Multifunction DAQ devices from MCC with USB- or Ethernet interfaces

For many applications a cost-effective DAQ approach integrates mating signal condition functions on the measurement device directly

  • Multifunction DAQ devices from MCC with USB- or Ethernet interfaces
    Multifunction DAQ devices from MCC with USB- or Ethernet interfaces

Test and measurement applications often demand low-cost, easy-to-use DAQ devices and matching streamlined software to visualize and log standard sensor data. USB-200 and USB-230 series devices from Measurement Computing (MCC) are designed to meet these criteria. The 8-channel devices enable data acquisition in a handheld format with 12-bit or 16-bit resolution and input ranges up to ±10V. Sampling rates up to 500 kS/s cover high-speed acquisition requirements. The USB-powered modules with built-in screw terminals require no external accessory for signal connection. Using MCC’s Windows datalogger DAQami allows to set up measurements within a few minutes.

The devices are shipped with a comprehensive set of tools and drivers for Windows, Linux, or Android, supporting applications like NI LabVIEW®, DASYLab® or MATLAB®. Mature APIs, programming libraries and examples enable easy integration in any application.

Multifunction DAQ devices from MCC with USB- or Ethernet interfaces cover sophisticated requirement with up to 64 analog inputs, analog outputs, digital I/O, and counter/timer functions and sampling rates up to 2 MS/s

For many applications a cost-effective DAQ approach integrates mating signal condition functions on the measurement device directly. These DAQ devices enable direct connection of temperature sensors, bridge-based sensors like load cells or strain gages, or IEPE sensors used in sound & vibration applications.

Temperature DAQ devices for connecting thermocouples, RTD sensors or thermistors provide 24-bit resolution and cover applications from 1 to 64 channels. To enable measurements in harsh environment, choose devices with isolated inputs and sophisticated methods to eliminate noise.

A broad range of high-speed 24-bit DAQ devices with up to 64 channels support IEPE-based sensors like accelerometers and microphones used in sound & vibration applications, covering simultaneous acquisition with sampling rates up to 216 kS/s per channel.