Rugged mobile data acquisition solution
HBM has launched its next generation data acquisition system which is designed for use in harsh environments. The Somat eDAQXR has a significantly smaller footprint than its eDAQ predecessor.
A powerful processor offers an operating temperature range of between -40 and 80°C and it has a power requirement of 8-36V.
The eDAQXR is a layered centralised data acquisition system with the ability to connect to remote SomatXRsignal conditioning modules, making it a centralised or distributed system able to meet any test requirements.
With on board memory, tests can be performed without the need to connect a PC, and with its Linux operating system and built-in internal backup power, the system can run a one hour attended test or one-month cross-country test. Data just needs to be uploaded to a PC for analysis when the test is complete.
Tested to MIL – STD202G, the eDAQXR is sealed to meet IP67/IP65 environmental standards and has been designed to withstand vibrations of 20G, and shock up to 75G.>
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