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USB-7000 Series
Multifunction OEM DAQ Devices
Features
•฀ Eight฀analog฀inputs
•฀ 12-฀or฀16-bit฀resolution฀
•฀ Up฀to฀100฀kS/s฀hardware-paced฀
throughput฀to฀host฀device
•฀ Two฀analog฀outputs฀(USB-7204฀only)
•฀ Eight฀digital฀I/O
•฀ One฀32-bit฀event฀counter
•฀ No฀external฀power฀required
•฀ Compact฀(3.55"฀×฀3.75"),฀stackable฀
USB/104฀form฀factor฀—฀ideal฀for฀
OEM฀and฀embedded฀applications
Software
Supported Operating Systems
•฀ Windows฀8/7/Vista®/XP฀32/64-bit
−฀ Universal฀library฀(UL),฀ULx฀for฀NI฀
LabVIEW™
•฀ Android™
−฀ UL฀for฀Android
Ready-to-Run Applications
•฀ InstaCal™฀(install,฀conigure,฀and฀
test)
•฀ DAQami™฀Advanced฀Data฀Logging฀
Application฀(acquire,฀view,฀and฀log)
•฀ TracerDAQ®฀(acquire,฀view,฀log,฀and฀
generate)
Supported Programming Environments
•฀ Visual฀Studio®฀and฀Visual฀Studio฀
.NET,฀including฀examples฀for฀Visual฀
C++®,฀Visual฀C#®,฀Visual฀Basic®,฀
and฀Visual฀Basic฀.NET฀,฀and฀other฀
IDEs
•฀ Java®฀(Android฀only)฀including฀
examples฀and฀demo฀apps
•฀ LabVIEW฀(Windows฀only)
•฀ DASYLab®
Overview
The USB-7000 Series are multifunction
DAQ devices physically designed for
OEM and embedded applications. These
USB full-speed devices are available
in models that offer 12-bit and 16-bit
resolution.
Multiple USB-7000 Series devices can be stacked to increase channel count and capability.
Everything you need to begin acquiring,
viewing, and storing data is included
with USB-7000 Series devices, including
comprehensive software support.
Analog Input
The USB-7202 has eight single-ended
(SE) analog input channels. Each analog
input features an A/D per channel for
simultaneous sampling, 16-bit resolution, and input ranges up to ±10 V.
The USB-7204 can be configured with
up to eight SE or up to four differential
(DIFF) analog inputs. The USB-7204
provides 11-bit resolution in SE mode,
12-bit resolution in DIFF mode, and up
to ±20 V input ranges.
Sample Rate
The USB-7202 has a 100 kS/s maximum
rate (200 kS/s throughput rate to onboard
memory with BURSTIO enabled). Both
USB-7000 Series devices sample at up to
50 kS/s on any one channel.
Analog Output
(USB-7204 Only)
Two 12-bit analog outputs are included
with the USB-7204. Each output has a
0 V to 4.096 V range.
Digital I/O
The USB-7202 offers eight digital I/O
lines, and each line is individuallyconfigurable as an input or output. The
USB-7204 offers 16 digital I/O lines.
Counters
One 32-bit counter is included with each
USB-7000 Series module. The TTL-level
input has a 1 MHz max input frequency.
Calibration
USB-700 Series devices are factorycalibrated. Specifications are guaranteed
for one year. For calibration beyond one
year, return the device to the factory
for recalibration. Field calibration is not
supported.
USB-7000 Series Selection Chart
Model
Analog Inputs
Throughput Rate
Sample Rate
Per Channel
Simultaneous
Sampling
Analog
Outputs
Digital I/O
Event
Counters
USB-7202
8 SE
100 kS/s max
(200 kS/s BURSTIO)
50 kS/s max
✔
–
8
1
USB-7204
8 SE/4 DIFF
50 kS/s max
–
2
8
1
50 kS/s max
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USB-7000 Series
Software Support
Software Support
USB-7000 Series devices are supported by the software in the table below.
Ready-to-Run Applications
InstaCal
An interactive utility that configures and tests MCC hardware. Windows OS
InstaCal is included with the free MCC DAQ Software bundle (CD/download).
DAQami
Advanced data logging application with drag-and-drop software interface that is used
to acquire, view, and log data. DAQami can be configured to log analog channels
and to view that data in real-time or post-acquisition on user-configurable displays.
