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adc212

Postby htku » Wed May 14, 2003 9:38 am

hello
we are interested of using adc212/3 to acquire data of following
like
1)vibration of automotive engine, pls advise sensor which suitable
2)noise of car engine in Db unit
3)simple way to connect to temperature measurement ..converter pls recommend .preferable K type termocouple
it will appreacited if brief how to interface to adc212 :o

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Postby markspencer » Thu May 15, 2003 7:52 am

Hi,

Unfortunately, we do not produce the sensors that you require to measure vibration or noise. You will have to source these from a third party, such as rs or farnell:
www.rswww.com
www.farnell.com

To measure temperature you will need a signal conditioner that can use k type thermocouples... but again we are unable to provide this signal conditioner.

Instead of using the ADC212-3, you might consider using our TC-08 which is specifically designed for this purpose. This unit uses Picolog software and is a datalogger, which can measure temperatures in the range -270 deg C to +1800 deg C depending on the thermocouple type used.

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Re: adc212

Postby Guest » Tue Aug 19, 2003 7:17 am

hi
i having Adc 212/3 use for continue logging data,kindly advise the power in watt require to run the unit especial main supply is out >
htku

htku wrote:hello
we are interested of using adc212/3 to acquire data of following
like
1)vibration of automotive engine, pls advise sensor which suitable
2)noise of car engine in Db unit
3)simple way to connect to temperature measurement ..converter pls recommend .preferable K type termocouple
it will appreacited if brief how to interface to adc212 :o

wilfred
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Postby markspencer » Wed Aug 20, 2003 9:25 am

Hi,

The ADC212/3 requires approximately 3.024 watts., when both channels are in use. From a 12 volt supply.

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