USB-1602HS/1604HS Series
USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series
High-Speed Multifunction DAQ with Synchronous I/O
Features
• 16-bit high-speed USB devices
• Simultaneous analog, digital, and
counter sampling
• Sample rates up to 2 MS/s per
channel
• Up to four analog inputs
• Up to two analog outputs
• 16 digital inputs and 16 digital
outputs
• One digital trigger input
• Four counter inputs
• Two timer/pulse outputs
• Three quadrature detectors
• Input and output pacer clocks
• External trigger and clock inputs
• SCSI and BNC connectors
• 10 watt external power supply
Software
Supported Operating Systems
• Windows® 8/7/Vista®/XP 32/64-bit
−− Universal Library™ (UL), ULx for
NI LabVIEW™
Ready-to-Run Applications
• InstaCal™ (install, configure, and
test)
• 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
• LabVIEW
• DASYLab®
• MATLAB® (Data Acquisition
Toolbox™)
Overview
The USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series
are high speed devices that can sample
analog, digital, and counter inputs
simultaneously, while generating analog
outputs (when supported) and digital
patterns at the same time.
Analog Input
The USB-1602HS/USB-1602HS-2AO has
two analog inputs and the USB-1604HS/
USB-1604HS-2AO has four. Each input
has a dedicated 16-bit ADC that provides
true simultaneous sampling per channel.
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The USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series provides high-speed simultaneous sampling.
Signals connect to BNC (front) and SCSI (rear) connectors. The USB-1604HS-2AO is shown here.
USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series Selection Chart
Model
Analog
Input
Sample Rate
per Channel
(max)
Analog
Output
Digital
I/O
Counter
Input
Quadrature
Encoders
USB-1602HS
2 SE
2 MS/s
0
16 input
16 output
4
3
USB-1602HS-2AO
2 SE
2 MS/s
2
16 input
16 output
4
3
USB-1604HS
4 SE
1.33 MS/s
0
16 input
16 output
4
3
USB-1604HS-2AO
4 SE
1.33 MS/s
2
16 input
16 output
4
3
The input range is software-selectable for
±10 V, ±2.5 V, or ±500 mV. The sample
rate is 2 MS/s for the USB-1602HS and
USB-1602HS-2AO, and 1.33 MS/s for the
USB-1604HS and USB-1604HS-2AO, per
channel. Users can pace analog input
operations with the internal A/D pacer
clock or with an external clock.
Analog Output
The USB-1602HS-2AO and
USB-1604HS-2AO each provide two
independent, 16-bit, analog outputs.
Each analog output can continuously
output a waveform at up to 1 MHz.
Users can clock the output operation
with the internal output scan clock or
with an external clock. The internal analog input clock can pace both the analog
input and output simultaneously.
Digital I/O
The digital I/O lines are configured as
16 inputs and 16 outputs. Users can pace
digital operations with the onboard scan
clock or with an external source.
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Digital input scanning
Digital input ports can be read synchronously along with analog channels in a
scan, or asynchronously before, during,
or after an analog input scan. The digital
inputs can sustain rates up to 8 MS/s for
one channel, when no analog channels
are sampled. When analog channels are
also sampled, the rate is 1.33 MS/s for
the USB-1604HS and USB-1604HS-2AO,
and 2 MS/s for the USB-1602HS and
USB-1602HS-2AO.
Digital output scanning
Digital outputs can be updated asynchronously at any time before, during,
or after an acquisition.
Users can generate a digital pattern up
to 4 MS/s. Digital pattern generation
is clocked using the output scan clock.
Digital patterns can be generated with
waveforms; both are paced by the same
selected clock. The onboard clock generates updates ranging from once every
1000 seconds to 1 MHz, independent of
the rate.
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General Information
Counter Input
Timer Output
USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series devices have four counters that accept frequency inputs up to 20 MHz. The counter
channels can be read as 16-bit or 32-bit counters. The default
input type is TTL, rising-edge triggered.
The USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series have two timer outputs for generating pulse width waves. The duty cycle and frequency are software-selectable. Timer outputs can be updated
asynchronously at any time.
Counters can be used to concurrently monitor time periods, frequencies, pulses, and other event-driven incremental
operations. Users can map counter channels to gate a counter,
decrement a counter, or latch the current count to the count
register. Users can also configure a counter to be gated by
another counter input that is mapped as a gate input.
Clock I/O
The USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series have independent
input and output pacing clocks.
Users can pace analog, digital, and counter input scans with
the internal input clock or an external clock. Analog channels
can be paced from 0.75 µs to 1000 seconds in 20.83 ns steps.
Digital and counter inputs can be paced from 250 ns to 1 second in 20.83 ns steps. The clock rate is 8 MHz maximum for
both the internal input clock and external input clock.
Counters can be read asynchronously under program control,
or synchronously as part of an analog or digital scan group.
• When read synchronously, all counters are set to zero at
the start of an acquisition.
Users can pace analog, digital, and timer output operations
with the internal input clock, internal output clock, external
input clock, or external output clock. The clock rate is 1 MHz
maximum for analog output operations, and 8 MHz maximum
for digital operations with no analog channels enabled.
• When read asynchronously, counters may be cleared on
each read, count up continually, or count until the 16-bit
or 32-bit limit is reached.
Counter, period, pulse width measurement (PWM), and timing
counter modes are supported.
Setpoint Detection
Quadrature Encoders
Users can configure a detection setpoint for each analog input
channel. Setpoint detection can be used to update an output
channel with an input channel value, or to write a specified
value to a digital output port, when specified criteria is met.
This allows for real-time control based on acquisition data.
Setpoint detection criteria is configurable with software.
Users can connect up to three quadrature encoders to measure
linear and rotary position. Encoders with a 16-bit (counter
low) or a 32-bit (counter low and counter high) counter,
6 MHz maximum pulse frequency, and X1, X2, and X4 count
modes are supported. Each input can be debounced to eliminate noise or false edges, or to switch induced transients.
Signal Connections
Trigger Input
A 68-pin SCSI connector provides connections for all signal
I/O except analog inputs.
The USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series supports hardware
and software triggering.
BNC connectors provide connections for the analog inputs,
and alternate connections for the external clock and external
digital trigger input.
With hardware-based triggers, an output value is compared
in hardware to an input level on a specified channel. These
hardware-based triggers are supported:
• Analog input hardware
Calibration
• External digital trigger input (DIG TRIG pin)
USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series devices are factory-calibrated using a NIST-traceable calibration process. Correction
factors for each range are stored on the device at the time of
calibration. Specifications are guaranteed for one year. For
calibration beyond one year, return the device to the factory
for recalibration.
With software-based triggers, an analog, digital, or counter
reading is checked by the computer in order to detect a trigger
event. These software-based triggers are supported:
• Analog software trigger
• Digital pattern
• Counter/totalizer
USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series devices support field
calibration. Field calibration traceability is derived through
the onboard reference. Use the InstaCal utility to calibrate the
device after it has fully warmed up and immediately before
making critical measurements.
These software triggers can also be used to stop an acquisition.
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USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series
Functional Block Diagram
USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series Block Diagram
USB-1602HS/USB-1602HS-2AO: 2 MSPS
USB-1604HS/USB-1604HS-2AO: 1.33 MSPS
EEPROM
USB
2.0
CYPRESS
FX2
USB
1 MB
RAM
µP
FPGA
CH0
ADC1
16-bit
CH1
USB-1604HS and USB-1604HS-2AO only
Isolation
System
ADC2
16-bit
CH2
ADC3
16-bit
CH3
TRIG
Control
32 KB
Debug
Memory
CAL
EEPROM
DAQ
FPGA
USB-1602HS-2AO and USB-1604HS-2AO only
48 MHz
Clock
5 VDC
900 mA
ADC0
16-bit
Power
System
16
Non-Isolated
Power
16
Isolation
Digital
Analog
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4
Isolated Digital
Power
2
Isolated Analog
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DAC 0
DAC 0
DAC 1
DAC 1
DOUT
DIN
CTRxA, B, Z
CTR0-CTR3
TMR/PWM0,TMR/PWM1
XADPCR (external input pacer clock)
XDPCR (external output pacer clock)
DIG TRIG
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USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series
Software
Software Support
The USB-1602HS is 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).
