Adept Scientific is now the sole distributor of Measurement Computing (MCC) and Iotech DAQ products in the UK. This is great news for new and established customers alike, as we’ll now be able to offer an even wider range of test and measurement solutions with increased flexibility to accommodate virtually any DAQ application.
You’ll find IOtech’s Out-of-the-Box data acquisition products on the AdeptStore now. Adept has also extended its comprehensive DAQ service and support to cover both brands, but that won’t be a problem for our growing team of DAQ specialists with the recent recruitment of two new members of staff.
Henrique da Silva and Lilly Northrop joined Adept Scientific this month and bring with them a huge amount of knowledge and experience to further augment our renowned support and service. Read the full press release to find out more about our newest team members.
We’ve just taken on a brand-new, exciting range of PC/Ethernet DAQ and control ‘Cube’ devices, developed by United Electronic Industries, and quite unique in their construction.
As far as we know, no other DAQ device is as well suited to extreme testing. The UEILogger is comparatively tiny (4”x4.1”x5.8”) and super-tough! It can fit on the back of a dirt bike, in the cockpit of a Formula One racing car or jet aircraft, or survive strapped to the main turbine shaft in a hydro electric plant and still log hundreds of high-speed signals accurately. Its support for virtually any type of signal, including ARINC-429 Bus or any RS-232 device, and capacity to handle hundreds of I/O make the UEILogger one of the most versatile, universally applicable DAQ system on the market. What’s more, engineers and scientists get all of this at a price that can be thousands of pounds cheaper than competitive units helping project teams keep design costs low.
When you consider this device, smaller than a stack of 10 standard CD cases, effectively replaces rack’s worth of DAQ equipment often occupying whole rooms, it’s a pretty amazing feet of miniaturisation and just goes to show that good things really do come in small packages!