D-TACQ networked digitizers make it easy to install many tens to hundreds of simultaneous analog input channels in highly scaleable architecture.
ACQ196CPCI features 96 simultaneous analog inputs, clocked up to 500 kSPS providing high channel density and low cost per channel. Available with a 100 Base-T Ethernet port as standard, NEW Gigabit Ethernet upgrade for the same price.
The upgrade takes advantage of the system slot capability of ACQ196CPCI, to control an off the shelf Gigabit Ethernet card. With a 64 bit bus interface, the Gigabit Ethernet port offers extremely high performance, up to 70 MBytes/second transfer rate using standard TCP/IP. The Gigabit Ethernet option is ONLY available for the case of a single 32/64/96 channel card in a 1U box.
Typical use cases are:
Applications include passive and active sonar, seismic data capture, satellite tracking and power monitoring.
Like the concept but need different characteristics? - other D-TACQ networked digitizers already feature Gigabit Ethernet:
ACQ164CPCI : 64 channels, 24 bit resolution, 128 kSPS
ACQ132CPCI : 32 channels, 2 MSPS continuous, up to 65 MSPS gated.
ACQ216CPCI : 16 channels, 16 MSPS continuous.
Some advantages of Networked Digitizers are discussed here
Want to stream data, but Gigabit Ethernet not fast enough? Stream direct to PCI-Express using RTM-T