DataVU paperless recorders from West Control Solutions save timeWest Control Solutions has released DataVU, a series of robust, easy-to-use paperless recorders. The DataVU series has been designed with flexibility in mind and can be integrated seamlessly within a wide range of applications that require precision data monitoring, such as food and beverage facilities and laboratories.
The DataVU 5 model has been specially designed to provide customers with an affordable paperless recorder option. "We were committed to developing an entry level product that offered customers a number of data display options whilst ensuring the interface was exceptionally intuitive. "Simplicity for our customers was the key consideration for this product," said Ian Collins, Product Manager, West Control Systems. "Through the use of menu-led soft key buttons, the DataVU 5 has been created so that it can be configured by personnel of all experience levels, making it the ideal choice for a basic recorder."
The range also includes the DataVU 7, which offers users a more sophisticated range of data monitoring and recording functions such as batch reporting. Users can view the data directly on the high clarity TFT display or by utilising the ethernet connection to view a further four visualisations of the recorders in operation. The data analysis process can be further enhanced with the PC evaluation software which allows for custom reports to be created. This also enables users to add annotations to reports to make the data more meaningful.
"We are justifiably excited about this new range of paperless recorders," Ian Collins added. "These products offer customers greater insight and control over their applications through the different options available to monitor and record data. We are delighted to be able to offer this level of sophistication in such a robust product that makes the recorders so valuable to businesses working in industrial and scientific markets around the globe."
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