Sequence-of-events recorders

CyTime SER-3200 Event Recorders have 32 high-speed digital inputs to monitor the status of circuit breakers, relays, or other equipment and time-stamp state changes to 1 millisecond.

04/14/2016


CyTime SER-3200 Event Recorders have 32 high-speed digital inputs to monitor the status of circuit breakers, relays, or other equipment and time-stamp state changes to 1 millisecond. A second model, SER-2408, has 24 inputs and 8 relay outputs, controllable over Ethernet. An embedded Web server enables setup and monitoring using a standard Web browser. The devices can be used stand-alone or integrated into a complete electrical power monitoring system using Modbus TCP. SER-3200/2408 Event Recorders use Precision Time Protocol to achieve "hi-res" time synchronization over Ethernet for commercial/industrial applications. One CyTime SER serves as "PTP master" and all other CyTime SER devices sync automatically within 100 microseconds without special Ethernet switches.

Cyber Sciences Inc.

www.cyber-sciences.com


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