Computer Aided Solutions named North American distributor for NIMTECH data loggers
The FrontDAQ portable data logger/data acquisition systems provide 20 input channels with a 24 bit A/D per channel that can sample at up to 7.7 kHz. Each channel can be configured independently and offers signal conditioning for many types of common sensors/signals. Data can be stored in internal SRAM or on an optional, removable Compact FLASH card. The FrontDAQ logger features USB, Ethernet, RS-232 or an optional 802.11 interface for communication with a PC.
A key feature is an internal web server that allows the logger to be configured and data to be viewed in real-time via a standard web browser. Stored data can be exported in a variety of formats including text, .CSV, Excel or XML.
FrontDAQ data loggers are used to measure, monitor and record a variety of dynamic signals including temperature, vibration, stress, acceleration and voltage. They are used in a wide range of applications for laboratories, process monitoring, quality assurance, embedded applications and on-site measurements. Prices for the FrontDAQ data loggers start at less than $7500.
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