Measurement and Control Systems

Measurement and Control Systems used in test stands, product development labs , open and closed loop PID control and positioning or motion control applications used in research, manufacturing and other industries.

Real-Time Concept

The ADwin CPU runs an optimized Real-Time multi-tasking operating system; only this combination provides exact, predictable process response times.

Smooth Communication

The system works in close cooperation with the Windows-PC. Smooth communication between the two is done via Ethernet or USB.

Additional Functionality

There are a number of options available that provide additional functions such as counters, encoder interfaces, serial and CAN bus interfaces, and SSI interfaces.

Rugged & Compact

With its rugged, compact, metal housing, it can be used flexibly, such as a desktop unit, for panel mounting or as a portable system in combination with a notebook.

ADwin Measurement and Control Systems runs a Real-Time multi-tasking operating system that offers precise, deterministic response time and transparent communication between the system and a PC.

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DelphinDAQ Systems

Delphin data acquisition systems and data loggers solve a variety of measurement and control problems in industrial and laboratory applications. They offer a range of systems for industrial, environmental, remote, vibration and transient data logging, data acquisition and control applications.

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AdwinDAQ Systems

ADwin data acquisition systems support parallel, individually-controlled, real-time processes while operating independent of the computer’s operating system. ADwin is typically used in applications with demanding control, sophisticated real-time processing and deterministic operation.

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Data Logger vs DAQ

What is the difference between a Data Logger vs DAQ System? A data logger is a type of data acquisition system, but a data acquisition system is not necessarily a datalogger. There are several key functional differences in how the market understands these two classes of instruments. While the differences between these two types of instruments have been reduced as technology has improved, there remain features that separate them.

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