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Chell upgrades its nanoDAQ range

03 July 2019

Chell Instruments has updated its nanoDAQ-LTR range with the nanoDAQ-LTR-64 channel.

The new nanoDAQ-LTR-64 has 64 channels and is a low-cost option within Chell’s miniature smart pressure scanner range. By utilising the latest technology in digital transducers, Chell have created a slim-line version of the nanoDAQ featuring a configurable manifold mount.

“Our new improved pressure scanner is not only affordable, but its size and construction also mean it’s ideal for many new applications” states Nick Broadley, Managing Director at Chell. “It’s also fully configurable and will output pressure data in engineering units over Ethernet and CAN.”

With the new improved upgrade users can select a number of operating parameters using the embedded web server. Its miniature dimensions also mean it can be used in harsh environments and on-vehicle applications, where space is limited.

“At Chell we are always innovating and expanding our range” continues Nick. “The new nanoDaq-LTR-64 uses 66 absolute transducers, all thermally compensated from -40 to 90C. We’re proud to be continually creating solutions for our customers and the nanoDAQ-LTR-64 is the latest example of how we’ve responded to customer requirements.”

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