Through the usage of the Data Acquisition System (DAS) the system has nearly no limits considering 

the connection of sensors and actuators
Operation- and signal-components
Control- and regulation tasks
Data exchange with other systems

Both the operator software FMC and the DAS are systems which can be connected to a network and operate on every mostly common Intranet with a TCP/IP protocol. Already installed networks of the customer may be used as Ethernet structure.


Additional to the particle counters, all common physical measure variables can be collected by the
   DAS and processed by FMC.
Following standard modules are available:

- Analogue input modules        ( Pressure, Temperature, Humidity etc. )
- Analogue output modules      ( Control valves, Frequency converter etc. )
- Digital input/output modules  ( Buttons, Lamps, stop positions etc. )
- Relay modules                     ( Magnetic valves, Engine triggers etc. )
- Frequency modules              ( Impulse counters, Volume counters etc. )
- Serial interface modules        ( RS232, RS422, RS485 etc. )
- Counter module PZ10           ( for the direct connection of particle sensors without any evaluation units. )

Because of the modular connection system of the DAS the periphery can be enhanced at any time.


The realization of complex control processes also in dependence on analogue values and results of the
   particle measurement is easy to handle for the system. This includes also the control of the processes.

According to the customers wishes, other system emulations can be adapted on the DAS (e.g.
   Siemens S5)


An own developed software regulator allows the realization of manifold regulation tasks.
   E.G. An automated small rate control for a continuous volume flow ( Calibration flow ) through a
   particle sensor for liquids and gases ( e.g. 60ml/min ) even at extreme pressure deviations in less
   than one second.


The DAS - System allows the connection of nearly all common BUS systems and the realization of
   Point to Point connections. Because of this a data exchange with superior or parallel operating
   systems is generally possible.