TracerDAQ and
TracerDAQ Pro
A virtual strip chart, oscilloscope, function generator, and rate generator applications
used to generate, acquire, analyze, display, and export data. Supported features may
vary with hardware. 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).
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
MATLAB Driver
High-level language and interactive environment for numerical computation,
visualization, and programming. The Data Acquisition Toolbox, provided by The
Mathworks, allows users to acquire data from most MCC PCI and USB devices.
Visit www.MathWorks.com for more information on MATLAB Data Acquisition
Toolbox support.
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USB-1602HS and USB-1604HS Series
Specifications
Specifications
Spurious-Free Dynamic Range (SFDR) Performance
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Typical for 25 °C unless otherwise specified.
All signal names refer to 68 pin SCSI connector, unless otherwise specified.
Analog Input
A/D converter type: 16-bit successive approximation type
Number of channels
USB-1602HS, USB-1602HS-2AO: 2
USB-1604HS, USB-1604HS-2AO: 4
Input configuration: Single-ended
Sampling method: Simultaneous; individual A/D per channel
Input ranges: ±10 V, ±2.5 V, ±500 mV
Absolute max input voltage: ±30 V max (power on), ±20 V max (power off)
Input impedance: 10 MΩ (typ, power on)
Input bias current: < 2 µA
Input bandwidth (–3 dB): 3 MHz, typ
Crosstalk Remaining inputs grounded: 100 dB (at 100 kHz )
Pacer sources: Onboard A/D clock, XAPCR (SCCI connector), or EXT CLK
(BNC connector.) Refer to “Pacing Sources” on page 6 for details.
Trigger sources and modes: Refer to ”Trigger Sources” on page 6 for details.
Sample rate: Software-selectable.
USB-1602HS, USB-1602HS-2AO: 0.01 S/s to 2 MS/s each channel
USB-1604HS, USB-1604HS-2AO: 0.01 S/s to 1.33 MS/s each channel
Resolution: 16-bits
INL (integral non-linearity): ±2.0 LSB
DNL (differential non-linearity): ±1.0 LSB
Range
Accuracy (mV)
±1
±0.5
±0.15
95
95
95
Number of channels: Two, independent (DAC 0, DAC 1)
Resolution: 16-bits
Output range: ±10 V
Throughput: Two channels, 1 MS/s each channel
Pacer sources: Internal, external, slaved to analog input pacing; refer to “Pacing
Sources” on page 6 for details.
Monotonicity: 16-bits
Glitch energy: < 12 nV/s
Current output: ±5 mA max
Output coupling: DC
Power up state: DACs clear to midscale, (0 V, ±20 mV)
Output noise: 3 mV rms max
Settling time (to .01% FS):
10 V output step, (RL=5 kΩ, CL=200 pf): 5 µS
Slew rate: 10 V/µs
Gain error: ±0.01% of FSR
Zero error: ±0.0045 V max
INL: < 2 LSBs
DNL: < 1 LSB
Offset error drift: ±10 ppm/°C
Gain error drift: ±10 ppm/°C
Analog Input Calibration
Range
Counts
LSBrms
±10 V
8
1.3
±2.5 V
±500 mV
11
17
1.6
2.5
Recommended warm-up time: 15 minutes min
Calibration methods: Factory calibration and field calibration supported
System calibration interval: 1 year
System calibration references: +8.192 V, +2.048 V, +0.4096 V ±5 mV.
