ADLINK Technology (San Jose, CA) announced the USB-1210 USB 2.0 data acquisition module that supports four 16-bit channels of simultaneous sampling at up to 2 MS/s per channel, and ensures zero data loss in long-term data acquisition by way of 256- MS deep onboard FIFO (First In, First Out). The 4-channel USB DAQ with simultaneous sampling delivers -100 dB THD and 14.3-Bit ENOB (effective number of bits) at up to 2 MS/s. Up to 16-sec. data buffer enables long-term data acquisition and recording at full speed (2 MS/s), preventing data loss from slow CPU response under heavy system loading. Built-in precision reference voltage for autocalibration eliminates the need for external instruments. It supports external digital/analog trigger source and flexible trigger modes, and 500 VDC isolation protects the connected computer from hazardous voltage caused by improper signal connection.

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