TimeLogis aGSM-basedhour meterthat communicatesvia the mobile network.The devicehas been developedfor rentalmachinesand is assembledin parallelwith the existinghour meter.Currentuptimeand consumedservice intervalscan be readvia text, automaticcollection ofcounter valuesand reporting canalso be done withPC applicationObject Manager.TimeLogused for service andbillingpurposesto simplifythe collection ofconsumptiondata from rental machines.Object Managercan alsoestimate thedate ofservicebased onusage history, which allows fora more efficientservice organizationwith the lessor.
GPRS/Dial Up Data (CSD)
Signal Strength Indication
Text At Power Loss
Text At Low Battery
Battery Backup (accessory)
Remote Activated Output
Input Power Rating
Making 24V 1A
Current consumption nom
Temperature Rating (c)
-20 - +70
Dimensions LxWxH (mm)
Number of alarm texts per input
Sends Both Alarm And Reset
Many machines are equipped with an hour- or pulse meter to log runtime data. Installing a runtime meter from Comlink gives you a new way to gather this information.
Our hour meter will automatically send information via text when the service interval limit is approaching.
When the TimeLog is used with Object Manager the runtime data will be automatically collected, for example once per month, and an report is emailed to you with unit information, runtime information and an estimated service date.
SMS Transceiver W4 with the pulse counter feature is connected to Comlink Cloud where all information is gathered.
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TimeLog can operate at supply voltages from 9-28VDC (29-80V DC accessory) and has two inputs to detect runtime. Accumulated values are stored in permanent memory.
The unit has with three alarm inputs that can be connected to optional sensors and for example send alarms for low oil pressure, high water temperature, etc.
The unit has two relay outputs that can be controlled remotely from the service PC (with Object Manager) or a mobile phone.
Reading the hour meter:
The device's counter values can be read by sending an text to the machine. The unit will respond with information about the accumulated runtime value as well as service interval spent. You can either interrogate the values from the service computer (Object Manager) or from a cell phone.
The device can itself call for service when the hour meter reaches a certain time. Settings are sent to the device with the desired service intervals.
The alarm can be automatically forwarded by Object Manager by email or text, with accompanying data on the machine.
Service message contains accumulated time and service intervals. When the service is carried out to the interval counter should be reset.
PC software (service computer):
Object Manager is a PC programme in which units can be managed.
The programme can be configured for automatic reading at adjustable intervals. It is also possible to generate a report that can be used as the basis for billing.
The programme can also receive and forward alarms via email or texts. The programme is installed on any PC equipped with a GSM modem.
The unit can be positioned via the GSM network (depending on provider).