Do you need…
- a complete solution rather than a “box”?
- a lightweight, compact device that plugs into your laptop?
- software that simply does the job?
- a solution that won’t break the bank?
The DATS-solo is a pocket-sized, ultra portable, high quality, 24-bit data acquisition system.
The fully integrated DATS software provides options for acoustic & vibration testing, rotating machinery analysis, NVH tests, hammer impact analysis, resonance testing and modal analysis.
|Inputs||4 x Analog (IEPE or voltage)|
|Maximum sampling rate||100k samples per sec per channel|
|Overall accuracy||± 0.10% FSD|
|Input voltage range||9 selectable ranges|
|IEPE power||20V@4mA switchable|
|Analogue over voltage protection||± 24V|
|Input mode – Analogue||IEPE (single-ended), voltage (differential)|
|Dynamic Range||100dB at 10k samples/sec|
|Input mode – Tachometer||IEPE, Voltage|
|Tacho range||1,500,000rpm @ 1ppr|
|Tacho Input Range||± 24V|
|Environment & General|
|Shock and vibration||MIL-STD-810G 2014, 514.7C-2
MIL-STD-810G 2014, 514.7C-3
|Operating temperature||0°C to +65°C (32°F to +149°F)|
|Humidity||95% RH, non-condensing|
|Power usage||< 2W|
|Supply voltage||from USB|
|Connectors||4 x SMA (Analog inputs)
USB-C (Power & data)
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||30mm x 167mm x 97mm
1.2″ x 6.6″ x 3.8″
|Weight||320g (0.71 lbs)|
- ultra portable (pocket sized)
- low power (USB powered)
- rugged packaging
- 4 x analog inputs
- 24-bit accuracy
- Up to 100k samples/sec/channel
- dynamic range: 100dB
- noise floor: -130dB
- SMA connectors
- full signal conditioning
- IEPE or voltage input
- anti-alias filters
Related Case Studies
Helmet Compliance – Case Study
A weight is dropped on to a motorcycle helmet mounted on a dummy head. The acceleration of the weight and helmet is measured. The DATS Biomechanics software is used to check if the test has met the required profile and to verify whether the helmet meets the necessary standards.Read more
Highway Study – Case Study
The customer uses a Prosig P8004 connected to a custom triaxial accelerometer to study tarmac surfaces. As a car moves over a road it causes a ripple in the road surface. DATS is used to derive displacement from the measured accelerations. The results are used to study different types of surface and changes due to humidity and temperature.Read more