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USB Interface Modules
The D8000 series USB interface modules are a family of complete data acquisition modules for use in process control systems.
* Analogue and Digital I/O Models Available
* USB Interface
* Modbus® RTU Protocol
* Up to 25 Conversions per Second
* 500 Vrms Analogue Input or Analogue Output Isolation
Expandable Multichannel Data Acquisition System
Multichannel data acquisition system expandable to over 1000 Channels
Directly Connects to Thermocouple, RTD, Thermistor, Strain Gauge, Load Cell, Voltage, Current, Resistance and Accelerometer Inputs
Industrial Ethernet to Serial Device Servers
1 Serial Port (OM-ES-511) or 2 Serial Ports (OM-ES-522) Software Selectable as RS232, RS422/485 Full Duplex, or RS485 Half Duplex
Maximum Baud Rate 1,000,000 (1 MegaBaud), Custom Baud Rates
-30 to 80°C (-22 to 176°F) Temperature Range
Temperature and Humidity Data Logger, On-line Ethernet Readings
Send Alerts by Email or Text
2GB SD Memory Card Supplied, Stores 7 Years of Data
Built-in Web Server - No Special Software Required
Omega Data Logging & Monitoring Software (OEG)
Monitor your connected OMEGA devices remotely in real time to troubleshoot or improve your processes.
Since its inception in 1962, OMEGA has grown from manufacturing a single product line of thermocouples to an established global leader in the technical marketplace, offering more than 100,000 state-of-the-art products for measurement and control of temperature, humidity, pressure, strain, force, flow, level, pH, conductivity and automation. OMEGA also provides customers with a complete line of data acquisition, electric heating and custom engineered products.
For more information, please contact :-
Omega Engineering Ltd.
One Omega Drive, River Bend Technology Centre, Northbank, Irlam,
Manchester, M44 5BD, UK
0800 488 488 ( UK only)
Tel: +44(0)161 777 2211
Fax: +44(0)161 777 6622
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