The LB-480 recorder is used for collecting and recording measurement data, subsequently shared via its communication interfaces (first and foremost: Ethernet) with the use of a range of various communication protocols.
The module is equipped with 8 inputs, each of which may be individually and independently configured to operate in the following modes:
The module features a built-in internal temperature sensor.
Possible to connect additional measurement sensors with the use of extension modules.
The module may record data in 2 ways:
The built-in storage capacity is 1 MB mainly designated for data recording. The memory storage features its own power supply from an integrated battery and keeps the content safe when the device is switched off. This memory may be accessed directly via LBX software.
Concurrently with saving data to the built-in memory storage, the recorder may save data on a memory card. The data may be subsequently read on a computer. The memory card is not mandatory for recording data — the internal memory is always available. Its capacity, however, is quite limited, and a memory card enables data archiving throughout a much longer period of time.
This is the basic communication interface of the recorder, enabling connection to a data transmission network (or directly to a computer). It may operate in 10/100 Mbit/s modes.
An optional power supply through Ethernet — POE — is also possible.
A USB interface enables communication between the module and LBX software installed on a computer.
With the use of an additional Bluetooth module, the LB-480 module may communicate with the LBX software installed on, for example, a portable tablet, without the need to integrate cable connections.
Via these ports, the recorder may communicate with any other device, or operate as a MODBUS slave type device.
This module enables remote access via GSM/GPRS mobile network data transmission. An additional GSM module modem is required.
The module enables data reading via popular standard communication protocols:
The functionality may be extended with additional modules. Any 3 modules may be installed at the same time:
The module may operate alarm signalling independently. There are 32 independent alarms available, and each of them features an individual source (the size measured from any given sensor) and independent output. The following inputs are available:
The basic software for reading and visualising data is the LBX application.
Data from the recorder may also be loaded with the use of standard communication protocols, which enable integration with any other IT systems.
The LB-480 recorder is designed for controlling and documenting climate conditions during the course of technological processes in production facilities, logistics warehouses — especially in pharmaceutical, medical and food industries. It is especially useful in meeting the requirements for ISO and HACCP production quality control. When equipped with suitable external sensors, e.g.
LB-710T thermometers or
LB-710A hytherographs, the recorder may be used to control temperature and humidity in rooms. The LB-480 recorder caters to the safety requirements for the storage of vaccines, medicines and other products sensitive to temperature in State Sanitary Inspection facilities, outpatient clinics, hospitals and pharmacies.
any data source in the standard of S300 digital current loop
data transmission: 300 bps 7/N/1
|Temperature — thermistor||
10k thermistor sensor
Measurement range:: -50â¦+150Â°C
Measurement resolution: 0,1Â°C
Â±4Â°C for 140Â°C,
Â±1Â°C for 100Â°C,
Â±0.2Â°C for 50Â°C,
Â±0.2Â°C for 25Â°C,
Â±0.2Â°C for 0Â°C,
Â±2Â°C for -40Â°C
|Temperature — Pt1000||
Pt1000 platinum resistor sensor
Measurement range: -200â¦+850Â°C
Measurement resolution: 0,1Â°C
Â±6Â°C for 750Â°C,
Â±3Â°C for 320Â°C,
Â±1Â°C for 130Â°C,
Â±0.5Â°C for 0Â°C,
Â±1Â°C for -80Â°C,
Â±2Â°C for -190Â°C
|Analogue voltage 0â¦10 V||Measurement range: 0.00â¦+10.00 V
Measurement resolution: 0.01 V
Measurement uncertainty: 0.01 V
|Analogue current 0â¦20 mA||Measurement range: 0.00â¦20.00 mA
Measurement resolution: 0.01 mA
Measurement uncertainty: 0.01 mA
|Binary/pulse||Positive state detection: R < 8k06
Negative state detection: R > 8k06
|Switch||Line shorting: R = 0 â¦ 2k6
Closed contact: R = 2k6 â¦ 8k06
Open contact: R = 8k06 â¦ 24k
Line interruption: R > 24k
|Interfaces||Ethernet||10/100 Mbit/s, full-duplex / half-duplex, flow-control
POE (optionally on request)
|Digital outputs||built-in semiconductor relay||Number of outputs: 2
Maximum continuous load current: 120 mA
Maximum actuation resistance: 35 Ω
Galvanic insulation: 3,750 V
|Recording memory||Recording period||1–60,000 seconds
with a resolution of 1 second
|Memory capacity||~1 MiB|
|Power supply||external power unit||Power supply voltage: 12 V DC
Power input: max. 2.5 W (without S300 inputs)
each S300 input increases the power input by 25 mA (at 12 V power supply: 0.3 W)
|POE (Power Over Ethernet)
(optionally on request)
class 1 (max. 3.84 W)
power supply via 1-2/3-6 data lines or via unused 4-5/7-8
|Operating temperature range
||-20â¦+70Â°C — extended range, available on individual request
|Storage temperature range
||without water condensation
|External dimensions||Steel varnished case||220 x 95 x 48 mm|