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An extremely small pressure-scanning device

By Mary Page Bailey |

Chell

The new nanoDAQ-LTC-16 (photo) is said to be the smallest intelligent pressure scanner currently on the market. Designed for applications where small size and light weight are a priority, the LTC retains all the features and performance of its contemporaries. Fully configurable, the nanoDAQ-LTC-16 will output pressure data in engineering units and makes use of 16 absolute transducers, which are thermally compensated and conditioned. Its size and rugged construction mean that the pressure scanner is suitable for use in harsh environments. Reconfiguration of the port outlets allows measurements to be made more conveniently in tight spaces. — Chell Instruments Ltd., Norfolk, U.K.

www.chell.co.uk

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