Voltage DAQ Systems
Voltage data acquisition systems are modular, flexible voltage data acquisition systems for scientific, R&D and industrial applications, with models offering USB, Ethernet or WiFi interfaces, sample rates up to 50 MS/s and expandable I/O.
Universal inputs enable the connection of signals of any type including non-isolated signals as well as any unit of measurement to be acquired.
Fast & Easy Configuration
User friendly software and intuitive configuration makes for fast installation and short training times.
There are a number of options available that provide additional functions such as counters, encoder interfaces, serial and CAN bus interfaces.
Rugged & Compact
With its rugged, compact,enclosure it can be used as a desktop or bench unit, DIN rail mounted in a panel or as a portable system.
Voltage data acquisition systems allow for easy monitoring with their fast configuration and user-friendly software. The additional functionality your system provides continues to grow with your project.
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