Stationary laboratory data acquisition system

  • 10-Feb-2017 07:02 EST
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Diversified Technical Systems' (Seal Beach, CA) SLICE PRO LAB system offers the same electronics and flexibility as its crash-hardened SLICE PRO data acquisition modules, but in laboratory enclosures, making it suitable for a variety of static testing such as crash test dummy calibration. System modules can be configured into any combination in the SLICE PRO LAB Rack and are compatible with other Diversified Technical Systems hardware. The system is a standard 19-in x 3U that holds up to four modules as well as an Ethernet controller. The racks can be daisy-chained to support high channel-count tests. The company claims the standard rack configuration features sleek handles that make it quick and easy to reconfigure systems. For more information, visit www.dtsweb.com.

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