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PXIe module furnishes up to 8 24bit analogue-input channels

23 Sep 2013

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Adlink Technologies recently unveiled the PXIe-9529, a PXI Express dynamic signal-acquisition module that furnishes up to eight 24bit analogue-input channels simultaneously sampling at 192ksamples/s and a 108dB dynamic range for high-density, high-channel-count signal measurements.

The module has a vibration-optimised lower AC cut off frequency of 0.3Hz, and all input channels incorporate 4mA bias current for IEPE signal conditioning for accelerometers and microphones. These features position the PXIe-9529 for machine-condition monitoring; noise, vibration, and harshness testing; and phased-array data acquisition.

When performing high-channel-count data acquisition, the PXIe-9529's built-in PLL allows multiple modules to lock to an external reference-timing signal to enable each module to perform measurements simultaneously. Additionally, the PXI star trigger ensures synchronisation between modules with less than 1ns of skew.

The PXIe-9529 offers input ranges of up to ±10V or ±1V, software-selectable AC or DC coupling, and differential and pseudo-differential input configurations, with up to ±42.4V over-voltage protection for positive and negative inputs in both configurations. It works with Windows, LabView, MATLAB, and Visual Studio.NET and integrates seamlessly with Adlink's 3U 18-slot PXES-2780 PXI Express chassis.

Datasheet for the PXIe-9529 can be found here.

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