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New Low-Cost Temperature DAQ Module from Data Translation

Data Translation, Inc., an industry leader in data acquisition, today announced the release of the DT9828 low-cost USB-powered module for temperature and voltage measurements. The DT9828 is first in a series of Peerless modules from Data Translation incorporating years of temperature measurement expertise.

The DT9828, new low-cost temperature DAQ module from Data Translation, sets accuracy benchmark for t ...

The DT9828, new low-cost temperature DAQ module from Data Translation, sets accuracy benchmark for thermocouple measurements. (Photo: Business Wire)

The DT9828 offers eight differential analog inputs for thermocouple and voltage measurements and eight isolated digital I/O (4 in/4 out). The DT9828 provides up to 600 S/s sampling, ideal for low speed signals common to temperature applications. The DT9828 features a 24-bit ADC with an input range of ±156 mV, plus ±500 V galvanic isolation to provide exceptional accuracy and noise performance.

QuickDAQ 2013, ready-to-measure application software, is included with the DT9828 and allows you to acquire, analyze, and display data. Additionally, all Data Translation devices include comprehensive driver and software support, and interface tools for LabVIEW™ and MATLAB® programmers.

Pricing and Availability
The DT9828 is priced at $599 USD* and will be available in February.

Additional Resources
Readers can learn more about the DT9828 by visiting:
http://www.datatranslation.com/products/dataacquisition/usb/DT9828/.

Click here for a press image of the DT9828.

About Data Translation

Data Translation Inc. (www.datatranslation.com) is a leading designer and manufacturer of high performance USB and Ethernet (LXI) data acquisition (DAQ) modules for temperature, voltage, strain, and vibration measurement and analysis solutions for the test and measurement market. In-house manufacturing in the company headquarters located in Marlboro, MA ensures complete quality control on all products. Additionally, 5-day standard delivery is guaranteed on most shipments, along with free comprehensive technical support.

*All prices subject to change

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