Windows OS
DAQami is available as a purchased software download.
TracerDAQ and
TracerDAQ Pro
A virtual strip chart, oscilloscope, function generator, and rate generator applications
used to generate, acquire, analyze, display, and export data. The Pro version provides
enhanced features. Windows OS
TracerDAQ is included with the free MCC DAQ Software bundle (CD/download).
TracerDAQ Pro is available as a purchased software download.
General-Purpose Programming Support
Universal Library
(UL)
Programming library of function calls for C, C++, VB, C# .Net, and VB .Net using
Visual Studio and other IDEs. Windows OS
The UL is included with the free MCC DAQ Software bundle (CD/download).
UL for Android
Programming library of function calls for Java programmers who develop apps for
Android-based tablets and phones. UL for Android communicates with select MCC
DAQ devices. Supports Android project development on Windows, Linux, Mac OS X
UL for Android is included with the free MCC DAQ Software bundle (CD/download).
Application-Specific Programming Support
ULx for
NI LabVIEW
A comprehensive library of VIs and example programs for NI LabVIEW that is used to
develop custom applications that interact with most MCC devices. Windows OS
ULx is included with the free MCC DAQ Software bundle (CD/download).
DASYLab Driver
Icon-based data acquisition, graphics, control, and analysis software that allows users
to create complex applications in minimal time without text-based programming.
DASYLab is available as a purchased software download. Windows OS
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USB-7000 Series
Specifications
Specifications
Digital Input/Output
Digital฀Type: CMOS
Number฀of฀I/O: 8 (DIO0 through DIO7)
Coniguration: Independently configured for input or output
Pull-Up/Pull-Down฀Coniguration: All pins
configurable from a jumper (JP1) to Vs or Ground through 47 k resistors
Input฀High฀Voltage: 2.0 V min, 5.5 V absolute max
Input฀Low฀Voltage: 0.8 V max, –0.5 V absolute min
Output฀High฀Voltage฀(IOH฀=฀–2.5฀mA): 3.8 V min
Output฀Low฀Voltage฀(IOL฀=฀2.5฀mA): 0.7 V max
Power฀On฀and฀Reset฀State:฀Input
USB-7202
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Typical for 25 ˚C unless otherwise specified.
Analog Input
A/D฀Converter฀Type:฀16-bit successive approximation type
Number฀of฀Channels: 8 single-ended
Input฀Coniguration: Individual A/D per channel
Sampling฀Method: Simultaneous
Absolute฀Maximum฀Input฀Voltage: CHx IN to GND; ±15 V max
Input฀Impedance: 100 MΩ min
Input฀Ranges: ±10 V, ±5 V, ±2 V, ±1 V, software-selectable,
Sample฀Rate
Hardware-Paced: 0.6 S/s to 50 kS/s, software-selectable
BURSTIO฀to฀32฀kS฀FIFO: 20 S/s to 50 kS/s, software-selectable
Throughput
Software-Paced: 500 S/s all channels, system-dependent
Hardware-Paced: (100 kS/s)/(# of channels); max of 50 kS/s for any channel;
max throughput scanning to computer memory is system-dependent
BURSTIO฀to฀32฀kS฀FIFO:฀(200 kS/s) / (# of channels), 50 kS/s max for any channel
Resolution: 16 bits
No฀Missing฀Codes: 15 bits
Crosstalk: Signal DC to 25 kHz, –80 dB
Trigger฀Source: Software-selectable, external digital TRIG_IN
Calibration: Cal factors stored in firmware; apply factors to data through application software
External Trigger
Trigger฀Source: External digital, TRIG_IN
Note: TRIG_IN is a Schmitt trigger input protected with a 1.5 kΩ series resistor
Trigger฀Mode: Software-selectable; edge sensitive, user-configurable for
CMOS-compatible rising or falling edge
Trigger฀Latency: 10 µs max
Trigger฀Pulse฀Width: 1 µs min
Input฀High฀Voltage: 4.0 V min, 5.5 V absolute max
Input฀Low฀Voltage: 1.0 V max, –0.5 V absolute min
Input฀Leakage฀Current: ±1.0 µA
External Clock Input/Output
Pin฀Name: SYNC
฀ Note: SYNC is a Schmitt trigger input and is over-current protected with a 1.5 kΩ
series resistor.
