Wireless Simplicity, Hardwired Reliability™
- Node-to-node synchronization up to ±32 microseconds
- Lossless data throughput under most operating conditions
- Extended wireless communication range to 2km
Ease of Use
- High capacity, rechargeable battery for extended use
- Remotely configure nodes, acquire and view sensor data with Node Commander®.
- Optional web-based SensorCloud™ interface optimizes data storage, viewing, and analysis.
- Accepts most IEPE accelerometers
- Out-of-the box wireless sensing solution reduces development and deployment time.
- Volume discounts
In general 802.15.4 and WiFi (802.11) coexsist without much interference to either type of signal. However, physical placement of wireless routers and WSDA -base stations may require the selection of "prefered" channels. There are only two (2) 802.15.4 channels where WiFi DOESN’T share the same frequency, 15 and 20.
Typically, Wifi APs default to channel 6.
*note: channel 25 and 26 are not available with current Lord Microstrain wireless technology
The % bandwidth has to do with how many nodes/channels you can use at one time. When setting up a Synchronized Sampling network, Node Commander will interrogate each node and assign transmission slots for them to send data to the base station. This is designed to keep the nodes from broadcasting at the same time and causing data loss. The more channels, and higher sample rate of a node will require more transmission slots, thus higher % of available bandwidth used.
The most common cause of this issue is that the customer connects the WSDA directly to the PC via the ethernet cable without setting the WSDA -1000 up for Static IP first. If you refer to page 3 of the quick start guide http://files.microstrain.com/WSDA-1500_QSG_(8501-0057).pdf
To connect to the gateway Control Panel through Live Connect™ an initial connection to a DHCP enabled network is required.
1. Connect the host computer and gateway to the DHCP network, and apply power to the gateway.
Verify the gateway status indicator shows that it is on and has completed the boot up process.
This means that the WSDA and the computer needs to be connected to a device (like a router) that will assign an IP address to it. Once this is done the user will be able to log into the WSDA web control panel (using the router assigned IP), and change the network mode to Static IP in the configuration screen. They would then need to change the network card of the computer to a complementing Static IP. After this is done the user should be able directly connect the WSDA to a computer.
Excel displays our time stamp incorrectly. If you were to open the data file in Notepad you would see the correct time format. To correct the data in Excel, Highlight all of column A, right click on the highlighted region and select Format Cells. Under the Number tab select Custom, Scroll to the bottom of the list that appears and select “m/d/yyyy h:mm”. You will need to add “:ss.000” to the end of this, so it looks like this “m/d/yyyy h:mm:ss.000” . Setting the cells to this will give you the highest resolution that Excel can show.
We use Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) to collect data on all of our devices. There is no provision to set the time to a local time zone.
The IEPE-Link™ -LXRS® accepts inputs from most IEPE sensors using the industry standard 10-32 mini-coaxial connector and 2.3 mA constant current excitation.
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