Transient recorder

  • 21-Jun-2010 02:08 EDT
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Elsys Instruments expands its family of LAN-controlled transient recorders with the TraNET FE model. The line offers data acquisition in a compact, portable design. TraNET FE is available with four to 32 channels and provides measurement precision of ±0.03%, sample rates up to 80 MS/s at a vertical resolution of 14 bits, and acquisition memories up to 64 points per channel. The TraNET FE provides flexibility in configuring solutions for individual measurement needs. Features include multiple acquisition modes and high channel density, making it suitable for a range of power measurement applications including inverters, frequency converters, engine control, and particle accelerator control. Compact design and stand-alone operation enable the TraNET FE to be employed in mobile and remote environments, and the series features several data acquisition modes, including scope, continuous, block, and event controlled recording.

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