Actual measured values stored in EEPROM:
Tempco: 5 ppm/°C max
Long term stability: 30 ppm/1000 h
Digital Input
Number of channels: 16 inputs (DIN0-DIN15)
Digital type: 3.3 V CMOS; 5 V tolerant
Digital input transfer rate (H/W paced)
DIO-only operation: Up to 8 MHz.
DIO and AI operations:
USB-1602HS, USB-1602HS-2AO: 2 MHz
USB-1604HS, USB-1604HS-2AO: 1.33 MHz
Input high voltage: 2.0 V min, 5.5 V max
Input low voltage: 0.8 V max, 0 V min
Absolute maximum input voltage: 15 V (power-on and power-off conditions)
DIN pacing: Onboard or external clock (XAPCR)
Pacer sources: Onboard A/D clock, XAPCR (SCCI connector), or EXT CLK
(BNC connector.)
DIN trigger modes and sources: See “Trigger Sources” on page 6 for details.
Input pull-ups: 100 kΩ; contact us for alternative options
Latency, software paced: 115 ms, typical; system-dependant
Noise distribution is determined by gathering 50,000 samples with inputs tied to
ground at the BNC connectors. Samples are gathered at the max specified rate.
Signal to Noise and Distortion (SINAD) Performance
Range
SINAD, dB
±10 V
84
±2.5 V
±500 mV
82
77
Calibrated and measured with a 10 kHz signal at 0.95 FSR, at the maximum
sampling rate.
Effective Number of Bits (ENOB) Performance
Range
Typical ENOB, bits
±10 V
14
±2.5 V
13
±500 mV
13
Digital Output
Number of channels: 16 outputs (DOUT0-DOUT15)
Output rate
No analog outputs enabled: 8 MHz max
Analog outputs enabled: 1 MHz max
Type: 3.3 V CMOS
Output high voltage (IOH = –2.5 mA): 2.4 V min, 3.4 V max
Output low voltage (IOL = 2.5 mA): 0.4 V max, 0 V min
Output current: 2.5 mA max per pin
DOUT pacing: Onboard or external clock (XDPCR)
Calibrated and measured with a 10 kHz signal at 0.95 FSR, at the maximum
sampling rate.
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±2.5 V
±500 mV
Analog Output (USB-1602HS-2AO and
USB-1604HS-2AO)
Noise Performance
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Typical SFDR, dB
SFDR is measured at the maximum sampling rate.
Calibrated Accuracy
±10 V
±2.5 V
±500 mV
Range
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Specifications
Output pacer rate: Internal or external, XDPCR source.
Analog rate: 1.0 MHz max
Digital rate
Analog outputs not enabled: 8 MHz, if no analog outputs are enabled,
Analog outputs enabled: 1 MHz
Internal pacer routed to BNC or SCSI connector
 Output high voltage (IOH = –2.5 mA):
Output low voltage (IOL = 2.5 mA): XAPCR or XDPCR: 2.4 V min, 0.4 V max
Pacer sources: Internal, external, pacing slaved to analog input pacing; refer to
“Pacing Sources” below for details.
Power on and reset state: Low
Latency, software paced: 115 ms, typ; system-dependant
Trigger Sources
Available trigger sources: Analog input hardware, analog software trigger, external digital input, digital pattern, counter/totalizer
Analog input (hardware) trigger source
USB-1602HS, USB-1602HS-2AO: CH0 to CH1
USB-1604HS, USB-1604HS-2AO: CH0 to CH3
Input signal range: Entire span of selected voltage range; channel selectable.
