Dataforth’s MAQ20-DODC20SK module has been chosen as a Finalist in the Hardware - Data Acquisition category in Control Engineering’s 2018 Engineers’ Choice Awards program. Winners and Honorable Mentions will be announced online on February 8, 2018.
Dataforth's Quality Management System “has been assessed and found complying with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015.” The certification scope covers the “design and manufacture of signal conditioning, data acquisition and data communications devices.”
The Python API employs an object-oriented approach for communicating with MAQ20 systems. As a result, users can focus on solving the measurement problems at hand and designing host software to best meet application needs.
Dataforth’s updated 2017 Full-Line Product Catalog is now online. The 326-page document provides the most up-to-date information and specifications for all Dataforth signal conditioning, data acquisition, and data communication products.
Georg Haubner has joined Dataforth as Sales & Marketing Manager, reporting directly to the CEO. This new position was created by the recent retirement of Bob Smith, VP of Sales & Marketing since Dataforth’s earliest years.
Dataforth has just added two High Density Voltage Discrete Input modules and a High Density Isolated Discrete Output Module to the powerful MAQ20 system, significantly increasing its capabilities and flexibility.
Months in the making, Dataforth’s new, updated website is dynamic, informative, and user-friendly. From details and specs on the full product line to a rich library of Application Notes, videos, and product releases, see it all at www.dataforth.com.
Dataforth maintains registration to the latest ISO9001 requirements. Currently preparations have begun for ISO9001:2015 which is required for 2018. Current registration is ISO9001:2008.
Dataforth has added two new modules to the MAQ20 Industrial Data Acquisition & Control System: the MAQ20-BRDG1 strain gage module and the MAQ20 frequency input module. All channels in both modules are individually configurable.
Dataforth has just published Application Note 129, Harmonics and Utility Costs. The objective of the 10-page document is to show how different types of harmonics in a customer’s facility affect utility-measured quantities and costs.
Dataforth has published a new 16-page Corporate Capabilities Brochure presenting an overview of the company’s full line of 1200+ data acquisition and control, signal conditioning, and data communication products including key features and specifications.
Dataforth's RMS Revisited Application Note is a 14-page document that revisits the definition of RMS, shows RMS values for various time functions, and explores RMS measurement issues including the frequency response and crest (or form) factor.
Dataforth has just published a new, updated brochure describing the high performance MAQ20 industrial data acquisition and control system. The 4-page document provides an overview of the system and all current MAQ20 modules.
Dataforth’s new MAQ20-BRDG1 strain gage module provides 4 channels of input and can interface to quarter, half, or full-bridge sensors using either a 4- or 6-wire connection. It is a versatile, compact, feature-laden product.
Dataforth’s MAQ20-DIOH discrete I/O module provides 4 isolated input channels and 4 isolated output channels in one compact 15mm wide module. It is designed to monitor high level AC and DC voltages and control equipment that uses high level AC voltage.
Dataforth’s introduction of an OPC Server for the MAQ®20 Industrial Data Acquisition & Control System ensures data collection and analysis using the MAQ20 is now significantly broader-based and easier to use.
Dataforth Corporation has just published two revised and updated MAQ20 Industrial Data Acquisition & Control documents: a 4-page system overview brochure and the detailed 32-page 2015 MAQ20 Product Catalog.
Dataforth’s MAQ20® Industrial Data Acquisition & Control System features an analog resistance input module that interfaces to 3 types of 3-wire sensors and is designed to provide outstanding channel protection.
Dataforth's accessory MAQ20 Load Share Power Supply Module can provide the additional power when I/O modules in the MAQ20 System require power supplies that exceed the power output of the Communications module.
As a result of the advanced method of Cold Junction Compensation (CJC) used in Dataforth Corporation’s MAQ20 thermocouple modules, the accuracy of these modules is significantly better than that offered by competing models.
Dataforth’s new 308-page 2014 Full-Line Product Catalog provides the most up-to-date information for all Dataforth signal conditioning, data acquisition, and data communication products, including specifications, block diagrams, and ordering information.
The new 32-page MAQ®20 Industrial Data Acquisition & Control System 2014 Product Catalog provides an overview of the system along with detailed descriptions, block diagrams, specifications, and ordering information for each of the module types.
Dataforth's new 16-page Corporate Capabilities Brochure presents an overview of the company’s full line of 1200+ data acquisition and control, signal conditioning, and data communication products. It also includes their key features and specifications.
The brochure provides specifications for all current and in-development modules for Dataforth's MAQ®20 data acquisition and control system. It also describes the PID loop controller and the IPEmotion and ReDAQ® Shape software offered with the system.
The advanced, powerful, intuitive, and user-friendly IPEmotion data acquisition/test and measurement software provides synchronized data acquisition, comes in 7 languages, and is designed specifically for rugged industrial and R&D applications.
Dataforth has just expanded into a second building, adding 17,000 square feet to the 12,000 square feet at its headquarters location. The new facility houses all manufacturing and test operations, as well as the warehouse, shipping and receiving.
The 8B43 input module interfaces to DC linear voltage displacement transducers (LVDT) and is the latest addition to Dataforth's extensive line of miniature 8B signal conditioners. The 8B43 family includes 10 different modules.
Despite the decision by National Instruments to "obsolete" 5B modules in September 2012, Dataforth will continue to manufacture their entire 5B family of 250+ different signal conditioning modules in Tucson, AZ.
Dataforth's MAQ20 is a high performance, flexible system that offers the lowest cost per channel and is ideal for factory, process, and machine automation; military and aerospace, power and energy, oil and gas, and environmental monitoring applications.
