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USB-2408 series analogue USB DAQ modules by Measurement Computing available from Firetail DAQ

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Firetail DAQ data acquisition and logging products Australia introduces the USB-2408 series of 24-bit multifunction DAQ modules designed and manufactured by Measurement Computing Corp.  

The USB-2408 series analogue USB DAQ modules are low cost highly accurate modules suitable for mixed signal measurements with proven ability to directly measure thermocouples and voltages up to +/-10 volts.  

The USB-2408 USB DAQ modules include 16 single-ended or 8 differential inputs and 8 bits of digital I/O, two 32-bit counters, a timer output and two optional high speed analogue outputs creating a very impressive array of features.  

Powered by the +5 volt USB supply from any computer, the USB-2408 series does not require external power. All I/O connections are made to the screw terminals located along each side of the device.  

Key features of USB-2408 series analogue USB DAQ modules: 

  • 24-bit resolution 
  • Up to 1 kS/s acquisition rate 
  • Measures thermocouples or voltages 
  • 8 differential (DIFF) or 16 single-ended (SE) analogue inputs 
  • Up to 2 analogue outputs 
  • 8 digital I/O lines 
  • Two 32-bit counter input channels 
  • One timer output channel 
  • Support for Linux and Mac operating systems
  • TracerDAQ software for acquiring and displaying data and generating signals 
  • Universal Library includes support for Visual Studio and Visual Studio .NET, including examples for Visual C++, Visual C#, Visual Basic, and Visual Basic .NET 
  • DAQFlex open-source software framework, compatible with Windows, Linux, and Mac platforms 
  • Comprehensive drivers for DASYLab and NI LabVIEW 
  • Supported by MATLAB Data Acquisition Toolbox 
  • InstaCal software utility for installing, calibrating and testing

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