Trigger level: Software-selectable,12-bit resolution
Hysteresis: Software-selectable,12-bit resolution
Latency: 1.25 uS typ
Accuracy: ±2% of reading, ±10 mV offset max
Analog software trigger source
USB-1602HS, USB-1602HS-2AO: CH0 – CH1
USB-1604HS, USB-1604HS-2AO: CH0 – CH3
Trigger range: Anywhere within range of the trigger channel
Trigger level: Software-selectable, 16-bit resolution
Latency: One sample period max
External digital input trigger source: EXT TRIG (BNC connector), or DIG
TRIG (SCSI connector)
Input signal range: –15 V to +15 V max
Trigger level: TTL level sensitive
Minimum pulse width: 50 ns high, 50 ns low
Latency: 100 ns max
Digital pattern triggering source: DIN0 to DIN15
16-bit pattern triggering on the digital port. Software-selectable for trigger on
equal, not equal, above, or below a value. Individual bits can be masked for
“don’t care” condition. Latency is one sample period, max.
Counter/totalizer triggering source: CTR0 to CTR3
Counter/totalizer inputs can trigger an acquisition. User can select to trigger
on a frequency, or total counts that are equal/not equal, above/below a value,
or within/outside of a window rising/falling edge. Latency is one sample
period, max.
Counter Input
Number of channels: 4 independent counters (CTR0, CTR1, CTR2, CTR03);
may be configured as gated.
Modes: Counter, Period, Pulse width, Timing
Counter mode options: Totalize, Clear on Read, Rollover, Stop at top, 16-bit or
32-bit, any other channel can decrement the counter
Period mode options: Measure x1, x10, x100, or x1000 periods, 16-bit or 32-bit,
4 timebases (20.83 ns, 208.3 ns, 2.083 μs, 20.83 μs), any other channel can
gate the period measurement
Pulse width mode options: 16-bit or 32-bit values, 4 time bases to choose from
(20.83 ns, 208.3 ns, 2.083 μs, 20.83 μs), any other channel can gate the pulse
width measurement
Timing mode options: 16-bit or 32-bit values, 4 time bases (20.83 ns, 208.3 ns,
2.083 μs, 20.83 μs)
Resolution: 16- or 32-bits
Maximum input frequency: 20 MHz
Input type: TTL, rising edge triggered
Absolute maximum input voltage: 15 V
Debounce function 16 selections, from 500 ns to 25.5 ms, positive or negative
edge, glitch detect and/or debounce modes
Required input current: ±5 µA
Minimum pulse width: 25 nS high, 25 ns low
Input high voltage: 2.0 V min, 5.5 V max
Input low voltage: 0.8 V max, 0 V min
Timer Output
Number of channels: TMR/PWM0, TMR/PWM1
Effective frequency range: 0.0112 Hz to 24 MHz
Period resolution: 20.83 nS
Pulse width resolution: 20.83 nS
Output high voltage (IOH = –2.5 mA): 2.4 V min
Output low voltage (IOL = 2.5 mA): 0.4 V max
Output current: 2.5 mA max per pin
Pacing Sources
Pacer clocks (two): Input pacer clock, output pacer clock
Input pacer: For pacing A/D, DIN and counter signals. Can be internally generated or externally supplied (XAPCR).
Output pacer: For pacing DAC, DOUT and timer/PWM signals. Can be internally generated or externally supplied (XDPCR).
Input pacer clock sources (two): Internal, external
Internal clock (software-selectable):
Analog channels:
USB-1602HS, USB-1602HS-2AO: 500 ns to 1000 s in 20.83 ns steps
USB-1604HS, USB-1604HS-2AO: 750 ns to 1000 s in 20.83 ns steps
DIN and counter channels: 125 ns to 100 s in 20.83 ns steps.
Can be configured to pace AO and/or DOUT channels.
External clock, TTL level input (XAPCR):
Analog channels:
USB-1602HS, USB-1602HS-2AO: Down to 500 ns min
USB-1604HS, USB-1604HS-2AO: Down to 750 ns min
DIN and counter channels: Down to 125 ns min
Can be configured to pace DAC and/or DOUT channels.
