DAS 'L' Series Specifications

32 Channel unit 6.65" x 4.75" x 4.50"

A 16 bit Data Acquisition system with individual input connectors for on-board, and off-board applications. Small size, reliable performance, and accuracy make this DAS an ideal choice for demanding applications.

      Features:

        • Configurations of 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, and 64 analog channels available
        • Individual Lemo connectors for all Analog channels
        • Lemo connectors for all other inputs and outputs
        • Optional Internal 3000 mAH NiMH Battery
        • Synchronous triggering and simultaneous sampling between daisy chained units
        • Simultaneous Sampling of 1 Hz to 100 kHz
        • Individual 16-bit A/D converters for each channel
        • Gain range of 1 to 10000
        • Analog Input of +/- 5 volts (+/- 10volts optional)
        • .1% calibrated accuracy
        • Internal shunt calibration resistors (2 user selectable)
        • Internal 1/2 bridge completion resistors for all channels (user selectable)
        • Simultaneous sampling of channels
        • Individual fold-back current limited excitation sources of 0, 2.5v, 5.0v, and 10.0v for each analog input. Current limit can be customer set or delivered as 75ma standard.
        • 5 pole Butterworth filtering with variable cut-off frequencies
        • Meets SAE J211 specifications
        • Sensor identificationusing DALLAS ID's
        • Automatic calibration of analog channels
        • Multi-stage sampling
        • 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB, or 256 MB of non-volatile memory
        • 8 opto-isolated digital output channels
        • 16 digital input channels
        • 2 tachometer input channels (optional)
        • 2 48kHz sound input channels (optional)
        • 10-16.5 volt power input range
        • Low power consumption 1.25 amps for 32 channels at 12 volts
        • Serial communication using RS-232, RS-422, or Ethernet 10baseT
        • PCM Irig-B Input as well as PCM 106-01 Telemetry Output (Optional)
        • Internal GPS Module (Optional)
        • Durability of Shock:

        +/-110g, 120 msec 1/2 sine wave pulse

        +/-70g, 500 msec 1/2 sine wave,

        +/-35g, 2 sec 1/2 sine wave,

        +/-60g 100 msec duration, on all axis


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