Versatile USB DAQ devices are compact and modestly priced
20 May 2011
HBM has launched its espressoDAQ series of USB-based measuring amplifiers for a wide range of data acquisition applications. Despite their small size and modest cost, these high-quality modules offer high performance capability, such as carrier frequency technology and a 24-bit A/D converter. The modules can be powered from the USB interface or a separate power pack if required.
Several of these 'plug-and-measure' amplifiers can be operated from a single USB hub to speed measurements. espressoDAQ supports TEDS (Transducer Electronic Data Sheet), enabling simple and rapid configuration of a wide range of transducer types. The amplifiers are supplied with simple-to-use software that takes just a few steps for configuration, data acquisition and visualization. All measured data can be exported using the most current formats.
The modules enable the measurement of individually configurable current or voltage inputs, along with measurement using strain gauges, in both half or full bridge circuits – and connection of all types of thermocouples.
The modules are available with either four or eight inputs that are all electrically isolated individually and from each other.
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