Sensor Acquisition Module Enhances 12-Bit Oscilloscopes

Groomed for use with the company’s four- or eight-channel, 12-bit resolution oscilloscope (HD4096 HDOs and MDAs), the SAM40 sensor acquisition module provides up to 24 input channels. This capability is ideal for system debug and analysis of deeply embedded, electromechanical, and mechatronic designs in medical, mil/aero, motors and drives, power, appliance, Internet of Things (IoT), and vehicle/automotive.



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SAM40-8 - Sensor Acquisition Module, 8 input channels, 40 kHz bandwidth. Must be used with 12-bit HDO.


SAM40-16 - Sensor Acquisition Module, 16 input channels, 40 kHz bandwidth. Must be used with 12-bit HDO.


SAM40-24 - Sensor Acquisition Module, 24 input channels, 40 kHz bandwidth. Must be used with 12-bit HDO.


Engineers commonly use multiple instruments to debug and validate complex deeply embedded control systems, mechatronics, and electro-mechanical systems. Multiple instruments report different information on different displays and in different formats. An HDO with a sensor acquisition module replaces multiple instruments with one consolidated view of system performance.


For more details, a SAM40-xx datasheet is available.

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