Mobile data acquisition device designed for harsh environmentsMarch 30, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Acquiring field test data is a critical part in the development process. It requires specialized, reliable instrumentation designed for mobile data acquisition.
Enter HBM’s SoMat eDAQ, available from Durham Instruments. A stand-alone sealed system designed for testing in harsh environments, eDAQ sets the standard for rugged, mobile data acquisition. It features leading-edge signal conditioning and a capacity to perform a broad range of on-board data processing, triggering, intelligent data storage and complex computations.
The eDAQ leads the way in the correlation of physical data, vehicle bus and GPS. It is easy to communicate both wired and wirelessly, as the system utilizes Ethernet communications and hosts its own web server. No PC software is required to start/stop tests or upload data.
- Stand-alone data acquisition;
- Intelligent data storage;
- Sealed system for extreme environments;
- The ability to operate in temperatures from -20 to 65 degrees C;
- Wide range of signal conditioning;
- Synchronous data (parallel);
- Sample rates up to 100 kHz;
- Networking of multiple systems;
- Wide range of input power: 10-55 VDC;
- Ethernet communications; and
- Worldwide connectivity.
If users have small channel count applications where compactness and ruggedness are essential, the eDAQlite may be a better option. It is the compact version of the SoMat eDAQ, engineered using the same technology with similar leading-edge signal conditioning and a capacity to perform a broad range of on-board data processing, triggering, intelligent data storage and complex computations. The compact eDAQlite can be installed inconspicuously to collect data under discrete conditions. Intelligent data storage collects relevant measurement data in a condensed, manageable form, rather than gigabytes of results.
Since all HBM SoMat systems are easy to setup and operate, users will be up and running fast, successfully collecting data in the most challenging environments.
For more information, contact Durham Instruments.