Tailored for precision and efficiency, our systems ensure optimal performance across diverse industries.


Real-Time Control and Automation

Real-time control and automation capabilities in Data Acquisition (DAQ) systems enable users to implement sophisticated closed-loop control systems and automate industrial processes with precision. These systems serve as the backbone of real-time monitoring and control, interfacing seamlessly with actuators, motors, valves, and various other devices. By leveraging feedback from sensors, they regulate parameters such as temperature, pressure, flow rates, and more in real-time, ensuring optimal operation and efficiency. This functionality is vital across industries where precise control and automation are paramount, including manufacturing, energy production, aerospace, and automotive sectors. From maintaining consistent production quality to optimizing resource utilization, real-time control and automation empower businesses to streamline operations and enhance productivity.

Data Analysis and Visualization

Data Acquisition (DAQ) systems are equipped with sophisticated software tools tailored for comprehensive data analysis and visualization. These intuitive tools empower users to delve into data insights, performing statistical analysis, signal processing, and visualization of acquired data. By leveraging these capabilities, users can extract valuable information from the collected data, facilitating informed decision-making and optimizing processes. Whether it’s identifying trends, anomalies, or correlations, the software tools embedded within DAQ systems provide users with the necessary means to gain deeper insights into their data, enhancing efficiency, productivity, and overall performance.

High-Speed Sampling and Logging

Data Acquisition (DAQ) systems excel in capturing fast-changing phenomena or transient events by sampling data at high speeds. Whether it’s monitoring rapid fluctuations in temperature, pressure, or voltage, these systems are adept at capturing data with utmost precision. DAQ systems offer flexibility in data logging, allowing for continuous logging or burst mode operation. In continuous logging, data is captured continuously over extended periods, providing a comprehensive dataset for analysis. On the other hand, burst mode logging records measurements at precise intervals, ensuring that critical data points are captured with accuracy. This capability is invaluable in applications where capturing transient events or high-speed phenomena is crucial, such as in automotive testing, aerospace research, and industrial monitoring.

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Frequently asked questions

What is Data Acquisition?

Data acquisition is the process of storing information from electrical signals measuring real world physical conditions (like voltage, current, temperature, and strain), converting the samples to digital values using an analog-to-digital converter, and saving the digitized samples to either a connected computer or to an on-board memory device. This saved data can then be manipulated by a computer for analysis.

What is a Data Acquisition System?

A Data Acquisition System may include sensors, a data acquisition device to receive and record the sensor signals, and software to analyze the signals acquired.

What are different types of Data Acquisition Systems?

There are a multitude of distinguishing characteristics that can define a data acquisition system. The type of measurement or measurements the device can measure (analog or digital), the communications interface (USB or Ethernet), the type of data storage used (on-board memory, PC-based, removable flash memory), if the device channels are isolated, and many more. Some data acquisition systems are specific to an application. For example, temperature monitoring in cold-chain goods. However, there are many general-purpose data acquisition systems to accommodate a multitude of signals and applications.

What is a general-purpose Data Acquisition device?

A general-purpose data acquisition system can accommodate multiple types of applications and measurements using software to specify and setup acquisition for a particular goal.

What is ADC Measurement Resolution?

The ADC (analog to digital converter) measurement resolution refers directly to the bit value of an analog-to-digital converter. This value determines how finely it slices its full-scale measurement range (i.e., the smallest change in the input signal that it can theoretically measure). This value is calculated by dividing the full scale range with the ADC Resolution. For example, a 12-bit device with a full scale measurement range of ±10V can detect a change in voltage as low as 0.0048828125 Volts (20/4069=0.0048828125). Read the article How Much ADC Resolution Do You Really Need? to learn more.


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