Pin฀Type: Bidirectional
Software฀-Selectable฀Direction
Output: Outputs internal A/D pacer clock.
Input:฀Receives A/D pacer clock from external source
Input฀Clock฀Rate: 50 kHz max
Clock฀Pulse฀Width
Input: 1 µs min
Output: 5 µs min
Input฀Leakage฀Current: ±1.0 µA
Input฀High฀Voltage: 4.0 V min, 5.5 V absolute max
Input฀Low฀Voltage: 1.0 V max, –0.5 V absolute min
Output฀High฀Voltage
IOH฀=฀–2.5฀mA: 3.3 V min
No฀Load: 3.8 V min
Output฀Low฀Voltage
IOL฀=฀2.5฀mA: 1.1 V max
No฀Load: 0.6 V max
Calibrated Absolute Accuracy
Range
Accuracy (mV)
±10 V
5.66
±5 V
2.98
±2 V
1.31
±1 V
0.68
Note: Noise distribution is determined by gathering 50 kilosamples with
inputs tied to ground at the user connector. Samples are gathered at the max
specified sample rate of 50 kS/s.
Counter
Accuracy Components - All Values (±)
Range
% of
Reading
Gain Error
at FS (mV)
Offset (mV)
±10 V
0.04
4.00
1.66
±5 V
0.04
2.00
0.98
±2 V
0.04
0.80
0.51
±1 V
0.04
0.40
0.28
Pin฀Name: CTR
Note: CTR is a Schmitt trigger input protected with a 1.5 kΩ series resistor.
Counter฀Type: Event counter
Number฀of฀Channels: 1
Input฀Type: TTL, rising edge triggered
Input฀Source: CTR screw terminal
Resolution: 32 bits
Schmidt฀Trigger฀Hysteresis: 20 mV to 100 mV
Input฀Leakage฀Current: ±1 µA
Maximum฀Input฀Frequency: 1 MHz
High฀Pulse฀Width: 500 ns min
Low฀Pulse฀Width: 500 ns min
Input฀High฀Voltage: 4.0 V min, 5.5 V absolute max
Input฀Low฀Voltage: 1.0 V max, –0.5 V absolute min
Noise Performance
Range
Typical
Counts
LSBrms
±10 V
10
1.52
±5 V
10
1.52
±2 V
11
1.67
±1 V
14
2.12
Memory
Data฀FIFO: 32,768 samples, 65,536 bytes
EEPROM: 1,024 bytes
EEPROM฀Coniguration
0x000-0x1FF, reserved, 512 bytes system and Cal data
0x200-0x3FF, read/write, 512 bytes user area
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USB-7000 Series
Specifications
Microcontroller
Type: High performance 8-bit RISC microcontroller
Program฀Memory: 32,768 words
Data฀Memory: 3,936 bytes
USB-7204
All specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Typical for 25 ˚C unless otherwise specified.
Power
Analog Input
Supply฀Current
฀ USB฀Enumeration: <100 mA
Continuous฀Mode: 150 mA
Note: This is the total current requirement for the
USB-7202, which includes up to 10 mA for the
status LED.
+5฀VUSER฀Power฀Available
Connected฀to฀Self-Powered฀Hub: 4.5 V min,
5.25 V max
Connected฀to฀Externally-Powered฀Root฀Port฀
Hub:฀4.5 V min, 5.25 V max
฀ Note: “Self-powered hub” refers to a USB hub
with an external power supply. Self-powered
hubs allow a connected USB device to draw
up to 500 mA. “Root port hubs” reside in the
USB host controller in the computer. The USB
port(s) on your computer are root port hubs. All
externally-powered root port hubs (desktop computer) provide up to 500 mA of current for a USB
device. Battery-powered root port hubs provide
100 mA or 500 mA, depending upon the manufacturer. A laptop computer that is not connected
to an external power adapter is an example of
a battery-powered root port hub. If your laptop
is constrained to the 100 mA max, you need to
purchase a self-powered hub.
Output฀Current: 350 mA max
Note: This is the total amount of current that can
be sourced from the
+5 VUSER and digital outputs.
