Cepoint Networks unveils portable multi-I/O data acquisition system

NASHUA, N.H., 24 Sept. 2011. Engineers at Cepoint Networks in Nashua, N.H., have introduced the company’s TransPAC-6300 rugged, transportable, data-acquisition computer with multiple input/output (I/O) options. The system, built and customizable for data acquisition in hostile or harsh environments, is available with up to 16 SE or 8 differential channels at 12/16-bit resolution, upgradeable to 128 channels and a wide gain range. The System is crafted with field-expandable PCI, PCI express, or legacy ISA BUS slots. Storage capacity extends up to 12 terabytes. Removable drive modules also are available.

Sep 24th, 2011

Posted by Courtney E. Howard

NASHUA, N.H., 24 Sept. 2011. Engineers at Cepoint Networks in Nashua, N.H., have introduced the company’s TransPAC-6300 rugged, transportable, data-acquisition computer with multiple input/output (I/O) options. The system, built and customizable for data acquisition in hostile or harsh environments, is available with up to 16 SE or 8 differential channels at 12/16-bit resolution, upgradeable to 128 channels and a wide gain range. The System is crafted with field-expandable PCI, PCI express, or legacy ISA BUS slots. Storage capacity extends up to 12 terabytes. Removable drive modules also are available.

TransPAC-6300 boasts self-calibrating features, making it well suited for vibration, pressure, and strain measurements, analog stimulus response, and acoustical testing. Customizable applications include: image acquisition and analysis, on-the-move radar acquisition and analysis, video conferencing, homeland security, and surveillance applications requiring transportability. The system also is well suited for use as an audio analysis, production testing, burn-in testing, QA/QC, lab, or factory mobile test unit system.

TransPAC-6300’s open architecture and expandable I/O slots are applicable for changing or growing test and measurements needs, spectrum analysis, and military PC-based systems for field use under different mission requirements.

The new system boasts a 3-gigahertz Intel processor, 24-gigabit memory capacity, a 15- or 17-inch TFT LCD, and Flash solid-state disk. TransPAC-6300 is also configurable with up to 256-bit DES encryption and decryption security, 24 volts DC or 48 volts DC power supply, and a wireless data modem capable of a 40-mile range in the 900-megahertz ISM band.

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