Device for capturing noise and vibration data

Jan. 11, 2007
The DT9837 module targets sonar, acoustics, and automotive-test noise and vibration applications.

The portable device's four independent 24-bit integrated electronics piezoelectric (IEPE) sensor inputs are synchronized with a tachometer input to provide data for field or laboratory use. The module is self-powered by a USB connection to a PC or laptop, and works with the company's Measure Foundry software and third-party applications, for post-processing and analysis of test data.

Data Translation, 100 Locke Dr., Marlboro, MA 01752, (508) 481-3700, datatranslation.com

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