Product News: Test & Measuring Instruments, Software
USB DAQ Systems offer sampling rate up to 500 kS/s.
Press Release Summary:
August 25, 2011 - Comprised of three 16-bit multifunction models, USB-1608G Series offers 16 analog inputs and up to 2 analog outputs, plus 8 digital I/O, 2 counter inputs, and 1 timer output. Data acquisition devices include range of software options, such as TracerDAQ(TM), along with comprehensive support for Visual Studio® and Visual Studio® .NET, DASYLab®, NI LabVIEW(TM), and MATLAB®. Also included is DAQFlex open-source software framework, which supports Windows®, Linux®, and Mac® OS.
Original Press Release
New USB DAQ from Measurement Computing
Press release date: August 8, 2011
USB-1608G Series Sets a New Standard for Low-Cost, High-Speed DAQ
NORTON, Mass. - Measurement Computing Corporation, the value leader in data acquisition, today announced the release of three, high-speed, 16-bit USB DAQ devices with sampling rates up to 500 kS/s. Starting at only $399, the USB-1608G Series set a new standard for low-cost, high-speed multifunction DAQ.
The USB-1608G Series offers 16 analog inputs and up to two analog outputs, plus eight digital I/O, two counter inputs, and one timer output.
A range of software options are included with the USB-1608G Series including out of the box TracerDAQ(TM) along with comprehensive support for Visual Studio® and Visual Studio® .NET, DASYLab®, NI LabVIEW(TM), and MATLAB®. Also included is Measurement Computing's DAQFlex open-source software framework which provides support for Windows®, Linux®, and Mac® operating systems.
USB-1608G SeriesAbout Measurement Computing
Analog Sampling Analog Digital Model Inputs Rate Outputs I/O Counters 16 SE/8 Up to 250 USB-1608G DIFF kS/s 0 8 2 16 SE/8 Up to 500 USB-1608GX DIFF kS/s 0 8 2 USB-1608GX- 16 SE/8 Up to 500 2AO DIFF kS/s 2 8 2
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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SOURCE Measurement Computing Corporation
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