In many cases logging of the progress of technical processes is needed:
When was a door opened, and when was it closed again?
How often was the beam of a photoelectric sensor interrupted during a particular time interval?
How long did a motor run?
Increasingly stringent quality requirements demand increasingly precise operational data acquisition. But even independent retail establishments are becoming more interested in recording and evaluating data on customer frequency.
With the Web-IO Digital you can write such data to a file along with a time stamp using FTP (File Transfer Protocol).
The following example shows the steps needed to acquire visitor numbers at a department store entry.
You don’t have a Web-IO yet but would like to try the example out sometime?
No problem: We will be glad to send you the Web-IO Digital 2xInput, 2xOutput at no charge for 30 days. Simply fill out a sample ordering form, and we will ship the Web-IO for testing on an open invoice. If you return the unit within 30 days, we will simply mark the invoice as paid.
assigned it an IP address - which with WuTility is no problem.
Configuring the Web-IO
To change the configuration of the Web-IO you first need to obtain the necessary access rights by entering the administrator password.
All the basic settings necessary for using FTP can be made from a clearly organized configuration page in the browser.
Depending on the Web-IO model you can define up to 12 alarms which trigger writing to various log files. Not only the status of the inputs and outputs but also a specified time frame can be triggers for the alarm.
The structure of the log file can be varied over a wide range depending on the application.
Then the settings are saved in the Web-IO.
The Web-IO thus becomes a data logger, and in the same manner you can also record machine run times, quality data and other processes over time.
Additional application examples for Web-IO Digital