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Measurement Computing announce the release of the WiFi-501 temperature data logging sensor. The low-cost WiFi-501 measures the temperature of its environment while transmitting data wirelessly via WiFi to a PC. Data is viewed on a PC using the included software. The WiFi-501 also has a built-in display for real time viewing of data.
Measurement Computing Corporation has announced the release of four, low-cost USB DAQ devices with sampling rates up to 500 kS/s. Available from Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts), the USB-200 Series confirms MCC as the leading supplier for low-cost USB DAQ.
Measurement Computing Corporation today announced the release of two, low cost, multifunction USB DAQ devices. These new devices add to MCC's increasing line-up of over 30 USB DAQ products under $500. The 12-bit USB-1208FS-Plus and 14-bit USB-1408FS-Plus offer eight analog inputs with sample rates up to 50 kS/sec, two analog outputs, 16 digital I/O, and one counter.
Measurement Computing has announced the release of USB DAQ device support for Android-based tablets. As tablets gain popularity, Measurement Computing is at the forefront of targeting these new devices with its low-cost USB data acquisition products.
Bringing you truly portable data acquisition, Measurement Computing Corporation has released its fully rechargeable USB-525 remote data logger assistant. Available from Adept Scientific it is now possible to configure and retrieve data from the USB-500 Series Loggers without even having a PC to hand.
Measurement Computing Corporation has announced the release of the PCIe-DAS1602/16 multifunction DAQ board for the PCI Express bus. Available from Adept Scientific the 16-bit PCIe-DAS1602/16 offers 16 analogue inputs, a 100kS/s sample rate, 32 digital I/O, two analogue outputs and three counter inputs.
The latest addition to value for money data acquisition devices from Measurement Computing Corporation sees the release of the USB-1608FS-Plus. Available from Adept Scientific this high-speed, multifunction USB DAQ device with sampling rates up to 400kS/sec (800kS/sec burst mode) offers twice the throughput of the current USB-1608FS.
Measurement Computing Corporation's USB-2500 Series of high-speed multifunction OEM boards are available from Adept Scientific. The USB-2500 Series are multifunction measurement and control boards designed for OEM or embedded applications; each board is supported under the popular Microsoft Windows® operating systems.
Measurement Computing Corporation (MCC) (Norton, MA) has released the LGR-5320 series of stand-alone, multifunction data acquisition loggers. Available from Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) the new data acquisition devices allow users to collect high-speed correlated analogue and digital data without a computer.
Measurement Computing Corporation (MCC) today announced the release of the LGR-5320 series of stand-alone, multifunction data acquisition loggers. The new data acquisition devices allow users to collect high-speed correlated analog and digital data without a computer.
The USB-501-LT data logger measures and stores up to 4,080 temperature readings over the -10 to +50 °C (+14 to 122 °F) measurement range with 15-m, 30-m, 1-h, and 2-h sampling intervals and a battery life of one month (continuous use).
Measurement Computing Corporation (MCC), the market leader in value-priced data acquisition, today announced the release of the 2010 Product Selection Guide for data acquisition and test and measurement. The guide is available in PDF format for immediate download at www.mccdaq.com.
Measurement Computing Corporation (MCC), the market leader of value-priced data acquisition hardware and software, today announced the release of MCC DAQ Software CD version 6.0 with 64-bit drivers and ULx (Universal Library Extensions) for National Instruments LabVIEW.
The USB-2001-TC is a single-channel, 20-bit, thermocouple data acquisition device for measuring temperatures over the ranges defined by NIST J, K, R, S, T, N, E, and B thermocouple types. Under the new DAQFlex framework, the USB-2001-TC is supported under both Windows and Linux.
Measurement Computing Corporation today added a new thermocouple device to its line of OS-independent DAQFlex products designed for OEM applications.
Measurement Computing Corporation (MCC) today announced the upcoming integration of IOtech's DAQ products to their growing product line. MCC and IOtech joined together in 2007, keeping independent operations but sharing key resources. Over the upcoming year, the two companies will fully integrate and consolidate to MCC's Norton, MA location. This company will keep the name Measurement Computing and will sell, service, and support both brands.
Measurement Computing Corporation has announced the addition of a thermocouple data logger with an LCD display to its growing line of battery-powered remote loggers. The new USB-501-TC-LCD is a handy and inexpensive answer to local or remote temperature logging requirements, and has the added convenience of a quick-look LCD display. Supporting K-, J-, and T-type thermocouples, the new logger can measure and store over 32,000 temperatures over the -200 to +1350 °C (-328 to +2462 °F) range, and can record data at 13 software-selectable logging rates from once per second, to once every 12 hours.
Measurement Computing has announced the release of two new data acquisition products featuring a new O/S-independent protocol that allows DAQ devices to be programmed with simple text-based messages. A new 7000 series product line, which includes the USB-7202 and USB-7204 boards, combines small form-factor, bus-powered USB hardware, and a light and agile software framework that can be ported to multiple operating systems. The software framework, a core technology to the series, is called Message-Based DAQ (MBD).
