Ethernet DAQ Device is supported by Windows and Android.

Press Release Summary:

Along with 250 kS/sec sampling and 16-bit resolution, E-1608 Ethernet-based multifunction Data Acquisition (DAQ) device offers 8 analog inputs, 8 DIO, one counter input, and 2 analog outputs. OEM board-only version is also available. While Windows® options include DAQami and TracerDAQ® along with comprehensive programming language — C®, C++®, C#®, Visual Basic®, and Visual Basic .NET™ — and driver support, Android™ support lets users develop DAQ applications for tablets/smartphones.

Original Press Release:

New Ethernet DAQ from Measurement Computing

NORTON, MA. — Measurement Computing Corporation today announced the release of the E-1608, an Ethernet-based multifunction Data Acquisition (DAQ) device. The E-1608 provides both analog and digital I/O and is priced at $499.

The E-1608 features 250 kS/sec sampling and 16-bit resolution. It offers eight analog inputs, eight digital I/O, one counter input, and two analog outputs. The device is supported in Windows® and Android™ operating systems and will add Linux® support in the near future.  An OEM board-only version is also available.

Microsoft Windows software options for the E-1608 include DAQami and TracerDAQ® to display and log data, along with comprehensive support for C®, C++®, C#®, Visual Basic®, and Visual Basic .NET™. Drivers for DASYLab® and NI LabVIEW™ are also provided.

Android support for the E-1608 allows users to develop DAQ applications for tablets and smart phones. Free sample applications are available for download on Google Play™.

About Measurement Computing

Measurement Computing designs and manufactures data acquisition devices that are easy to use, easy to integrate, and easy to support. Included software options are extensive and provided for both programmers and non-programmers. Free technical support, limited lifetime warranties, and low cost of ownership make Measurement Computing the easiest choice for DAQ.

More information about Measurement Computing is available at

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Dan Mandill

Marketing Specialist

Measurement Computing

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