Mouser Electronics, Inc., the authorised global distributor with the newest semiconductors and electronic components,announces a global distribution agreement with MonoDAQ. Through the agreement, Mouser is now offering MonoDAQ data acquisition products, which allow engineers to focus on analysing and interpreting data. The MonoDAQ product line available from Mouser Electronics includes four data acquisition solutions comprising data acquisition hardware and powerful, easy-to-use, award-winning DEWESoft data acquisition software.
The MonoDAQ-U-X data acquisition tool is designed to help engineers with daily measurement tasks, serving as any of several discrete tools, such as a strain gauge amplifier, thermocouple interface, and voltage input, with a click of a button. The tool provides eight voltage inputs, four thermocouple inputs, full bridge strain gauge amplifier, power measurement and eight digital input/output (IO) pins.
The MonoDAQ-E-ACC is a single-channel signal conditioner with a high-precision isolated front end and an EtherCAT bus on the back side. Designed for use with integrated electronics piezoelectric (IEPE) sensors, the device incorporates a 24-bit analog-to-digital-converter (ADC) with a maximum sample rate of 40 kilosamples per second and features a noise floor of minus 100 dB with 100 dB spurious-free dynamic range. MonoDAQ-E-ACC is specifically designed to serve the machine condition monitoring market.
The MonoDAQ-E-STG is a single-channel strain gauge amplifier with internal quarter-, half-, and full-bridge configurations. The programmable, low-noise device allows engineers to set the input voltage from 50 V to 100 mV and current source excitation up to 22 mA. The MonoDAQ-E-gMeter is an all-in-one sensor and data acquisition device with an embedded triaxial MEMS accelerometer, ADC, and EtherCAT interface based on the MonoDAQ EtherCAT Platform. It is specifically designed to serve the structural health monitoring market. All MonoDAQ-E devices transmit power and signal over the same cable, allowing them to be distributed all over a structure or factory that requires monitoring.