Transient recorders

  • 24-Nov-2010 02:59 EST
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Elsys Instruments' compact TPCX-24014 and TPCX-12014 series LAN-controlled transient recorders offer sampling speeds of 240 or 120 MS/s at 14- or 16-bit vertical resolution. The series combines measurement precision with vertical and offset accuracy specified at ±0.1% of full scale and improved sampling speeds. Housed in a single-width PCI slot, the recorders feature analog bandwidth and are suitable for a range of power measurement applications including inverters, frequency converters, and engine control with specialty applications including explosive tests and acoustic emissions. Designed for flexibility, the module's four single-ended channels can be switched into two true, fully differential channels. An input voltage range offers up to 100 V; input channels can be individually triggered. Other features include various data acquisition modes including continuous, block, and event controlled recording as well as a small footprint.

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