imc Test & Measurement unveils its most flexible and powerful DAQ system

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Data acquisition system manufacturer imc Test & Measurement presented its new imc Argusfit modular DAQ system at Automotive Testing Expo Europe in Stuttgart, Germany, and reported that it was a successful launch.

The new system, which is five times more powerful thanks to the most advanced measurement bus on the market, enabling five times faster sampling rates, represents a new definition of modular and flexible data acquisition, especially in tight, restricted spaces.

The ultra-compact system can be adapted to ever-changing test environments by clicking together the datalogger base unit and additional measurement amplifier and fieldbus interface modules, such as CAN FD. When measurement modules need to be placed close to the sensor, fiber-optic cables are used for connection, transmitting the data interference-free. With a total data rate of 5MS/s, channel counts of up to 1,000 and sampling rates of up to 500kS/s per channel, imc Argusfit is the most powerful data acquisition system from imc to date.

The company, which is part of Axiometrix Solutions, provides advanced test and measurement systems and solutions to automotive suppliers and manufacturers. They were met with great interest from visitors, according to imc. Many looked at the newly launched imc Argusfit but also inquired about e-mobility measurement solutions from battery testing to vehicle dynamics.

Mike Flaherty, CEO of Axiometrix Solutions, said, “It was a great show in Stuttgart. We are pleased with the successful product launch of the imc Argusfit data acquisition system and appreciated the international audience of industry professionals with whom we had many interesting conversations at the booth.”

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Rachel's career in journalism has seen her write for various titles at UKi Media & Events within automotive, tire and marine. Currently editor of ATTI, her favourite aspect of the job is interviewing industry experts, including researchers, scientists, engineers and technicians, and learning more about the groundbreaking technologies and innovations that are shaping the future of transportation.

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