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Livingston offers Sefram's multi-channel data logging system

07 Jul 2014

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The latest paperless data recorder from Sefram finds a new home at Livingston. With 100MHz bandwidth and 18 channel operations as standard, the DAS1600 has a provision for determining voltage, strain, pressure, temperature, and a broad variety of other parameters through utilisation of the series of accompanying measurement boards available.

There is considerable scope for operational upgrades, so that new application demands can be met as they arise. This is achieved through employment of an extension chassis, which allows three extra slots to be incorporated, resulting in access to 72 analogue channels in total.

A 500GB hard disc is included, delivering an impressive storage capacity of up to 128Mwords of acquired data. Once the readings have been taken, they can be transferred from the recorder to a PC, tablet, or other computing platform for further analysis via its 6x USB interfaces, the LAN (Ethernet) interface, or alternatively through Wi-Fi communication. It has a 15.4inch, 1280x800 pixel resolution, touch-enabled display which provides engineers with a highly intuitive user interface, thereby facilitating the execution of data collection procedures and subsequent manipulation/examination.

DAS1600

The data recorder is supplied with the SeframViewer software for both data transfer and analysis purposes. Virtual Network Computing software can also be sourced, which permits users to remotely control their unit directly from an external computer. Numerous triggering options are offered, as well as a Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) analysis capability. Comprehensive power analysis of single-, dual-, and three-phase electrical infrastructure can be undertaken, with frequencies of 50Hz, 60Hz, 400Hz, and 1kHz supported. The Sefram DAS1600 is packaged within an enclosure measuring 298mm x 394mm x 218mm and weighing just 8kg.




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