A trio of new DAQ modules for 2014

Always looking ahead and developing new products to fill emerging DAQ needs, market-driven Measurement Computing has launched a new ultra high-speed simultaneous sampling board, plus two new additions to the USB-200 Series of low-cost USB DAQ devices in the last month alone! As usual, all modules come with TracerDAQ® software for acquiring and displaying data and generating analogue signals, along with comprehensive support for Visual Studio® and Visual Studio® .NET, DASYLab®, and NI LabVIEW™.

The new USB-2020 features two analogue input channels with multiple input ranges up to ±10V and can sample data from both channels at an overall rate of 40 MS/s to the onboard memory, or continuously stream data to a host computer at up to 8 MS/s. The small, board-only design makes the USB-2020 ideal for OEM and embedded applications. At just £875*, the USB-2020 is unmatched in the industry for ultra high-speed USB DAQ. Click here to find out more and buy online.

The USB-202 and USB-205 feature sample rates up to 500 kS/s, eight 12-bit analogue inputs, two analogue outputs, eight digital I/O and one counter input. OEM versions of both boards are also available and feature header connectors instead of screw terminals.
Find out more about the USB-202 and buy online for just £130* here.
Find out more about the USB-205 and buy online for just £170 here.

* All prices exclude delivery and VAT and are subject to change.


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