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Solid-State 8 I/O Module Interface Device
 

220 Volt Power Supply?

My target location for this module has only 220v available. Is the included power supply capable of 220 v operation?
Industry:: Industrial Automation
Hello TomK - The included power supply is only 120 volt compatible. To operate the USB-SSR08 in a 230 Volt environment you will need to order the PS-9V1AEPS-230V power supply (this is a special order part number that does not normally ship with the product - please call us to order this power supply)
4 days ago
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16-Bit, 400 kS/s, Multifunction USB Data Acquisition Device
 

Can this device be used with Linux and/or Python?

Hi, is there any support for Linux for this device? Specifically, Python running in a Linux environment?

Many thanks,
Dave
Other software used:: Python
Job Title:: Consultant
Industry:: Acoustics
Application:: Acoustic measurement
Hi davecoles24A - Yes, the USB-1608FS-Plus is supported by our third party Linux drivers. The driver was recently completed and we are in the process of adding it to the list of supported hardware products. As for Python, we do not have direct support but third party developers have used our Universal Library (from within the Python environment) to communicate with our hardware products. If you Google Measurement Computing and Python, you will find many results. Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions.
5 days ago
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16-Bit, 1 MS/s, Voltage and Temperature Device with 16 SE/8 DIFF Analog Inputs, 4 Analog Outputs
 

Will it work on Linux?

This device is not mentioned on the Linux support page. Will it work at all? Maybe by adapting the driver for model 1616FS?
Thanks.
Industry:: Phyiscs
Hello Guillaume - Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, due to the complex architecture of the USB-1616HS Series we are unable to provide Linux support. If you call our toll free number, 1-800-234-4232 (Ext-3 for Sales Engineering) we will assist you in selecting a Linux supported product that meets your requirements.
1 week ago
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Would this hardware be suitable for counting the number of items passing by a sensor on a conveyor belt and logging into excel?

The USB-1024LS supports 24 programmable digital I/O bits and one 32 bit event counter. The event counter would be ideal for this project in that it will count pulses (TTL) up to a 1 MHz input rate and totalize the counts it acquires. There are a couple of options for software. TracerDAQ supports the event counter but is limited to 32K counts. TracerDAQ PRO ($199.00) increases the count total to 1 million samples. If using TracerDAQ the Initial logging is to a binary file with the capabilities of converting the file to a .CSV file for use with Excel. We also include our Universal Library for Windows and our drivers for ULx for NI LabVIEW. Please contact Measurement Computing at 1-800-234-4232 Ext-3 for Sales if you have additional questions.
1 week, 1 day ago
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I want to generate clock signals using it

I want to generate clock pulse. Is there any one who know this device can generate clock pulse up to which frequency? I use for loop, sequence and "wait until timer". As I decrease waiting time, frequency only can go to 60 Hz. After that, even though I reduce waiting time, the frequency keeps 60 Hz.
Job Title:: GRA
The USB-1024LS is not designed for clock pulse generation since your update rate is system dependent.
We have posted a Knowledgebase article on this topic at the following link:
http://kb.mccdaq.com/KnowledgebaseArticle50176.aspx?Keywords=USB-1024LS

My recommendation would be to use one of our USB-CTR Series devices. Both units support up to 4 PWM outputs capable of frequencies up to 48 Mhz. The specifications for the USB-CTR Series may be viewed at the below link: http://www.mccdaq.com/usb-data-acquisition/USB-CTR-Series.aspx
2 weeks, 1 day ago
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48-Channel Digital I/O Board Based on Two 82C55 Chips
 

What is the maximum source and sink current for an output bit?

I see 2.5 mA mentioned but that is barely enough to overcome the pull up resistor. Is 2.5 mA the maximum?

Thanks,
Jeff
Job Title:: Principal Engineer
Industry:: Astronomy research
Application:: telescope control
Hi Jeff - The max/min source and sink current for the PC104-DIO48 is in fact +- 2.5 mA. The board utilizes the 82C55 chip which was designed for interfacing with TTL peripheral devices. If you need additional current drive then please use the PC104-DO48H which uses discreet logic and is capable of sourcing -15 mA and sinking 64 mA.

More info on the PC104-DO48H may be found at the following link: http://www.mccdaq.com/pc104-data-acquisition/PC104-DO48H.aspx
2 weeks, 4 days ago
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24-Channel Digital I/O Board with 37-Pin D-Sub Connector
 

DO YOU HAVE SAMPLE OF VB6 CODE

MY APPLICATION HAS TO READ SCALE THRU RS232.

I WILL USE THE INTERFACE TO READ THUMWHEEL WITH BINARY OUTPUT.

THE FINAL RESULT SCALE AND THUMBLE WHEEL WILL BE SEND TO EXCEL SHEET BY SENDKEYS
Job Title:: PRESIDENT
Industry:: SALE SERVICE IN SCALE
Application:: READ I/O THRU USB PORT
Hello - The USB-DIO24/37 device utilizes the 82C55 programmable peripheral interface IC which supports up to 24 programmable TTL I/O bits (programmable in 2 groups of 8, and 2 groups of 4)

For your RS232 input, you could use our DASYLab Graphical programming language to capture your scale and thumbwheel data and send it to an Excel file. Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions.
2 weeks, 4 days ago
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16-Bit, 1 MS/s, High-Speed DAQ Device with 16 DIFF Analog Inputs and BNC Connectors
 

Mac 10.9

Job Title:: Dir. R/D
Industry:: Research
Currently our MAC OS X support is limited to our DAQFlex supported products (you can view these products here: http://www.mccdaq.com/solutions/DAQFlex-Solutions.aspx) and our USB-5104 temperature data logger (http://www.mccdaq.com/usb-data-acquisition/USB-5104.aspx) Please feel free to contact us at 1-800-234-4232 Ext-3 if you have any additional questions.
2 weeks, 4 days ago
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Battery-Powered Remote Temperature Data Logger
 

Is battery rechargeable or replaceable?

How long will battery last if unit is connected to computer regularly?
Hello - The USB-501-LT utilizes a CR1620 replaceable lithium button cell battery and the average battery life is 1 month. If a rechargeable battery is desired, please use our USB-501-RCG. For a longer life/replaceable battery, you can always use our USB-501. The USB-501 uses a replaceable lithium ½ AA battery (TEKCELL SB-AA02) and the average battery life is 1 year. The USB-500 series dataloggers are not designed for continuous connection via the USB port. The USB connection is only to be used for configuration and off loading of your data. Continuous connection to a USB port will prematurely drain your battery.
2 weeks, 5 days ago
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Can you create a driver to make USB-488 compatible with Windows Virtual PC?

We have 10 of these units in our factory and we need to upgrade our computers to Windows 7. The latest driver doesn't work. National Instruments USB-488 updated their drivers to work with Windows Virtual PC.
Job Title:: Test Engineer
Hello Albert - Our supported O/S spec for the 488 series has never included Virtual O/Ss. As a result of your posting, MCC has performed some basic testing to confirm the incompatibility. We will investigate possible support in the coming months.
2 weeks, 6 days ago
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