A/D฀Converter฀Type: Successive approximation
type
Input฀Modes: Single-ended or differential (default)
Input฀Voltage฀Range฀for฀Linear฀Operation,฀Single-Ended฀Mode: CHx to GND, ±10 V max
Input฀Common-Mode฀Voltage฀Range฀for฀Linear฀
Operation,฀Differential฀Mode: CHx to GND, –10
V min, +20 V max
Input฀Coniguration: Single A/D
Sampling฀Method: Multiplexed
Absolute฀Maximum฀Input฀Voltage: CHx to GND,
±28 V max
Input฀Impedance: 122 kΩ
Input฀Current
Vin = 10 V, 70 microamperes (µA) typ
Vin = 0 V, –12 µA typ
Vin = –10 V, –94 µA typ
Note: Input current is a function of applied voltage on the analog input channels. For a given
input voltage, Vin, the input leakage is approximately equal to (8.181*Vin – 12) µA.
Number฀of฀Channels: 8 SE / 4 DE, software-selectable
Input฀Ranges฀
฀ Single-Ended฀Mode: ±10 V, G=2
฀ Differential฀Mode: ±20 V, G=1; ±10 V, G=2
(default); ±5 V, G=4; ±4 V, G=5;
±2.5 V, G=8; ±2.0 V, G=10; ±1.25 V, G=16;
±1.0 V, G=20; software-selectable
Sample฀Rate
฀ Hardware-Paced:฀50 kS/s, software-selectable
Throughput
Software-Paced: 250 S/s typ, system-dependent
Hardware-Paced:฀0.56 S/s to 50 kS/s; max
throughput scanning to computer memory is
system-dependent.
Channel฀Gain฀Queue: Up to 16 elements, softwareselectable channel, range
General
Device฀Type: USB 2.0 (full-speed)
Device฀Compatibility: USB 1.1, USB 2.0
Environmental
Operating฀Temperature฀Range: 0 V to 70 ˚C
Storage฀Temperature฀Range: –40 to 70 ˚C
Humidity: 0% to 90% non-condensing
Resolution
Differential: 12 bits, no missing codes
Single-Ended: 11 bits (shifted for 12-bit representation, even numbers only)
Note: The AD7870 converter only returns 11 bits
(0-2047 codes) in SE mode; firmware shifts it to
12-bit. Firmware prior to version 2.04 have LSB
justified data. Firmware version 2.04 and later
have MSB justified data.
Integral฀Linearity฀Error: ±1 LSB typ
Differential฀Linearity฀Error: ±0.5 LSB typ
Repeatability: ±1 LSB typ
Trigger฀Source: Software-selectable, external digital
TRIG_IN
Pacer฀Source: Software-selectable; internal; external
(SYNC), rising edge triggered; external Gated
(SYNC); programmed IO
Note: External Gated Sync holds off the first
clock pulse after setting up a scan to ensure
adequate setup time for the first conversion.
Calibration: Factory Cal factors stored in firmware.
Cal factors must be applied using application
software
Accuracy
Differential Mode
Range
Accuracy (LSB)
±20 V
5.1
±10 V
6.1
±5 V
8.1
±4 V
9.1
±2.5 V
12.1
±2 V
14.1
±1.25 V
20.1
±1 V
24.1
Single-Ended Mode
±10 V
4.0
Mechanical
Dimensions฀(L฀×฀W฀×฀H): 90.17 × 95.25 × 12.70
mm (3.55 × 3.75 × 0.5 in.) ,
111.76 mm (4.40 in.) long with detachable screw
terminals connected
USB฀Cable฀Length: 3 meters max
User฀Connection฀Length: 3 meters max
Accuracy Components
Differential Mode - All Values are (±)
Range
% of Reading
Gain Error at Full Scale (FS)
Offset (mV)
Accuracy at FS
±20 V
0.2
40 mV
9.766
49.766 mV
±10 V
0.2
20 mV
9.766
29.766 mV
±5 V
0.2
10 mV
9.766
19.766 mV
±4 V
0.2
8 mV
9.766
17.766 mV
±2.5 V
0.2
5 mV
9.766
14.766 mV
±2 V
0.2
4 mV
9.766
13.766 mV
±1.25 V
0.2
2.5 mV
9.766
12.266 mV
±1 V
0.2
2 mV
9.766
11.766 mV
Single-Ended Mode - All Values are (±)
±10 V
0.2
20
5
19.531
39.531
USB-7000 Series
Specifications
Input฀High฀Voltage: 4.0 V min, 5.5 V absolute max
Input฀Low฀Voltage: 1.0 V max, –0.5 V absolute min
Input฀Leakage฀Current: ±1.0 µA
Noise Performance
Differential Mode
Range
Typical
Counts
Least Significant BitRoot Mean Square
(LSBRMS)
±20 V
2
0.30
±10 V
2
0.30
±5 V
3
0.45
±4 V
3
0.45
±2.5 V
4
0.61
±2 V
5
0.76
±1.25 V
7
1.06
±1 V
8
External Clock Input/Output
Pin฀Name: SYNC
Note: SYNC is a Schmitt trigger input and is over-current protected with a 1.5 kΩ
series resistor.
