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August 25, 2008

Ramtron introduces event data recorder with integrated F-RAM memory

Ramtron International, a developer and supplier of nonvolatile F-RAM and integrated semiconductor products, has launched the FM6124, an F-RAM-based event data recorder.

By CBR Staff Writer

The FM6124 is an integrated event monitoring system that continuously monitors state changes, stores them in the F-RAM, and alerts the system to the changes. Like a programmable logic controller (PLC), the FM6124 features simple device settings and data retrieval for easy system integration and a shorter design-in cycle.

The FM6124 is designed for broad industry use in the industrial control, medical, and metering markets. The event data recorder can perform in a host of applications such as activity/equipment/environmental monitoring; maintenance scheduling; power system management; automotive/industrial automation event recording; vehicle/pedestrian traffic counting; and surveillance systems.


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