Dataforth’s new, updated website is dynamic, informative, and user-friendly. From details and specs on the full product line to a rich library of Application Notes and the latest enewsletters and product releases, it’s all available at www.dataforth.com.
Dataforth’s ongoing growth is reflected in their new 300-page catalog which both introduces new products and provides the most up-to-date information and specifications for all signal conditioning, data acquisition, and data communication products.
The 8B isoLynx® SLX300 builds on the proven reliability and outstanding performance of the SCM5B isoLynx® SLX200 and miniature-sized SensorLex® 8B isolated SCMs to provide a compact, low cost solution for wide ranging rugged industrial applications.
The new family of compact DSCP signal converters includes seven different models, each housed in an ultra-slim 6.2mm case. Their compact size makes them ideal for test/measurement, data acquisition, and control system applications where space is limited.
Designed for measuring True RMS values of input signals, each 8B33 module accepts a single channel of AC input which is converted to its True RMS DC value, then filtered, isolated, amplified, and converted to standard process voltage or current output.
Enhancements to the SCM5B48 isolated, field-configurable accelerometer include accuracy of 0.2% across all gain and excitation settings and output noise of only 200µVrms. It is ideal for aircraft/aerospace R&D and automotive noise reduction applications.
Celebrating 25 years of excellence in the design and manufacture of Instrument Class® Industrial Electronics, Dataforth Corporation has released a new catalog on its full line of signal conditioning, data acquisition, and data communication products.
The new 8BP01 single channel DIN rail mounting accessory, designed for SensorLex® 8B isolated analog signal conditioners, is offered in 5VDC and 7-34VDC versions. It can be mounted on any standard DIN rail and is ideal for high-density installations.
The enhanced ReDAQ™ software package provides an integrated solution for test and measurement and data acquisition applications when combined with one or more SCM5B isoLynx® SLX200 data acquisition hardware systems.
Designed to measure True RMS values of input signals, each 8B33 provides a single channel of AC input that is converted to True RMS DC value. Standard operation is with frequencies of 45-1000Hz (extended range to 10kHz); performance is Instrument Class®.
ReDAQ™ software complements Dataforth’s isoLynx® SLX200 data acquisition hardware system. Combined with the SLX200, ReDAQ™ provides a SCADA solution for factory automation, process monitoring and control, and many test and measurement applications.
Designed specifically to provide isolation for non-isolated 2-wire transmitters, the SensorLex® 8B42 2-wire transmitter interface modules are the latest addition to Dataforth's wide-ranging family of miniature 8B isolated analog signal conditioners.
Applicable across virtually all redundant configurations, Dataforth’s SLX200-30 dual-Ethernet model provides two independent, 10Base-T Ethernet ports. Each port implements Modbus TCP protocol. Simultaneous communication with both ports is supported.
In the 2+ years since Dataforth introduced its miniature SensorLex® 8B isolated analog signal conditioners, the line has expanded to 17 family groups with a total of 102 different models. Their small size is ideal for embedded or portable applications.
Marking 23 years of excellence in the design and manufacture of Instrument Class® Industrial Electronics, Dataforth has released a new, expanded Full-Line Product Catalog. Reflecting the company's growth, the publication has grown by 40 pages since 2004.
Dataforth has introduced an enhanced version of the SCM5B48 isolated and field-configurable accelerometer input signal conditioning module. Enhancements include accuracy of 0.2% across all gain and excitation settings and output noise of only 200µVrms.
“We’ve seen a 30 percent increase in our business, in both domestic and international markets, over 2005,” said Bill McGovern, National Sales Manager. To keep pace with this success, Dataforth has increased production capacity by 50 percent.
Dataforth's new SensorLex® 8B45 isolated analog signal conditioners are frequency input modules that accept a zero-crossing or TTL level sensor output signal and provide a high-level analog voltage output.
Dataforth's newest SCM5B module - the SCM5B48 - is an isolated and field-configurable accelerometer input module that provides excitation to piezoelectric sensors with built-in microelectronic amplifiers, commonly known as ICP® or IEPE sensors.
Dataforth has introduced 8B49 voltage output modules and the 8B39-07 bipolar current output module to its SensorLex® 8B SCM family. 8B49 models can source or sink up to 20mA into or out of an isolated load; the 8B39-07 accepts up to ±10V input signals.
Dataforth has added 8B38 strain gage input modules with a choice of 3Hz or 8kHz signal bandwidth to its family of SensorLex® 8B isolated analog signal conditioners. Available models provide excitation voltage choices of 3.333V or 10.000V.
Dataforth has introduced the isoLynx® SLX718 data logger/data acquisition system. Composed of compact SLX718 units and miniature SensorLex® 8B isolated analog signal conditioners, the versatile SLX718 family offers stand-alone or PC-tethered data logging.
Dataforth announces the newest additions to its family of SensorLex® 8B isolated analog signal conditioners: the 8B34 linearized 2- or 3-wire RTD input modules, 8B35 linearized 4-wire RTD input modules, and 8B36 potentiometer input modules.
Dataforth has just introduced the 20kHz filter bandwidth 8B50/51 analog voltage input modules to its SensorLex® 8B family of isolated analog signal conditioners. The wide bandwidth of the 8B50/51 series is essential for a number of specific applications.
Dataforth's new isoLynx® SLX200 data acquisition system implements industry standard Modbus RTU and TCP protocols, thereby enabling communication with a wide variety of existing third-party software drivers and HMI/SCADA packages.
Dataforth's newest additions to its family of SensorLex® 8B isolated analog signal conditioners include 8B40/41 analog voltage input modules, which provide 1kHz bandwidth, and 8B39 current output modules, which provide 100Hz bandwidth.