USB and EtherCAT Data Acquisition Systems (DAQ Systems)
Our data acquisition systems are versatile, modular, easy to use and can work with any sensor with the highest precision imaginable. Input channel configurations are flexible and the input channel count can vary from 1 to 1000's of channels. Our measurement systems are flexible and can grow with you at any time in your measurement process.
With the power of the award-winning Dewesoft X data acquisition software, you will take your test and measurement experience to another level. The DAQ software is included for free and all future upgrades are free forever with no hidden costs.
This demonstration video shows why Dewesoft data acquisition systems are so versatile and easy to use:
If you need to record analog signals or digital signals our measurement devices will be perfect for the task. Dewesoft DAQ systems offer several configurations. Stand-alone DAQ systems or connected via the USB or EtherCAT data port to any Windows-based PC.
They will allow you to record the electrical signals and process the data. The devices that support EtherCAT protocol can also be connected to any 3rd party EtherCAT master.
Learn more about data acquisition:
What is data acquisition - DAQ or DAS?
Dewesoft data acquisition technology explained
How to choose the right DAQ system for your measurement application
Data acquisition history - from strip chart recorder to modern digital DAQ system
What Is signal conditioning or signal conditioner?
What Is the ADC converter (analog-to-digital converter)?
Types of A/D converters
Electrical galvanic isolation of data acquisition systems
What is a sensor and what do they do?
What is a data logger?
What is the difference between a data logger and a DAQ system?
What is TEDS sensor technology IEEE 1451.4?
What is EtherCAT and how does it work?
What is CAN bus and how it compares to other vehicle data networks?
Learn more about signal measurement:
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How to measure temperature with RTD sensors?
Voltage measurement in data acquisition applications
How to measure current using current sensors?
Measure shock and vibration using accelerometer sensors
Measure strain and pressure with strain gage sensors
Measure weight with load cell sensors
Measure RPM, angle, and speed using a digital, encoder, and counter sensors
Measuring position and displacement with LVDT sensors