Nowadays, many applications call for comprehensive, many times simultaneously, monitoring and control of real-world signals (temperatures, frequencies, weights, strain, voltages, currents, etc.), either nearby or remotely.
Modern, network enabled, Data Acquisition (DAQ) systems are used to convert those real-world data points into actionable data sets which can be processed by a larger computer system.
For example, high channel count temperature measurement applications require a DAQ system that can handle a high number of channels simultaneously, many of them requiring high channel-to-channel or field-to-bus isolation, especially in harsh environments, for maintaining excellent signal integrity.
Other applications require highly accurate measurements of, for example, position monitoring of buildings or bridges to prevent or minimize major damages to the monitored object or human life.
This presentation covers multiple examples using the MAQ®20 Data Acquisition system to provide potential solutions in applications such as but not limited to high channel count temperature measurements, highly accurate sensing measurements, remote system health monitoring, and other industrial applications.
The MAQ20 displays impressive performance and system versatility across a wide temperature range. Join this webinar to learn how these unique features can help you with your data acquisition challenges.
- Learn why modern Data Acquisition Systems offer remote connectivity
- Understand how specific
modules apply to specific applications/measure
- See examples of real world use cases and how they could be applied to other industry segments
- Learn how MAQ®20 can simplify your data acquisition implementation
- Understand the comprehensive offering and what MAQ®20 DAQ Eco-System can do for you
Georg Haubner, who holds an MSEE from the University of Applied Sciences, Munich, Germany, and an MBA from the University of Arizona, joined Dataforth in 2017. Before joining the Company, he held product line management, marketing, and business development positions with Rain Bird, Cirrus Logic, National Semiconductor, and Texas Instruments in the US and Germany. He is a long-time member of Rotary International, a Paul-Harris-Fellow, and belongs to the Rotary Club of Tucson Sunrise.
John Lehman has a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Arizona in Tucson and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Arizona. During his employment at Dataforth since 1989, Mr. Lehman has been involved in the design and manufacture of all Dataforth products with emphasis on high performance signal conditioning products. Mr. Lehman has written articles on signal conditioning theory and practice which have been published in various trade magazines.