USB DAQ Board simultaneous samples up to 20 MS/s per channel.
December 16, 2013 -
Featuring 2 analog input channels with multiple input ranges up to ±10 V, USB-2020 can sample data from both channels at overall rate of 40 MS/s to onboard memory or continuously stream data to host computer at up to 8 MS/s. Each channel has its own ADC to eliminate channel skew and ensure phase information between channels is maintained. Along with flexible triggering and gating, features include clock I/O input and TracerDAQ® software.
|Original Press Release |
Measurement Computing Corp.
10 Commerce Way
Norton, MA, 02766
New Ultra High-Speed USB DAQ from Measurement Computing
20 MS/sec sampling for only $999
Norton, MA – Measurement Computing Corporation, the value leader in data acquisition, today announced the release of a new high-speed, USB data acquisition board with simultaneous sampling up to 20 MS/s per channel.
The USB-2020 features two analog input channels with multiple input ranges up to ±10V and can sample data from both channels at an overall rate of 40 MS/s to the onboard memory, or continuously stream data to a host computer at up to 8 MS/s. Each channel has its own A/D converter to eliminate channel skew and ensure phase information between channels is maintained.
Flexible triggering and gating ensures data is acquired when needed. The clock I/O input allows acquisitions to be controlled by the onboard clock or by an external clock source for applications that require user-supplied pacing.
The small, board-only design makes the USB-2020 ideal for OEM and embedded applications.
Included with the USB-2020 is out-of-the-box TracerDAQ® software along with comprehensive support for Visual Studio® and Visual Studio® .NET, and NI LabVIEW™.
At $999, the USB-2020 is unmatched in the industry for ultra high-speed USB DAQ.
About Measurement Computing
Measurement Computing is the market leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of value-priced data acquisition hardware, and test and measurement software solutions for both programmers and non-programmers. More information about Measurement Computing is available on the Web at www.mccdaq.com.
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