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This data-acquisition system has three new amplifier modules

By Mary Page Bailey |

HBM, Inc

HBM, Inc

This company has introduced three new amplifier modules for its SomatXR Data Acquisition System. The new amplifier modules are especially suitable for taking measurements under very harsh operating conditions, making SomatXR systems suitable for drive and durability testing of machinery used in construction, manufacturing, agriculture or mining applications. All three modules are rated to be dust-tight and water-tight, and have an extended operating temperature range of –40 to 176°F, while also meeting stringent tolerance requirements for shock and vibration. The SomatXR data-acquisition mainframe can perform a broad range of onboard data processing, including custom computed channels, triggers, gates and Boolean expressions. — HBM, Inc., Marlborough, Mass.

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