USB DA Device from Measurement Computing

USB DA Device from Measurement Computing
Measurement Computing Corp.

The USB-1616HS-BNC from Measurement Computing, Norton, MA, is a 16-bit multifunction USB DA device with 16 BNC differential analog inputs and a 1 Msps sampling rate. Features include 7 programmable analog input ranges from ±100 mV to ±10 V F.S., two 16-bit 1 Msps analog outputs, 16 digital I/O with 4 MHz sample/update rate, 4 counter inputs capable of operating up to 20 Msps, 2 timer outputs, and synchronous operation of all I/O. Trigger options include analog trigger with 1µs max. latency, multichannel triggering, digital pattern, level, edge, inside/outside window, and pre- and post-trigger. A low-latency deterministic control output mode operates independently of the PC.

Contact Info

Company: Measurement Computing Corp.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 508-946-1000
Fax: 508-946-9500

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