USB-powered data acquisition system has 3 channels
Silicon Designs' Model 3340 G-Logger is a three-channel portable data acquisition system that offers FFT analysis and display and can operate either from USB power or as a stand-alone device, depending upon user requirement.
Silicon Designs' Model 3340 G-Logger is a three-channel portable data acquisition system that offers FFT analysis and display, as well as real-time acceleration and GPS data collection and viewing. It is designed to optimize the low-noise performance of all Silicon Designs single and triaxial MEMS variable capacitance accelerometers with analog output and 8-32 V dc excitation. The G-logger can operate either from USB power or as a stand-alone device, depending upon user requirement. As a stand-alone device, no additional accelerometer power is required.
Model 3340 offers 16-bit data acquisition, with data rates of 1 to 10k samples per second and per axis, through each of its available input channels. Model 3340 also features real-time data acquisition and readout capabilities with live streaming; real-time pause, scroll back and rewind; SD card recording and memory storage of up to 32 GB; multi-speed recording playback; and remote operation via TCP. Although acquired data is normally written to SD card, Model 3340 users may opt to bypass, in favor of directly streaming to a host computer. Units may also be configured to collect peak event data.
The user can retrieve a list of peak events and view data in all display modes. Data can also be paused, fast forwarded, or rewound. Collected data may be also viewed in a data vs. time model, similar to an oscilloscope. This includes magnitude vs. frequency spectrum data; and meter data, showing current measurements such as DC, RMS, and peaks.
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