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[Note: The P8012 is still supported by Prosig, but is now superceded by the DATS-tetrad. Please click to go the DATS-tetrad page]

The P8012 can be configured with up to 3 IO cards. This enables it to support up to 24 high speed analog inputs plus two digital tachos. Alternatively, cards can be combined to provide support for various input options. These include high speed analogthermocouplestrain gaugeprecision tachometer measurement, CAN-busGPS and analog output.

Units can be stacked to expand the system up to 96 channels. Each option is complete with programmable signal conditioning, which is controlled by the DATS software.


Analog inputs up to 24 channels plus tachos
Expansion Flexible packaging options
Split rate sampling Multiple sampling rates can run concurrently on separate cards
Programmability All features under software control
Communications USB 2.0
Shock and vibration Suitable for mobile use (7g rms)
Operating temperature 0°C to +40°C (32°F to +104°F)
Humidity 80% RH, non-condensing
Weight Dependent on configuration, channel count & chassis
Supply voltage Choice of 10-36V DC (e.g. vehicle battery) or AC mains (adapter supplied)
Dimensions† (H x W x D) 50mm x 290mm x 270mm
2” x 11.4” x 9.4”


  • tough, compact & rugged
  • 24-bit accuracy
  • Up to 400k samples/sec/channel
  • dynamic range: 105dB
  • noise floor: -120dB
  • BNC or Lemo connectors
  • full signal conditioning
  • voltage or ICP input
  • programmable amplifiers
  • anti-alias filters
  • transducer power


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