IOtech DaqBooks and WaveBooks collect high-frequency vibration signals from simulations of a floating oil rig's support structure.
IOtech's Personal Daq data acquisition system tests new experimental diesel engines for personal aircraft.
The MiniLab Gas Turbine Power System, specifically intended for universities and technical institutes around the world contains an embedded IOtech Personal Daq data acquisition system and is being used both as a teaching tool and as a test stand for numerous research projects.
Turbine compressor blades for wind tunnel testing are statically balanced using IOtech's DaqBook.
IOtech's DaqBook measures load, torque, and displacement on an automobile jack to verify that it complies with its capacity ratings and safety requirements.
IOtech's DaqBook's modularity, accuracy, portability, and open software features give users the flexibility needed to measure a wide range of vibrations in machinery.
A universal mechanical strength tester uses a data acquisition DaqBoard/2000 in a computer-operated test system for evaluating all forms of adhesion, microelectronic wafer interconnects, material characterisation, and QC tests.
An automotive small parts supplier is using an IOtech DaqBoard/2000 data acquisition system to measure hole size and location parameters in die cast engine mounting brackets.
Measurement Computing Corporation’s (Norton, MA) three data acquisition modules in the 6000 Series of Advanced Measurement Products are now available from Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts). These products combine high-performance, Ethernet-based DAQ modules with powerful, easy-to-use software.
The 6222 is a 12-channel, simultaneously sampled, thermocouple input module featuring 24-bit resolution for accurate ...
Process and Control, December 15, 2010
A kiln manufacturer is using a personal DAQ from Adept Scientific to measure internal kiln temperatures to ensure uniform heat distribution. Kiln-fired ceramic and glass objects require that a uniform temperature be maintained throughout the furnace to prevent the products from forming cracks and areas of high stress concentrations.
Following the integration of IOtech's data acquisition products into the Measurement Computing Corporation (MCC) range earlier this year, Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) is pleased to announce its position as the sole UK distributor of MCC and IOtech DAQ products. This will enable Adept to better serve the DAQ community and ...