Advanced BEDO DAQ System
(EC110)
  • 5 analog inputs
  • 2 analog voltage inputs A and B on 4-mm safety sockets (electrically isolated)
    • Resolution: 12 bits
    • Measuring ranges: ±0.1/±0.3/±1/±3/±10/±30/±100/±250 V
    • Measurement error: ±1% plus 0.5% of range end value
    • Input resistance: 1 MΩ
    • Scanning rate: up to 1 MHz per input
    • Amount of measured values: nearly unlimited (dependent on PC) up to 10,000 values/s, at a higher measuring rate max. 200,000 values
    • Pre-trigger: up to 50,000 values per input
  • 1 analog current input A on 4-mm safety sockets (alternatively to voltage input A)
    • Measuring ranges: ±0.03/±0.1/±0.3/±1/±3 A
    • Measurement error: voltage error plus 1%
    • Input resistance: < 0.5 Ω
    • Scanning rate: up to 1 MHz per input
    • See voltage inputs for further data
  • 2 analog inputs at sensor box connector sites A and B (sensor boxes and sensors can be connected)
    • Measuring ranges: ±0.003/±0.01/±0.03/±0.1/±0.3/±1 V
    • Input resistance: 10 kΩ
    • Scanning rate: up to 500 kHz per input
    • See voltage inputs for further data
    • The technical data will change depending on a connected sensor box. In this case CASSY Lab 2 automatically detects the possible measurement quantities and ranges when a sensor box is attached.
  • 4 timer inputs
    • 32-bit counters at sensor box sites A and B (e.g. for GM box, timer box or Timer S) Countin g frequency: max. 1 MHz
    • Time resolution: 20 ns
  • 5 LED status indicators for analog inputs and USB-port
    • Colors: red and green, according to status
    • Light intensity: adjustable
  • 1 change-over relay
    • (switching indication via LED)
    • Range: max. 250 V/2 A
  • 1 analog output
    • (LED switching state indicator, e.g. for holding magnet or supplying experiment)
    • Variable voltage range: max. 16 V/200 mA (load ≥ 80Ω)
  • 12 digital inputs
    • (TTL) on sensor box sites A and B (at present only used for automatic sensor box detection) 6 digital outputs
    • (TTL) on sensor box sites A and B (at present only used for automatic switching of a sensor box measuring range)
  • 1 USB port for connection to a computer
  • 1 CASSY bus for connecting additional CASSY modules
  • Advanced BEDO DAQ System (EC110)
  • Hard copy user manual

Laboratory PC

Advanced BEDO-DACI presents a comprehensive solution for data acquisition, catering to a wide range of application needs. With support for up to 32 single-ended or 16 differential analog inputs, along with up to 8 single-ended analog outputs and an ample provision of up to 67 digital I/O lines, it ensures versatile connectivity and efficient data collection capabilities. Furthermore, BEDO-DAQ excels in precise temperature sensing and measurement tasks. Its LabVIEW-based software package streamlines the process of configuration, data acquisition, and analysis, offering an intuitive user experience. Additionally, its dual-mode operation allows users to seamlessly adapt to specific application requirements, enhancing flexibility and usability for various data acquisition tasks.

  • This device is designed to record measurement data and can be connected to a computer, another module, or a display via the USB port.
  • It supports cascading, allowing sensor modules and power modules to be combined in a series.
  • It offers 3-fold electrical isolation, with 4- mm inputs A and B and a relay R.
  • Measurement can be performed simultaneously at the 4-mm inputs and sensor box connector sites, providing 4 channels.
  • The device supports cascading of up to 8 modules to expand inputs and outputs.
  • Additional sensor boxes can be added to provide up to 8 analog inputs.
  • It features automatic sensor box detection for easy plug and play functionality.
  • The device is microprocessor-controlled and has an operating system that can be easily updated via software for function enhancements.
  • It can be used as a bench-top, console, or demonstration unit and is compatible with CPS/TPS panel frames.
  • The voltage supply is 12 V AC/DC, which can be connected via a cannon plug or an adjacent module.
  • Developer information, LabVIEW, and MATLAB drivers are available through the manufacturer's internet homepage.