25 January 2013
The new DAQ interfacing unit brings the convenience of USB 2.0 connectivity to Kistler's DynoWare data acquisition system. The unit provides a flexible interface between piezo-electric sensors and the Windows based Dyno
The compact DAQ unit supports up to two multi-channel charge amplifiers with a sampling rate of up to 1000kS/s, depending on the total number of channels. The system integrates a 28 channel, 16-bit analogue to digital converter (ADC) for high resolution sampling, trigger functions and an RS-232 interface to control the charge amplifiers and signal conditioners.
It provides an easy to install method of interfacing piezoelectric measuring chains and associated charge amplifiers and signal conditioners with the DynoWare software running on a PC under Windows Vista or Windows 7.