San Jose, Calif - ADLINK Technology, Inc., has released its PXI-2022/2020 high-density simultaneous sampling PXI DAQ (data acquisition) boards. As the latest addition to ADLINK’s extensive lineup of DAQ boards, the PXI-2022 and PXI-2020 provide 16-bit simultaneous sampling of devices at sample rates of 250 kS/s per channel across sixteen and eight channels, respectively.
The new boards are designed for applications that require simultaneous sampling over multiple channels, such as advanced physical research, radar, sonar, ultrasonic measurements, car engine test, and aircraft noise monitoring. Incorporation of the high-density PXI-2022 and PXI-2020 saves space and reduces the cost of developing PXI systems with multiple simultaneous DAQ modules.
The PXI-2022 and PXI-2020 feature flexible input ranges from ±1.25 V to ±10 V, making them suitable for a wide range of applications. These boards also feature digital triggering, four digital I/O lines, and two 32-bit counter/timers.
“With the increasing demand for high-density simultaneous data acquisition, the PXI-2022 and PXI-2020 provide a cost-effective solution in terms of both space and system cost. For example, for applications that require over 100 channels, seven PXI-2022 boards can be easily installed in one of our PXIS-2558 8-slot PXI chassis to offer a system supporting up to 112 channels of simultaneous acquisition at half the cost of using PXI systems employing 4-channel DAQ boards,” noted Catherine Wu, Product Director at ADLINK.
The PXI-2022 and PXI-2020 include drivers and SDK support for mainstream Windows operating systems, as well as third-party applications including LabVIEW and MATLAB.
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