Now, adding data acquisition capabilities to your PC is as easy as plugging in a mouse or keyboard. Within minutes of connecting one of our compact data acquisition modules to your computer and your sensor directly to the module, you are ready to make measurements of voltage, temperature, pressure - whatever you need. And you have done this without opening your PC, without complicated programming, and without spending time configuring the module, power requirements, or connection schemes.
The Keithley KUSB-3100 Series brings true plug-and-play data acquisition to computers that contain Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0 and 1.1 ports. No more opening up your computer chassis to install boards - just plug in the module, install the included software, and you are ready to make measurements. It's easy and efficient.
The KUSB-3108 module features a variety of analog input channels, including a Cold Junction Compensation (CJC) channel, as well as single-ended/differential analog input channels. The CJC channel provides 10mV/°C with an accuracy of 1°C. The differential analog input channels can be used for B, E, J, K, N, R, S, or T type thermocouples. To measure other low-level analog input signals, such as pressure and flow sensors, you can use these channels to connect up to 16 single-ended/eight differential analog inputs. Thermocouple break detection is also provided to set the value to full-scale if an open circuit is detected at the input. In addition, the KUSB-3108 provides two analog output channels for high resolution, single-value output operations, 17 digital I/O lines, and two counter/timer channels. The 500V isolation barrier protects your computer and ensures a reliable stream of data.
Model KUSB-3108의 주요기능
USB 2.0 and USB 1.1, true plug-and-play compatibility
High and low programmable gains
Input/output speeds up to 50kS/s
Up to 17 digital I/O lines
500V isolation barrier protects the computer and module from voltage spikes, ESD, and surges
Runs under Windows® 2000 and XP platforms
Voltage, temperature, strain, and vibration measurements