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Data Translation Announces "Network-Ready" Ethernet version of the TEMPpoint™ Temperature Measurement Instrument.

Data Translation announces the Ethernet (LXI) version of their ultra-accurate temperature measurement instrument TEMPpoint. This network-ready version of the popular instrument provides a standard Ethernet connection to support remote monitoring and control of thermocouples, RTD's and voltages; in the field, in the laboratory and on the factory floor.

TEMPpoint offers 48 separate channels with 24-bit resolution, each with it's own A/D converter and CJC circuit for unmatched +/-0.01% accuracy. TEMPpoint has received full Class C compliance and certification for LXI, assuring compatibility with other LXI devices for large system configurations up to hundreds of channels. 1000V channel-to-channel isolation protects signal integrity and rejects common mode noise.

Additional Features of TEMPpoint include Anytime auto-calibration for guaranteed accuracy, Automatic linearization of B, E, J, K, N, R, S, and T standard thermocouples, constant throughput across all channels at rates up to 10Hz per channel, 4-wire RTD connections to eliminate errors, 8 opto-isolated digital input lines for monitoring and 8 opto-isolated digital output lines for driving relays

TEMPpoint ships with a ready to measure web-based application. Using the web-based TEMPpoint application, you can configure, measure, and control the DT8871 and DT8872 instruments either locally or remotely. Web pages are provided for configuring all aspects of your TEMPpoint instrument including: Local Area Network (LAN), input channels to measure, scan parameters, alarm limits, and digital I/O lines. Additional information on other USB and LXI software supporting TEMPpoint including IVI-COM drivers, .NET class libraries, and SDKs are available.

TEMPpoint is available in four separate versions: Thermocouple or RTD inputs for USB, and Thermocouple or RTD inputs for Ethernet (LXI). TEMPpoint USB versions are available now. Ethernet (LXI) versions will be available from June. ________________________________________________

May 2008

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