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25/09/2019 - 26/09/2019

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01/10/2019 - 03/10/2019

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Data acquisition and motion control for under £200

Data acquisition and motion control for under £200 Amplicon has introduced the PCI-9221 from ADLINK, which is a combined multifunction data acquisition and motion control card, for under £200. The PCI-9221 is able to sample analogue signals at up to 250kS/s, with a resolution of 16-bits. Along with the 16 single-ended or eight differential analogue input channels, the PCI-9221 has two analogue outputs which are suitable for generating DC voltage signals. The unique feature of this board is the programmable digital I/O, which may be used in one of the following four modes; eight digital inputs and four digital outputs; two 32-bit counter/timers; two encoder inputs; two PWM (pulse width modulation) outputs. The ADLINK PCI-9221 is the first DAQ card to combine data acquisition and motion control, providing an optimal combination of analogue and digital I/O with motion control capabilities for test and measurement system integrators and laboratories. The PCI-9221 is supplied with drivers for VB, C/C++, Delphi, .Net, MATLAB and LabVIEW. "This is the first 16-bit data acquisition card to be available for under £200," Says Darren Saxby, senior sales engineer for measurement and control at Amplicon. "The combination of data acquisition and motion control for this price makes it really good value for our customers."

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