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Camur II Server

Camur II is a distributed data logger system designed for measurements in concrete. It is a scalable system. You will find cost-effective solutions for systems with few sensors installed in a small area or systems with hundreds of sensors spread over several hundred meters.

Starting in the measuring point the Camur II node connects your analog sensor to the Camur II Bus. Different kinds of sensors need different kinds of signal conditioning, consequently there are several types of Camur II nodes. For example the Camur II P-node is designed to measure the potential between a reference electrode and the rebar. Camur II LPR-node is designed to perform LPR measurement connected to rebar, reference- and counter electrode. The Camur II Bus connects all your Camur II nodes with a Camur II Controller. The Camur II Bus consists of a power- and a CAN-bus cable. Observe that you only need one set of cables to connect all your nodes to the Camur II Controller. The Camur II Bus need only pass the measurement points in the shortest way.

The Camur II Server software is the supervisor of the Camur II installation and runs on the Camur II Controller hardware. It is responsible for the configuration of the system. It collects and stores the data from your sensors, sets alarms and logs all important events in the system. Finally you need the user interface. The Camur II Monitor software runs directly on the Camur II Controller or on a remote PC.

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Apr 9 2016 — May 9 2016

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