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Data Translation Announces USB Module for High Channel Count Sound

The module has 16 analog inputs, a 32-bit tachometer and up to 105.6 kHz sampling rate.

Data Translation has revealed the DT9857 high channel count USB module for noise and vibration measurement. The device will be available in September.

The module features 16 simultaneous 24-bit analog inputs, a 32-bit tachometer, a sampling rate of up to 105.6 kHz, three counter and eight digital inputs all synchronous in the analog output system. It has both hardware and software triggers and pre and post-trigger sampling. Users can trigger up to four modules simultaneously for perfectly synchronized measurements of up to 64 IEPE sensor inputs.

“The DT9857 builds on a series of very successful vibration modules by offering the ability to measure many points on a large structure, such as aircraft wings, large industrial machines, and turbines,” says Fred Molinari, president. “Additionally, it offers previously unachievable accuracy with a 4mA excitation current source up to 20V compliance, allowing use of a wide variety of accelerometers.”

For more information, visit Data Translation.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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