Smaller pressure scanner launched

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Chell Instruments has launched the microDAQ3-16 in an even smaller size.

The new microDAQ3-16 combines high accuracy digital sensors and an advanced processor design to give the most accurate results. It delivers the same performance as the 64-channel version (launched last year). However, this latest edition to the range is a more compact package, improving its versatility and suitability for increasingly demanding applications.

The microDAQ uses technology developed by Chell Instruments within its microDAQ and nanoDAQ ranges, such as an embedded web server, IEEE 1588 PTP time stamping, power-over-ethernet, CAN, hardware trigger and EtherCAT.

The device makes use of highly accurate transducers, which are combined with both a pressure and temperature 24-bits ADC, to give a precise temperature measurement and almost entirely compensate for thermal effects.

Additionally, the microDAQ3-16 is capable of outputting differential or absolute compensated engineering unit pressure data at speeds of up to 400Hz per channel.