Data Translation Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
0.07 µV resolution and ±500V channel-to-channel isolation!
High Accuracy USB Data Acquisition Module with Four Simultaneous 24-Bit Analog Inputs
Data Translation announces the release of its latest flagship data acquisition module: The DT 9824 provides four galvanically isolated differential inputs with a dedicated 24-bit A/D converter for each channel.
The new USB module achieves resolutions up to 0.07 µV. Its low temperature drift and high common mode rejection >150 dB set new standards in compact USB data acquisition. The rugged steel enclosure make the DT 9824 ideally suited for use as a portable device and for mounting in a 19" rack. The module is powered by USB so that no external power supply is needed.
The new DT 9824 module provides input voltage ranges of ±10 V. Gains of 1, 8, 16 and 32 are individually programmable per channel, depending on the applied signals. All input channels can be sampled simultaneously at up to 4.8 kHz per channel. Removable screw terminals on the module allow quick and easy signal connections.
In addition to the analog channels, the data acquisition module provides eight isolated digital inputs for signals up to 28 VDC and eight solid-state relay outputs that operate at ±30 V and 400 mA peak. The digital I/Os are galvanically isolated; the signals are connected through a D-sub connector.
The DT 9824 features Data Translation's ISO-Channel technology which ensures ultra high accuracy and stability. This technology includes custom DC/DC converters and digital opto-couplers that provide full channel-to-channel isolation of up to 1000V.
The new data acquisition module comes with a comprehensive software package including a wide choice of useful software tools and drivers, such as oscilloscope and data logger, IVI-COM drivers, .NET class libraries and a Win32 software development kit.
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