The USB DAQ consists of a National Instruments DAQ and signal conditioning board that was originally developed for arc welding monitoring and therefore has been tried and tested in harsh environments.
It is an ideal system to monitor noisy processes and is aimed at users wishing to have the flexibility of building their own monitoring systems. Users may build their own interface software and use LabView/National Instruments libraries to develop in-house monitoring programmes. Alternatively, standard AMV software may be used.
Develop monitoring programmes quickly using LabView software
National Instruments libraries are available for C++, VisualStudio and Python development
Example programme included
6 analogue channels and 4 digital signals.
All analogue channels can supply + and - 12 V to power sensors. The analogue output also includes 0 and 5 V lines. If the monitoring PC does not supply sufficient power there is an additional 5V input line to power the accessories. The input board isolates the DAQ input from the external signals and has a 5 kHz low pass filter.
Channel 1: 0-100V
Channel 2: 0-1V
Channel 3 to 6: 0-3V
W 205, H40, L165 (mm)
The development, production and testing of Triton Electronics' monitors are certified to ISO 9001.