The BlueTC with or without radio transmission was developed as an alternative interface to the BlueMETER SIGMA and BlueMETER BASIC for using the BlueLEVEL and BlueLEVEL BASIC inclination measuring instruments.
It is possible to send measured data via an RS232/485 port to a printer, a PC/laptop or the WYLER software LEVELSOFT PRO and MT-SOFT or to other software such as LabEXCEL.
Advantage compared to the BlueMETER SIGMA/BlueMETER BASIC connected to BlueLEVEL/BlueLEVEL BASIC instruments are:
- Simple configuration; BlueTC is only an interface between instruments and PC / laptop
- Cost effectiveness (in case of wireless data transmission)
Disadvantage compared to the BlueMETER SIGMA/BlueMETER BASIC connected to BlueLEVEL or BlueLEVEL BASIC instruments are:
- No display of the measured values of the connected instruments [A] and [B]
- Menu less extensive and less comfortable due to missing display
BlueTC with BlueLEVEL
BlueTC with ZEROTRONIC sensors
Configuration with two or more BlueTCs, connected to ZEROTRONIC-sensors and to a PC / laptop whereas the BlueTC works as an interface, and with data transmission through cable: Up to a total of 64 units can be connected, whereas the HOST BlueTC, each REMOTE BlueTC and each sensor count as one unit.
Distance PC – BlueTC <2.5m /
Distance BlueTC – BlueTC <1000 m /
Distance BlueTC – sensors <15m
Configuration with two or more BlueTCs, connected to ZEROTRONIC sensors and to a PC / laptop whereas the BlueTC works as an interface, and with radio transmission: Up to a total of 16 wireless units can be connected via Bluetooth, whereas the HOST BlueTC and each REMOTE BlueTC count as one unit. Up to 7 sensors can be read in simultaneously.
Regarding the configuration set-up of the sensors, there is only the limitation that the total number of units connected may not exceed 64, whereas the HOST BlueTC, each REMOTE BlueTC and each sensor count as one unit.
Distance PC – BlueTCDistance BlueTC – BlueTCDistance BlueTC – sensors <15m