New Products: Wireless Sensor Node

July 7, 2009
The HS-Link high-speed wireless node has 100-kHz sample rates on its three channels.

The HS-Link high-speed wireless node has 100-kHz sample rates on its three channels. During user definable sampling sessions, HS-Link stores bursts of data in a buffer. Once data-sampling is complete, the data transfers to nonvolatile Flash memory. Each sensor channel has a dedicated 16-bit a/d converter which lets the three distinct sensor inputs be sampled simultaneously. The system’s precision timekeeper, which can receive a high-priority timing beacon, allows multiple HS-Links in a star network achieve a node-to-node data-sampling synchronization of ±4 μsec.

MicroStrain Inc.
459 Hurricane Lane, Suite 102
Williston, VT 05495
(800) 449-3878
www.microstrain.com

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