The DSC-2300 Series high-performance signal conditioning systems are programmable and network-centric systems, housed in a 3U, 16-slot rack-mountable chassis.
The DSC-2300 Series high-performance signal conditioning systems are programmable and network-centric systems, housed in a 3U, 16-slot rack-mountable chassis. The Ethernet-based controller allows for integration within any data acquisition environment, the system’s designed testing application include jet and rocket engine testing, vibration testing, acoustic chamber monitor and wind tunnel testing. The systems supports up to 32 sensor channels, two per slot, and the high channel density keeps its cost per channel low. The system features network programmability, auto zero and balance, calibration, a plug-in mezzanine filter board for each channel and simplified customization via the supplied programmer’s interface.
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