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Press Releases from ICP DAS USA (4 total)

PET-7H16M: High Speed Ethernet Data Acquisition

ICP DAS USA's new PET-7H16M is a high speed data acquisition module with a built-in Ethernet communication port for network data transfer. It includes 8 high speed analog input channels with a FIFO of 2048 samples and a maximum sampling rate of up to 200 kS/s, with 16-bit analog to digital (A/D) converters simultaneously sampling on each channel. In addition to the Analog input channels, each module provides 4 digital input

Distributed Data Acquisition And Control System with GW-7472

Distributed data acquisition and control system is widely used in all industrial fields. It is used for implement complex and costly applications. In a single control system, it involves many sub-systems, communication devices, data acquisition modules, and other I/O devices. They usually communicate over different protocols. Gateway or protocol converter would be the key “translate” element between two protocols. Compare to traditional centralized SCADA system, distributed data acquisition and

Vehicle and Engine Management System Monitoring with GW-7228

Engine management system is a build-in system to control and monitor the status of engine, such as engine speed, oil temperature, coolant temperature, oil pressure and other engine parameters. Engine manufacturers always integrate EMS system into engines for diagnostics purposes. EMS is communicated over CAN protocol with SAE J1939 bus. In order to read the engine parameters on computer, users must use protocol converter/ gateway to convert CAN bus to

Teletrac Navman Partners with ICP DAS USA

ICP DAS USA partners with Teletrac Navman to integrate ICP DAS data acquisition products in Teletrac Navman’s fleet management technologies. Teletrac Navman specializes in vehicle and equipment tracking using their proprietary software which collects data including GPS position and engine parameters communicated via J1939 protocol. Fleet managers are constantly finding new ways to build a stronger, more efficient fleet. By Teletrac Navman teaming with ICP DAS USA, they were able

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