Measurement Computing Corporation has announced the addition of a new battery-powered temperature/humidity logger with superior accuracy. The USB-502-PLUS is a cost-effective solution for both long- or short-term logging applications in which accuracy and small size are important.
Measurement Computing has announced the release of a high-speed, eight-channel quadrature encoder module that outperforms everything else on the market. The high-performance USB-QUAD08 data acquisition device provides simultaneous input and decoding for up to eight incremental quadrature encoders at resolution up to 48-bits.
Measurement Computing today announced the release of a universal analog input module to the USB-2404 series of simultaneous data acquisition devices. The new module provides four channels of 24-bit universal analog input with integrated signal conditioning.
Measurement Computing today announced the release of a new series of highly accurate, multifunction measurement and control modules for the USB bus. The USB-2416 and the USB-2416-4AO are 24-bit, analog input devices for voltage or temperature, with eight digital I/O lines and two counters. The USB-2416-4AO model also features four analog outputs. An optional expansion module, the AI-EXP32, doubles the analog input capacity of either of the USB-2416 series modules.
Measurement Computing has announced 14 new high-performance, multifunction, and special purpose USB-based data acquisition products, targeting applications requiring high-accuracy, measurement repeatability, and high throughput.
Measurement Computing has announced the release of three 1-MHz, 16-bit multifunction USB data acquisition devices, and a cost-saving expansion module for high channel count applications. The USB-1616HS, the USB-1616HS-2, and the USB-1616HS-4 deliver outstanding performance with synchronous analog, digital, and frequency I/O in one compact package. The AI-EXP48 plug-in expansion module coupled with any of the USB-1616HS series modules can quadruple the analog input channel count.
Measurement Computing Corporation has announced the release of two Web-enabled temperature input devices, the WEB-TEMP and the WEB-TC, which allow users to take measurements and monitor them via the Internet. The new products, modeled after MCC's popular USB-TEMP and the USB-TC products, have corresponding performance, but are Ethernet compatible with built-in Web servers that write temperature data to their own Web page for immediate Internet access from virtually everywhere!
Measurement Computing Corporation has announced the release of two high-speed additions to its growing USB product line: the USB-1608HS and the USB-1608HS-2AO. These USB-based DAQ modules provide true simultaneous data capture of up to eight channels of 16-bit single ended or differential analog input at 250 kHz per channel. Both units include 16 bits of digital I/O and an extensive suite of software.
Measurement Computing Corporation has announced the addition of three new battery powered specialty loggers to its growing USB product line. These products are a cost-effective solution for both long- or short-term data logging applications. They offer reduced setup time and eliminate the need to drag around expensive equipment to make field or factory measurements. The 500 series provides a low-cost and simple interface to configure, download, display, and export logged data. The growing USB-500 series units may be the most convenient, easy-to-use dataloggers on the market.
Measurement Computing Corporation has announced the release of two new counter/timer devices for the USB bus. The USB-4301 is a 5-channel, 16-bit counter/timer with one 8-bit dedicated input port, and one 8-bit dedicated output port. It is based on the powerful 9513 series chip. The USB-4303 is a 10-channel version, based on two 9513 series chips. The new products emulate Measurement Computing's reliable PCI-CTR05 and PCI-CTR10 counter/timer classics.
Measurement Computing has announced the release of two wireless temperature input devices modeled after the popular USB-TC and the USB-TEMP. The new products, the WLS-TC and the WLS-TEMP, are essentially identical to their USB predecessors but with an added RF module, which allows for wireless data transfer.
Measurement Computing Corporation, the market leader in low-cost data acquisition, has announced the release of a brand new version of Measurement Studio designed specifically to support Measurement Computing hardware.
Measurement Computing has announced three low-cost, 16-bit high-drive analog output USB devices. The USB-3110, USB-3112, and USB-3114 have integrated high-drive voltage outputs, eliminating the need for external high-drive amplifiers. The USB-3100 series' proprietary architecture virtually eliminates dead-band (unresponsive) codes. In addition, the product line is factory calibrated to be out-of-the-box ready for system deployment.
Measurement Computing Corporation has announced two new temperature loggers. The USB-5201 logs data from J, K, R, S, T, N, E, & B type thermocouples whereas the USB-5203 logs data from the same thermocouple types, as well as RTDs, thermistors, and semiconductor temperature sensors.
Measurement Computing Corporation has announced the addition of two battery powered temperature dataloggers to its growing datalogger line. These battery powered dataloggers are offered in two models: the USB-501 for remote temperature logging, and the USB-502 for remote temperature and relative humidity logging.
Measurement Computing Corporation has announced a low-cost USB analog input device. The USB-1408FS provides 8 single-ended or 4 differential analog inputs, 14-bit resolution in differential mode, 13-bit resolution in single-ended mode, 8 software selectable input ranges, with sample rates up to 48 kilosamples per second.