Pin฀Type: Bidirectional
Software฀Selectable฀Direction
Output฀(default): Outputs internal A/D pacer clock.
Input: Receives A/D pacer clock from external source.
Input฀Clock฀Rate: 50 kHz, max
Clock฀Pulse฀Width
Input฀Mode: 1 µs min
Output฀Mode: 5 µs min
Input฀Leakage฀Current
Input฀Mode:฀±1.0 µA
Input฀High฀Voltage: 4.0 V min, 5.5 V absolute max
Input฀Low฀Voltage:฀1.0 V max, –0.5 V absolute min
Output฀High฀Voltage: IOH = –2.5 mA, 3.3 V min, no load, 3.8 V min
Output฀Low฀Voltage: IOL = 2.5 mA, 1.1 V max, no load, 0.6 V max
1.21
Single-Ended Mode
±10 V
0.2
0.30
Counter
Analog Output
Pin฀Name: CTR
Note: CTR is a Schmitt trigger input protected with a 1.5 kΩ series resistor
Counter฀Type: Event counter
Number฀of฀Channels: 1
Input฀Type: TTL, rising edge triggered
Input฀Source: CTR screw terminal
Resolution:฀32 bits
Schmidt฀Trigger฀Hysteresis: 20 mV to 100 mV
Input฀Leakage฀Current: ±1 µA
Maximum฀Input฀Frequency: 1 MHz
High฀Pulse฀Width: 500 ns min
Low฀Pulse฀Width: 500 ns min
Input฀High฀Voltage: 4.0 V min, 5.5 V absolute max
Input฀Low฀Voltage: 1.0 V max, –0.5 V absolute min
Resolution: 12-bits, 1 in 4096
Output฀Range: 0 V to 4.096 V, 1 mV per LSB
Number฀of฀Channels: 2
Throughput
฀ Software-Paced: 50 S/s single channel typ, system-dependent
Hardware-Paced
Single฀Channel: 10 kS/s
Dual฀Channel,฀Simultaneous฀Update: 5 kS/s
Note: Maximum hardware-paced throughput is system-dependent.
Power฀On฀and฀Reset฀Voltage: Initializes to 000h code
Output฀Drive: Each D/A OUT, 15 mA
Slew฀Rate: 0.8 V/microsecond (µs) typ
Analog Output Accuracy (All Values (±))
Non-Volatile Memory
Range:฀0.0 V to 4.096 V
Accuracy฀(LSB):฀4.0 typ, 45.0 max
EEPROM: 1,024 bytes
Analog Output Accuracy Components (All Values (±))
EEPROM Configuration
Range: 0 V to 4.096 V
%฀of฀FSR: 0.1 typ, 0.9 max
Gain฀Error฀at฀FS: 4.0 mV typ, 36.0 mV max
Offset: 1.0 mV typ, 9.0 mV max
Note:฀Negative offsets result in a fixed zero-scale error or “dead band.” At the
maximum offset of 9 mV, any input code of less than 0x009 does not produce
a response in the output.
Accuracy฀at฀FS: 4.0 mV typ, 45.0 mV max
Address Range
Access
Description
0x000-0x1FF
Reserved
512 bytes
system and cal data
0x200-0x3FF
Read/Write
Microcontroller
Type: High performance 8-bit RISC microcontroller
Program฀Memory: 32,768 words
Data฀Memory: 3,936 bytes
Digital Input/Output
Digital฀Type: CMOS
Number฀of฀I/O: 16 (Port 0 bit 0 through bit 7, Port 1 bit 0 through bit 7)
Coniguration: 2 banks of 8
Pull-Up/Pull-Down฀Coniguration: All pins
configurable via jumpers (JP1 and JP2) to Vs or Ground via 47 K resistors. JP1
configures Port 1, and JP2 configures Port 0.
