New Product: USB Module for Sound and Vibration

June 19, 2008
The DT9837A is a USB data-acquisition module for portable sound and vibration measurement and analysis.

Four 24-bit IEPE (ICP) sensor inputs synchronize with a tachometer input to provide data streams that are matched in time for field or laboratory use. A readback channel from the analog output guarantees correlation of all signals in the input stream, the output stream, and the tachometer.

The module is powered via the USB connection to a PC or laptop for portable measurements. Two modules can be triggered simultaneously for perfectly synced measurements over eight inputs.

The DT9837A ships with a software applet to get it up and running right out-of-the-box. This applet supports basic operation of the module and can be modified for more advanced capabilities using Measure Foundry.

Data Translation Inc.
100 Locke Dr.
Marlboro, MA 01752
(800) 525-8528

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