Kistler upgrades DynoWare data acquisition system with USB 2.0 connectivity
02 December 2010
A new DAQ interfacing unit brings the convenience of USB 2.0 connectivity to Kistler's DynoWare data acquisition system, providing a reliable and flexible interface between piezoelectric sensors and the Windows based DynoWare data acquisition and evaluation software.
The compact DAQ unit supports up to two multi-channel charge amplifiers with a sampling rate of up to 1,000 kS/s, depending on the total number of channels. The system integrates a 28 channel, 16-bit analogue to digital converter (ADC) for high resolution sampling, trigger functions and an RS-232 interface to control the charge amplifiers and signal conditioners.
The new DAQ system provides a convenient and easy to install method of interfacing piezoelectric measuring chains and associated charge amplifiers and signal conditioners with the DynoWare software running on a PC under Windows Vista or Windows 7. The resolution and high sampling rate allows highly dynamic processes to be measured and evaluated.
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