A new update for the nVision Reference Recorder by Crystal Engineering – an Intrinsically Safe, modular device for recording pressure and temperature – focuses on data integrity and user safety.
Now, users wanting tamper proof digital records may use CrystalControl – the PC interface software included with the nVision – to export data into an industry standard, digitally signed PDF format.
Administrative users will be able to create a custom start-up screen that displays each time the nVision is powered on. A user must acknowledge the message before using the unit, by pressing a button. This feature makes it possible to clearly tailor an nVision to specific tasks, allowing customers to replace antiquated equipment without changing existing procedures.
The nVision Reference Recorder, rated Intrinsically Safe and IP-67 (submersible up to 1 meter), has become increasingly popular for applications that require long-term, high-accuracy recording because of its ability to record 500,000 data points of temperature, pressure, current or voltage at 10 readings/second with up to 0.025% of reading accuracy in nearly any environment.
For more information on the nVision Reference Recorder, visit: www.crystalengineering.net/nVision.
About Crystal Engineering
Crystal Engineering is based in San Luis Obispo, California and produces highly accurate, field-grade testing and calibration equipment for measurement applications in oil & natural gas, offshore drilling, oil refineries, gas distribution, power generation, nuclear power, waste water, water supply, manufacturing, aerospace, and aircraft maintenance.