Improved four-channel analog measurement module launched

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Ipetronik has extended its Mx and Sx series of measurement modules with the Mx-SENS2 4, an X-LINK module for voltage measurements of up to ±100V and ICP measurements.

The four-channel analog measuring module with sensor supply combines high sampling rates of up to 100kHz per channel with time-synchronic data acquisition and ICP-mode for piezoelectric sensors, such as acceleration/vibration and acoustic sensors. Optionally, TEDS sensor detection is supported.

The four analog inputs cover 10 measuring ranges with voltage of ±0.01V up to ±100V. The inputs are voltage proof up to ±500V. Each input has its own adjustable sensor supply of up to ±15V with up to ±60mA. The integrated hardware filter is a switchable Butterworth filter of 8th order with 12kHz cutoff frequency.

The module supports channel sampling rates from 10kHz up to 100kHz. The data output stream runs with maximum 100Mbit/s on fast Ethernet via XCPonEthernet, or via CAN-2.0B bus with up to 1Mbit/s. The data format has a resolution of 16bit (Word format) or 32bit (DWord float).

All measuring inputs, CAN bus, power supply and housing are completely galvanically isolated from each other. Status LEDs on each data acquisition input inform about the correct channel allocation and display an overcurrent during the data acquisition process.

February 10, 2016

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