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Test & Measurement

Data Logger/Recorder delivers accelerated operation.

Based upon PowerDNA Ethernet DAQ cubes, UEILogger(TM) series is configured to meet specific needs of end-user's application. Products support SD cards as large as 32 GB and sampling rates to 500 KSPS for 16-bit samples and 250 KSPS for 18- to 24-bit A/D samples. Alarming function allows digital output or Sync bit to be controlled by alarm conditions of analog inputs. Featuring built-in sample...

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Analog Output Boards provide high currents and voltages.
Architectural & Civil Engineering Products

Analog Output Boards provide high currents and voltages.

PD2-AO-32/16HC high-current board supplies 90 mA per channel continuously, while 16HV high-voltage version generates ±40 V on each of its output lines. Current board maximum aggregate output current is 1.725 A at 10 V or 1.625 A at -10 V. Adequate cooling is needed if the board sinks more than 1.25 A total, but simply adding fan in chassis is generally sufficient. Both piggyback modules take...

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Test & Measurement

Data Logger/Recorder delivers accelerated operation.

Based upon PowerDNA Ethernet DAQ cubes, UEILogger(TM) series is configured to meet specific needs of end-user's application. Products support SD cards as large as 32 GB and sampling rates to 500 KSPS for 16-bit samples and 250 KSPS for 18- to 24-bit A/D samples. Alarming function allows digital output or Sync bit to be controlled by alarm conditions of analog inputs. Featuring built-in sample...

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Analog Output Boards provide high currents and voltages.
Architectural & Civil Engineering Products

Analog Output Boards provide high currents and voltages.

PD2-AO-32/16HC high-current board supplies 90 mA per channel continuously, while 16HV high-voltage version generates ±40 V on each of its output lines. Current board maximum aggregate output current is 1.725 A at 10 V or 1.625 A at -10 V. Adequate cooling is needed if the board sinks more than 1.25 A total, but simply adding fan in chassis is generally sufficient. Both piggyback modules take...

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