DAQ via Network. Remote. Ingenious.
The LAN technology of the AMS84-LAN16fx allows for measurement applications across great distances. The number of measuring points, where the devices are installed, is basically not limited. Data transmission to a server PC is fast and reliable.
The number of DAQ systems and with it the number of available channels is only limited by the bandwidth of the network. Several AMS84-LAN16fx devices can be synchronized with each other. If so, all measured data in distributed operation always keep time even with long-term measurements.
TCP/IP. Guaranteed Reliable.
The TCP/IP protocol stands for reliable data transmission - even via the internet.
Open for Everyone.
Widely supported: The amplifier measurement system can be used under Windows XP/7/8/10 as well as under Mac OS X, Free BSD, and Linux. The complete software for installation and programming of the AMS84-LAN16fx is included for free.
NextView. Try for Free.
The device is supported by NextView, the software for data acquisition and analysis. A fully functional 30-day trial is included with delivery to directly test the functionality of the AMS84-LAN16fx.
Versions and Options. Something for Everybody.
Other AMS versions, such as a ½ x 19-inch table-top unit, with an integrated USB data acquisition system, or as an amplifier system without a DAQ unit are available. With the add-on option AMS-DIG8, eight opto-isolated digital inputs and relay outputs each are provided.