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Overview

The DATS-tetrad is a rugged, portable data acquisition system that supports up to 32 high speed analog inputs and can be stacked for higher channel counts. Many sensor input options are available including microphones, accelerometers, strain gauges, thermocouples, load/pressure/force sensors, tachometers, rotary encoders, digital I/O and CAN-bus. Analog output and digital output are available with options for open and closed loop control. The system has an internal GPS receiver.

Communication is via WiFi, Ethernet or USB and the unit can be powered from mains, vehicle or its internal battery power. A built-in processor and solid state storage provide standalone capability. The system can also be connected to a laptop or PC for real time monitoring and data capture via any of the communication interfaces.

The DATS-tetrad provides the versatility of a standalone, classical front end or can be configured in a distributed setup from 4 to over 1000 channels.

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P8000 Input/Output Options

System

Inputs Up to 32 channels (plus tachos)
Maximum sampling rate Up to 400k samples/sec/channel
Resolution 24 bit
Communications Ethernet (Gigabit)
USB
WiFi
Multi Rate Sampling Multiple sampling rates can run concurrently on separate cards
GPS Optional built-in GPS
Battery up to 4 hours (dependent on configuration)

Environment & General

Operating temperature -10°C to 45°C (14°F to 113°F) (Cold start)
-20°C to 45°C (-4°F to 113°F) (Warm start)
Humidity 95% RH, non-condensing
Power usage <80W (worst case)
Shock and vibration MIL-STD-810G
IP Rating IP31
Supply voltage Internal battery
External 10-36V DC (e.g. vehicle battery)
AC mains (adapter supplied)
Expansion Stackable/Interconnectable
Distributed by Ethernet and USB
Dimensions (H x W x D) 115mm x 360mm x 225mm
4.5” x 14.2” x 8.9”
Weight ~5kg/11lbs (dependent on configuration)

Features

  • rugged & portable
  • ethernet, USB & wifi
  • standalone operation
  • internal battery, external or vehicle power
  • up to 400k samples/sec/channel
  • powerful, easy to use software

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