Data-acquisition modules

  • 11-Dec-2009 01:45 EST

IOtech’s three new data-acquisition (DAQ) modules in its 6000 series of advanced measurement products combine high-performance, Ethernet-based DAQ modules with powerful, easy-to-use software. The 6222 is a 12-channel, simultaneously sampled, thermocouple input module and features 24-bit resolution for accurate temperature measurements. The 6230 and 6231 are 12-channel, high-speed, isolated voltage input modules. Each module includes a 24-bit ADC per channel. All inputs are sampled simultaneously at up to 50k S/sec per channel. Channel-to-channel isolation of 250 Vrms isolation is also provided. The 6230 features a ±10-v input range, while the 6231 offers measurements up to ±60 v. Each module also includes eight digital I/O channels. Also included with each 6000 series module is Encore interactive measurement software. New Encore version 1.1 combines an intuitive user interface with robust functionality.

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