A data recorder is a device capable of capturing electrical or physical quantities, simultaneously or sequentially on a greater or lesser number of channels, for periods ranging from a few milliseconds to several months. The data are usually automatically recorded and saved on a hard disk for later use by visualization and analysis software.
The parameters defining a data recorder are, the number of simultaneous or sequential channels, the recording speed, the dynamic and the storage capacity, either in real time or in deferred time.
Multi-channels Data Recorder System 40MS/s, 32-Ch, 16-bitData Recorder System Scalable Recorder from 4 channels, up
1MS/s 16-bit Multi-channels data Recorder
- Data Recorder 16 differential analog input channels, 16-bit resolution
Multi-channels Data Recorder
- Data Recorder 32 differential analog input channels, 24-bit resolution
16 Bit Data Recorder
- Data Recorder Up to 20 MHz Bandwidth up to 40 MS/s per
64-ch data recorder
- Data Recorder 64 single-ended analog input channels, 16-bit resolution Sample
8-HS Data Recorder
- Data Recorder Up 5 MHz Bandwidth (16 Bit version)
High Speed Transient Recorder
- High Performance PC
- Up to 3GS/s sampling rate