Industrial Data Acquisition Systems
Looking for an industrial data acquisition system to monitor a process or piece of manufacturing equipment? Industrial Data Acquisition Systems from Brainchild, Delphin, ADwin, dataTaker and Novus are ideal for all types of industrial applications such as process or machine monitoring and control, fault diagnosis, product measurement, or data logging for compliance monitoring.
When choosing an industrial data acquisition system there are several important questions which the answer to help determine what product is best for the application:
- How many and what type of inputs are needed?
- What sample rate is required to capture the data of interest?
- Are any control outputs required?
- Is a local display needed?
- Does the data need to feed to other equipment or software?
Depending on model, these industrial data acquisition systems have the ability to scale from just a few to hundreds of input channels. Also,the different models provide different input sample rates; from once a second or slower on the low end to sample rates of 100’s of kHz or faster at the high end. Systems like the ADwin Gold-II provide deterministic real-time operation with microsecond response times for the most demanding data acquisition and control applications. If the application requires a local display for operators to view data, paperless recorders like the Brainchild PR20 have a built-in screen to display real-time data. Most models offer the flexibility to mix and match I/O to meet the specific needs of the application and easy connection to a PC via LAN, USB or WiFi. Several models including the Delphin Profimessage have the ability to interface to many common industrial communications buses: CAN, Profibus, Fieldbus and Modbus. They are available in compact models with DIN rail mounting for easy installation in a control cabinet, test stand, or control room.
Just give our experienced Applications Specialists a call at 800-956-4437 to find the right industrial data acquisition system or data logger for your individual project.
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