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JRC Electromagnetic Log Users Manual Series EML-500

Year: 2007
Language: english
Author: JRC
Genre: Manual
Publisher: JRC
Edition: 21
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 85
Description: The EML 500 series of electromagnetic logs successfully meets the performance requirements
prescribed by IMO resolution A478 (XII), and has been approved by the Ministry of Land,Infrastructure
and Transport Japan (approval no.:3795).
The EML500 features:
(1) Versatile external interfaces
· Pulse output (photocoupler / contact)
· Digital output (NMEA0183)
· Analog speed output (0V DC to 5V DC)
· Alarm contact and interface with the GPS
(2) High reliability
The use of highly integrated circuits, such as microprocessors, provides excellent reliability due to
a reduction in parts and the elimination of moving parts.
(3) Master indicator for displaying the speed and distance
(4) Variety of sensors available to meet various installation requirements.
A dual-axis sensor can measure not only the longitudinal speed, but also the transverse speed.
(5) Built-in self-diagnostic function



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