Accurate And Cost-Effective USB Data Acquisition Module From Data Translation

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Accurate And Cost-Effective USB Data Acquisition Module From Data Translation
Data Translation release the new DT9828E thermocouple measurement module, expanding the DT9828 series, which has been available since the beginning of the year. Designed for users looking for a very cost-effective module, the DT9828E provides all the basic features for temperature measurements and analyses without galvanic isolation and four instead of eight differential inputs for thermocouples.
No compromises are made in terms of accuracy: The DT9828E provides the same 24-bit A/D technology as the other modules of the series, and achieves a typical accuracy of +/-0.1 °C.

The included software package is just as uncompromising. Like all DAQ modules from Data Translation, the DT9828E comes with an extensive set of drivers, tools and interfaces (e.g. for LabVIEW, MATLAB, etc.) and with the QuickDAQ 2013 data logging software. The module thus offers users a ready-to-measure solution for acquiring, displaying and saving data, and for exporting it to an Excel file.

It achieves sampling rates of up to 600 Hz and runs entirely on USB power. The thermocouples are connected via screw terminals and automatically linearized on-board. The DT9828E supports the thermocouple types B, E, J, K, N, R, S and T.

In addition to the four differential analog inputs, the module features four TTL digital inputs and four TTL digital outputs.

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