New DAQ module for distributed measurement architecture

July 04, 2018 // By Ally Winning
MonoDAQ has launched the MonoDAQ E-ACC accelerometer amplifier which is intended to be situated close to the sensor, eliminating cabling to reduce cost and increase accuracy.

The E-ACC is a compact device that consists of an analogue front end with 18 kHz alias-free bandwidth, 24 bit ADC converter with up to 40 kS/s sample rate and EtherCAT interface. EtherCAT allows devices to be placed up to 50m apart. These devices can then be daisy-chained using a single cable for signal and power. Synchronization below 1 µs is ensured along a virtually-unlimited chain of MonoDAQ E-ACC devices.

Each MonoDAQ-E device has a fully isolated front end with high dynamic performance as well as TEDS support for sensor auto-recognition. The devices come with DEWESoft software to allow measurement of metrics, including acceleration, force, pressure and temperature. Analogue, digital, GPS and video signals can be measured in the same environment and synchronized easily.

More information

https://monodaq.com/

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