Input pacer rate: Internal or external, XAPCR source
Analog rate:
USB-1602HS, USB-1602HS-2AO: 2 MHz max
USB-1604HS, USB-1604HS-2AO: 1.33 MHz max
Digital rate:
No analog channels enabled: 8 MHz if no analog channels are enabled. Analog channels enabled:
USB-1602HS, USB-1602HS-2AO: 2 MHz max
USB-1604HS, USB-1604HS-2AO: 1.33 MHz max
Pacer input high voltage: 2.0 V min, 5.5 V max
Pacer input low voltage: 0.8 V max, 0 V min
Minimum pulse width: 50 ns high, 50 ns low
Output pacer clock sources (four): Internal output pacer clock, (independent of
input pacer clock), external output pacer clock (XDPCR), internal input pacing clock, and external input pacing clock (XAPCR)
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Quadrature Decoders
Number of decoders: 3 (CTR4A, B, Z; CTR5 A, B, Z; CTR6 A, B, Z)
Signals per decoder: A, B and Z
Resolution: 16- or 32-bits
Maximum frequency: 6 MHz
Minimum pulse width: 25 nS high, 25 ns low
Debounce function: 16 selections, from 500 ns to 25.5 ms, positive or negative
edge, glitch detect, and/or debounce modes
Input high voltage: 2.0 V min, 5.5 V max
Input low voltage: 0.8 V max, 0 V min
Absolute maximum input voltage: 15 V
Power
Supply current (continuous mode): 1.5 A max
+5V EXT output voltage range: 4.75 V to 5.25 V
Isolation (measurement system to PC): 500 VDC min
AC power adapter: MCC part number PS-5V2AEPS
Output voltage: 5 V, ±5%
Output power: 10 watts
Power jack configuration: Two conductor, barrel
Power jack barrel diameter: 6.3 mm
Power jack pin diameter: 2.0 mm
Power jack polarity: Center positive
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Ordering
Environmental
Mechanical
Operating temperature range: 0 °C to 55 °C max
Storage temperature range: –40 °C to 85 °C max
Humidity: 0% to 90% non-condensing max
Dimensions (L × W × H): 142.2 × 180.3 × 38.1 (5.6 × 7.1 × 1.5 in.)
Weight: 675 g (1.5 lbs)
Ordering Information
DASYLab
Part No.
Description
USB-1602HS
16-bit, high-speed 2 MS/s simultaneous sampling
device with two analog inputs, four counters,
two timers, and 32 DIO lines. Includes USB cable,
external power supply, and MCC DAQ software
CD.
USB-1602HS-2AO
Accessories
16-bit, high-speed 2 MS/s simultaneous sampling
device with two analog inputs, two analog outputs,
four counters, two timers, and 32 DIO lines.
Includes USB cable, external power supply, and
MCC DAQ software CD.
USB-1604HS
16-bit, high-speed 1.33 MS/s simultaneous
sampling device with four analog inputs, four
counters, two timers, and 32 DIO lines. Includes
USB cable, external power supply, and MCC DAQ
software CD.
USB-1604HS-2AO
16-bit, high-speed 1.33 MS/s simultaneous
sampling device with four analog inputs, two
analog outputs, four counters, two timers, and
32 DIO lines. Includes USB cable, external power
supply, and MCC DAQ software CD.
Icon-based data acquisition, graphics, control, and
analysis software
Part No.
Description
CA-68-3R
68-pin ribbon cable, 3 feet.
CA-68-3S
68-pin shielded round cable, 3 feet.
CA-68-6S
68-pin shielded round cable, 6 feet.
TB-102
Termination board with screw terminals.
RM-TB-100
19-inch rack mount kit for use with the TB-102.
Software also Available from MCC
Part No.
Description
TracerDAQ Pro
Out-of-the-box virtual instrument suite with strip
chart, oscilloscope, function generator, and rate
generator – professional version
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