Instrumentation > Data acquisition

Australian distributor for IMC products

16 December, 2008

German company Additive has appointed Applied Measurement Australia as its Australian distributor of the IMC product range.


Wireless tankhouse monitoring

01 December, 2008

MIPAC has launched CellView, a wireless solution to automate cell condition monitoring in tankhouse operations. CellView is designed to enable customers to achieve optimum production, quality, safety and environmental standards. It combines wireless technology with a robust design to increase the efficiency and profitability of electro-refining and -winning operations.


Single-board reconfigurable I/O platform

17 September, 2008

National Instruments has released Single-Board RIO devices that offer engineers and scientists a low-cost, integrated hardware option for deploying embedded control and data acquisition applications for OEMs and machine builders.


High-speed data acquisition module

17 September, 2008

Interworld Electronics  has available the 104-AIO16A multifunction analog I/O board. Its features include 10 analog input ranges, a 1024 sample FIFO buffer, onboard over sampling for additional noise reduction and auto calibration to reduce converter offset and gain errors.


Five tips to reduce measurement noise

21 August, 2008 by Charles Stiernberg*

Ensuring measurement accuracy often means going beyond reading raw specifications in a data sheet. Understanding an application in the context of its electrical environment is also important for securing success, particularly in a noisy or industrial setting. Ground loops, high common-mode voltages and electromagnetic radiation are all prevalent examples of noise that can adversely affect a signal.


Single- and multi-turn encoders with Modbus/TCP Interface

19 May, 2008

The absolute rotary encoder is able to provide three different kinds of output data: the position value, a velocity value and a time stamp. These can be use in arbitrary combinations for TCP transmitting.


High resolution chart recorder

19 November, 2007

CrispTech has announced a range of paperless chart recorders, the VR series. Available in two models, the VR6 offers up to six analog inputs and the VR18 handles up to 18. The VR series offers extremely high VGA screen resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. The colour LCD screen is also larger and more readable, giving a 6.4" display.


High-resolution chart recorders

19 September, 2007

A range of high-resolution paperless chart recorders, the VR series, is now available in Australia from CrispTech.


DM01 remote monitoring system

23 January, 2007

The DM01 is a data collection and monitoring system that allows a single hardware unit to capture multiple channels of field data from virtually any type of sensor, transmitter or instrument and make it available on a secure website.


Data station

07 August, 2006

Red Lion has released a tool for connectivity and data management. The Data Station Plus is a multiple protocol converter, a system data logger and a web interface for industrial applications.


Paperless recorder

05 April, 2006

The Ecograph T paperless recorder from Endress+Hauser features multi-channel displaying, recording, monitoring and communication.


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