Test & Measurement World, July/August 2012

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NEW USB DAQ THROUGHPUT SAME LOW PRICE MORE offers twice the performance of our USB-1608FS, at the same low price. The NEW USB-1608FS-Plus PRODUCTUPDATE measurements, error detection, and modem simulation. DMM functions include the measurement of AC/DC voltage, loop resistance, insulation re- sistance, and capacitance. Addition- ally, the Model A0010002 allows Web-page browsing and online soft- ware updating. Outfitted with a color TFT LCD and touch screen, the unit stores 1000 test results and seven test configurations. It communicates with a computer via RJ45 and RS- 232 ports for data exchange. A built- in rechargeable 7.2-V lithium battery offers a capacity of 4000 mAh to en- able up to six hours of operation. GAO Comm, Seaward's micro-ohmmeter logs test results USB-1608FS-Plus • 400 kS/s (800 kS/s burst mode) • Up to 100 kS/s per channel • Eight 16-bit simultaneous analog inputs • Eight digital I/O (high-current 24 mA) • One counter input • Free data logging software and drivers included • Support for Linux® Windows®, and Mac® , Only $399 A data-logging function on the Cropico DO7010 digital micro-ohm- meter from Seaward enables test se- quences to be downloaded from a spreadsheet and test results to be up- loaded back to the data records. Up- graded with additional memory stor- age and extra battery capacity, the DO7010 provides accurate four-wire measurement and operates for longer working periods between recharging. The data-logging capability of the DO7010 allows measurements to be recorded remotely and either stored in internal memory or downloaded to a USB memory stick. An LCD graphic panel displays information on the measurement configuration. A mea- surement is triggered when the leads are applied to the device under test. An optional remote hand terminal al- lows control of the DO7010 at a dis- tance of up to 15 meters. The DO7010 offers four resistance- measurement ranges of 6 mΩ, 60 mΩ, 600 mΩ, and 6 Ω with resolution of 1 µΩ, 10 µΩ, 100 µΩ, and 1 mΩ, re- spectively. Accuracy on all four ranges is ±(0.1% reading +0.1% FS). The instrument is capable of measur- ing with a current of 1 A and 10 A on all except the highest range. It runs on rechargeable NiMh batteries, while smart battery technology extends the operating time of the instrument. Price: $3355. Seaward, Free Data Acquisition Handbook ©2012 Measurement Computing Corporation 10 Commerce Way, Norton, MA 02766 • 1-800-234-4232 877-447-2736 or 408-428-1000 Test & Measurement World | JULY/AUGUST 2012 –32–

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