USB Sensor Interface for Multi-Channel Applications

Gernsbach, (PresseBox) - With the new multi-sensor interface model 9205 burster expands its product range of USB-interfaced evaluation electronics. The interface is suitable for all applications requiring that the measuring signals of multiple sensors are captured in a fast and direct way without any additional amplifier or converter and transmitted to a PC for further evaluation. The powerful and easy-to-handle measuring system for up to 4 channels works on a "plug & measure" basis.

The individually configurable measuring chain is applicable wherever a PC with USB interface is available. Its USB connection allows plainest installation. The alignment of the sensors is realized via a 9 pin submin-D plug. The sensors are supplied by an integrated USB hub. A comfortable configuration and evaluation software provides the user in best time with a measuring system that is able to visualize and archive measuring data without any problems. In its compact table housing the interface can be used almost in any application.

The interface acquires signals from strain gage, potentiometric and DC/DC sensors. Its integrated 16 bit A/D converter guarantees a high-quality data processing. With a measuring rate of 200 measuring values per second the USB sensor interface masters also speedy applications. For further processing the acquired measuring data can be exported troublefree to an EXCEL file. The software's simplicity admits also the unexercised user operation by intuition.

For these reasons the sensor interface ideally fits into industry and academy test laboratories. By use of up to 4 channels test and comparative measurements on complex test benches of all different kinds can be carried out in parallel. For its use as mobile reference measuring system the complete measuring chain can be delivered with a works or DKD calibration certificate.

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