USB-host interface for logged data retrieval through a USB flash drive.
  • Up to 32 configurable alarms.
  • Alarm actions can include:
    • Activating relays
    • Activating digital outputs
    • E-mails sending to multiple receivers
    • Sending SNMP traps
    • Starting and/or stopping loggings
  • Up to 128 virtual channels.
    • Basic mathematical functions to be applied on other channels: sum, subtraction, multiplication, division, logic (AND, OR and exclusive OR), square root and power
  • 24Vdc output for powering up to eight 4-20mA transmitters.
    • AC power (100 to 240Vac)
    • DC power (19 to 30Vdc) optional (2011)
  • Detachable human-machine interface (optional).
    • Keypad and color TFTQVGA display
    • RS485 communication with FieldLogger
  • Loggings:
    • Up to 100 channels can be logged at a configurable rate
    • Data download through the configuration software or through the freely distributed download DLL



Thermocouple J-120 to 1000 °C (-184 to 1832 °F)
Thermocouple K-130 to 1372 °C (-202 to 2501.6 °F)
Thermocouple T-130 to 400 °C (-202 to 752 °F)
Thermocouple E-130 to 780 °C (-202 to 1436 °F)
Thermocouple N-130 to 1300 °C (-202 to 2372 °F)
Thermocouple R20 to 1768 °C (68 to 3214.4 °F)
Thermocouple S20 to 1768 °C (68 to 3214,4 °F)
Thermocouple B100 to 1820 °C (212 to 3308 °F)
Pt100-200 to 850 °C (-328 to 1562 °F)
Pt 1000-200 to 850 °C (-328 to 1562 °F)
Linear 0 to 20 mAConfigurable
Linear 4 to 20 mAConfigurable
Linear 0 to 20 mVConfigurable
Linear 0 to 50 mVConfigurable
Linear 0 to 60 mVConfigurable
Linear -20 to 20 mVConfigurable
Linear 0 to 5 VConfigurable
Linear 0 to 10 VConfigurable


An intuitive configuration software comes with the equipment, allowing an easy configuration due to its wizard-like step-by-step system. Users can save the configuration in files and load it at a later time. Communication with the equipment can be done through USB, RS485 or even Ethernet(ModbusTCP) interface.

Besides configuring, it also allows to view the configured channels, alarms state and a lot more status information. It still allows logged data download and export them to several known formats.