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  • High security data recording
  • 2GB of internal memory
  • 5.7 inch color LCD touchscreen display
  • USB ports for keyboard and barcode scanner
  • Easy network integration
  • Touchscreen operation & configuration
  • Advanced functionality available with optional software:
    • Math & logic, batch recording & flow totalization
  • High accuracy and stability compliant to AMS2750
  • IP66 & NEMA 4X front panel sealing
  • Overvoltage Class III on mains & Class II on I/O
  • EN61010-1 safety rated
  • cULus approved

What's in the Box

  • Panel-mounting clamps
  • Media-door lock keys
  • DataManager Pro software (30-Day Demo)
  • 1 CJ sensor per input card
  • 5 CJ shorting links
  • PC configuration software
  • Product manual on CD


The ABB RVG200 ScreenMaster Videographic Recorder is a secure, easy-to-use paperless recorder. Up to 24 process signals can be connected directly to the RVG200's analog inputs or transferred to it via digital communications. All process data, including alarm conditions, math calculation results and totalizer values, are displayed clearly to the operator and archived securely in an encrypted format for review using the accompanying DataManager Pro PC application. A touch screen featuring swipe gesture control provides fast and intuitive operation. USB connections further simplify operation by enabling peripherals (for example, a keyboard, mouse or barcode scanner) to be attached.

To display process information clearly, the RVG200 features 6 configurable process groups. This enables signals from one process to be grouped by type or enables the RVG200 to monitor up to 6 separate processes. Each process group has its own set of displays including a chart, bargraph and digital indicator. Additionally, an overview display simultaneously shows all process signals being recorded.

The RVG200's responsive touchscreen makes operation quick and simple. The intuitively structured operation and configuration menus can be navigated quickly via an icon-based system or the process groups and displays controlled via on-screen swipe gestures.