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Digitizer/oscilloscope card offers up to 2GSamples memory

Posted: 13 Nov 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:digitizer? PCIe card? oscilloscope?


Strategic Test Corp. has released the UF2e-3027 digitizer/oscilloscope PCI Express card that features two 100MSps and 12bit ADCs for simultaneous sampling. The card also offers up to 2GSamples of on-board memory for signal lengths of up to 10 seconds to be recorded when both channels are operating at maximum rates.

The UF2e-3027 also includes options for dual-timebase sampling, synchronous digital inputs, asynchronous digital I/O and the possibility to synchronize up to 542 channels. The card also supports

120MSps continuous streaming to host PC and has signal-to-noise ratio of 65.5dB and total harmonic distortion of -72.0dB. While standard -3dB bandwidth is at 40MHz, the wide bandwidth option of the device and can increase it to 90MHz.

Each channel has six voltage ranges from 200 mV to 10V, a programmable offset of 100 percent and input impedances of 50? or 1M?, allowing each channel to be individually configured for the signal source.

Like all UltraFast boards, the UF2e-3027 scope card can be customized with hardware options to best match the application. On-board memory can support 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024 or 2048 MSamples. It also has memory segmentation for multiple recording and an output clock controlled by external TTL signal for gated sampling.

Drivers and programming examples for Microsoft Windows Vista, XP64, XP and Linux (RedHat, Fedora, SuSe, Sarge) are supplied with the card, as well as the SBench 5.3 oscilloscope program. Software developmet kits for MATLAB, LabVIEW, Agilent-VEE, DASYLab and LabWindows/CVI are available as options.

Prices start at $7390 with volume/OEM discounts available.

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