EXPO NEWS | Day 2: Versatile new data acquisition system debuts at Mecalc booth

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On display at Mecalc’s booth at Automotive Testing Expo North America is the latest addition to the company’s QuantusSeries product line – the DECAQ data acquisition system. The technology introduces numerous new features that make it more flexible and dynamic.

Cara Klintworth-Watt, president of Mecalc, said that versatility is at the heart of the DECAQ, with various sizes and configurations available to cater to different analysis scenarios. That includes, for instance, synchronized field measurements with smart cabling solutions or a robust rack-mounted system for test cells.

“Evolving requirements have made interchangeable and upgradable I/O modules a necessary philosophy for the QuantusSeries,” she commented.

A game-changer is the QServer RESTful interface bundled with the DECAQ. This enables multiple software applications to operate seamlessly on a single platform, enhancing workflow productivity like never before. The system is accessible in C++, C#, Python and Matlab with a simple set of commands to set it up, so users can quickly integrate and subscribe to measurement channels and read data.

“DECAQ also lets you seamlessly switch between various software apps, including PAK from Müller-BBM, Artemis Suite from Head Acoustics, Microflown and many more – all on a single system,” explained Klintworth-Watt, who is on hand at the show.

She added, “This year we are reaching out to innovators in the industry; whether that is long-term partners or new ones, we’re here to foster collaboration, share knowledge and explore opportunities for growth.

“It’s wonderful being here connecting with partners and showcasing our latest releases to the market. We have noticed that the industry is becoming more open to new hardware and software combinations, and that is evident also from our conversations here at the show.”

To find out more about Mecalc’s technologies, head to Booth 6030.

Click here to register for your free expo pass.

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