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  • Connect Windows computer directly to sensors: .
  • instruNet i60x provides 16se/8di Voltage Input Channels with extremely accurate 24-bit A/D Converter29. Alternatively, one might consider the larger i555 card cage with 8 to 256 channels.
  • Voltage input ranges: 20mV, 40mV, 80mV, 150mV, 300mV, 600mV, 1.2V, 2.5V, 5V, 10V.
  • 4x Digital I/O (4mA sink/source, 0 to 3.3V).
  • i60x receives power from USB bus and provides excitation power (+3.3V, 80mA) to sensors.
  • Includes Free instruNet World strip chart recorder software; or purchase powerful PLUS version.
  • Compatible with Windows ≥ XP SP3 computers, 32-bit or 64-bit.
  • The i601 is the smallest and most accurate electrically-isolated 8channel direct-to-sensor data acquisition system in the world.
  • For full i600/i601 datasheet, click here.
  • For i60x accuracy specifications, click here. Why so accurate? It was designed in 2016; whereas many competing products are older.
  • The i601 tiny standalone USB device provides 36V bank electrical isolation; whereas the less costly i600 directly connects I/O signal ground to computer ground via USB cable.
  • Digitize at a maximum sample rate of 160K samples/sec for 1 channel, 12Ks/sec/ch for 2 channels, 6Ks/sec/ch for 4 channels or 3Ks/sec/ch for 8 channels.
 
Very low internal noise, as shown above (2μVrms, 1Ks/sec, ±20mV range) Compatible with Excel, LabVIEW, DASYLab, MATLAB, Origin, C & Visual BASIC on Windows ≥ XP SP3 Computers
 
i60x can digitize concurrently with instruNet i555 card cage system; which supports 4, 8, 12 or 16 slots of analog/digital i/o hardware. Optional Wiring boxes:
i510,  i511,  i512

 

 

Connect to Sensors in Several Easy Steps

 

Connect to Load Cell
in several easy steps
Connect to Strain Gage
in several easy steps
Connect to Pressure sensor
in several easy steps
 
Connect to Thermocouple
in several easy steps
Connect to RTD
in several easy steps
Connect to Thermistor
in several easy steps
 
Connect to LVDT distance sensor
in several easy steps
Connect to Flow sensor
in several easy steps
Connect to Accelerometer
in several easy steps
 
Connect to Voltage Source
in several easy steps
Connect to Current Source
in several easy steps
Connect to Resistance Device
in several easy steps