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Amplifier offers eight individually configurable channels

25 April 2015

New from HBM is an eight channel universal MX840B DAQ amplifier, which supports the company's QuantumX data acquisition system.

The eight channels can be individually configured and used to measure a wide range of mechanical, thermal, electrical and hydraulic parameters, such as force, strain, acceleration, torque, rotational speed, temperature, voltage, current, pressure and flow rate.  

The amplifier supports more than 15 different sensor and transducer types; for example, half and full bridge circuits (strain gauge and inductive transducers), resistors, potentiometric, voltage, current, thermocouples, LVDT, Ohmic and rotary encoders. The new module also supports current-fed piezoelectric transducers (IEPE/ICP) on each channel.

Featuring a sampling rate of 40kS/s and a signal bandwidth of 7kHz, the new MX840B is suitable for measuring and analysing electrical vibrations, mechanical vibrations and noises in the time, frequency and angle domain.  As with other QuantumX modules, the new MX840B is easily integrated  into data acquisition networks.

Also new from HBM is the CX23-R data recorder and EX23-R Ethernet switch, which complements the company's SomatXR data acquisition system.

The SomatXR CX23-R data recorder with web interface provides direct access to measurement data without any software installation.

The EX23-R Ethernet Switch features 10GB Ethernet ports for connecting SomatXR measurement modules and other accessories, five of which are able to supply electrical power to external devices via Power-over-Ethernet. It also supports the Precision Time Protocol (PTPv2), as defined by IEEE-1588.

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