Input฀High฀Voltage: 2.0 V min, 5.5 V absolute max
Input฀Low฀Voltage: 0.8 V max, –0.5 V absolute min
Output฀High฀Voltage฀(IOH฀=฀–2.5฀mA): 3.8 V min
Output฀Low฀Voltage฀(IOL฀=฀2.5฀mA): 0.7 V max
Power฀On฀and฀Reset฀State: Input
External Trigger
Trigger฀Source: External digital, TRIG_IN; TRIG_IN is a Schmitt trigger input
protected with a 1.5 kΩ series resistor
Trigger฀Mode: Software-selectable
Edge฀Sensitive: User-configurable for CMOS-compatible rising or falling edge
Trigger฀Latency: 10 µs max
Trigger฀Pulse฀Width: 1 µs min
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512 bytes user
USB-7000 Series
Specifications & Ordering Information
Power
Ordering Information
Supply฀Current: 80 mA
Note:฀This is the total current requirement for the USB-7204 which includes
up to 10 mA for the status LED.
+5฀V฀USER฀Power฀Available
฀ Connected฀to฀Self-Powered฀Hub,฀Externally-Powered฀Root฀Port฀Hub,฀or฀
Bus-Powered฀Hub:฀4.5 V min, 5.25 V max
Output฀Current
฀ Connected฀to฀Self-Powered฀Hub฀or฀Externally-Powered฀Root฀Port฀Hub:
420 mA max
Connected฀to฀Bus-Powered฀Hub: 20 mA max
Note: This refers to the total amount of current that can be sourced from the
USB +5 V, analog outputs and digital outputs.
Connected฀to฀Externally-Powered฀Root฀Port฀Hub: 420 mA max
Connected฀to฀Bus-Powered฀Hub: 20 mA max
Note: Self-powered hub refers to a USB hub with an external power supply.
Self-powered hubs allow a connected USB device to draw up to 500 mA. Root
port hubs reside in the USB host controller in the computer. The USB port(s)
on your computer are root port hubs. All externally powered root port hubs
(desktop computers) provide up to 500 mA of current for a USB device. Battery-powered root port hubs provide 100 mA or 500 mA, depending upon the
manufacturer. A laptop computer that is not connected to an external power
adapter is an example of a battery-powered root port hub. Bus powered hubs
receive power from a self-powered or root port hub. In this case the maximum current available from the USB +5 V is 100 mA. The minimum USB +5
V voltage level can be as low as 4.1 V. Protected by fuse F2 at 375 mA.
Part฀No.
Description
USB-7202
USB-based DAQ module with eight, 16-bit analog inputs
and eight digital I/O lines. Designed for OEMs.
USB-7204
USB-based DAQ module with eight analog inputs, up to
12-bit resolution, 50 kS/s, 2 D/A outputs, and 16 digital
I/O lines. Designed for OEMs.
Software also Available from MCC
DAQami
Easy-to-use advanced data logging software to acquire,
view, and log data
TracerDAQ Pro
Out-of-the-box virtual instrument suite with strip chart,
oscilloscope, function generator, and rate generator –
professional version.
DASYLab
Icon-based data acquisition, graphics, control, and
analysis software.
General
Device฀Type: USB 2.0 (full-speed)
Device฀Compatibility: USB 1.1, USB 2.0
Environmental
Operating฀Temperature฀Range: 0 ˚C to 70 ˚C
Storage฀Temperature฀Range: –40 ˚C to 70 ˚C
Humidity: 0% to 90% non-condensing
Mechanical
Dimensions฀(L฀×฀W฀×฀H): 90.17 × 95.25 × 12.70 mm (3.55 × 3.75 × 0.5 in.) ,
111.76 mm (4.40 in.) in length with detachable screw terminals connected
USB฀Cable฀Length: 3 meters max
User฀Connection฀Length: 3 meters max
Document Revision 4, August, 2014
© Copyright 2010–2014, Measurement Computing Corporation
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