Product News: Test & Measuring Instruments
USB DAQ Device offers sampling rates up to 400 kS/sec.
Press Release Summary:
June 4, 2012 - Providing up to 800 kS/sec sampling in burst mode, Model USB-1608FS-Plus features eight 16-bit simultaneously sampled analog inputs, 8 digital I/O, and 1 counter input. Multi-function device includes TracerDAQ(TM) along with comprehensive drivers for Visual Studio® and Visual Studio® .NET, DASYLab®, and NI LabVIEW(TM). Also included is DAQFlex open-source software framework, which provides programming support for Windows®, Linux®, and Mac® operating systems.
Original Press Release
New USB DAQ from Measurement Computing
Press release date: May 22, 2012
Twice the sample rate Plus the same low price
NORTON, Mass., -- Measurement Computing Corporation, the value leader in data acquisition, today announced the release of the USB-1608FS-Plus, a high-speed, multifunction USB DAQ device with sampling rates up to 400 kS/sec (800 kS/sec burst mode). This new module offers twice the throughput of our current USB-1608FS at the same low price of $399.
The USB-1608FS-Plus provides eight, 16-bit, simultaneously sampled analog inputs, eight digital I/O (high-current 24 mA), and one counter input.
A variety of software options are included with the USB-1608FS-Plus to meet any skill level or application requirement. Support includes out of the box TracerDAQ(TM) along with comprehensive drivers for Visual Studio® and Visual Studio® .NET, DASYLab®, and NI LabVIEW(TM). Also included is Measurement Computing's DAQFlex open-source software framework which provides programming support for Windows®, Linux®, and Mac® operating systems.
And, like all Measurement Computing DAQ products, free technical support and a limited lifetime warranty are included.
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.