Multifunction DAQ Device/ 8 single-ended analog inputs/ 16-bit resolution/ simultaneous sampling (100 kS/s max for any channel)/ 8 digital I/O/ 1 event counter/ External digital trigger input.
The USB-1608FS-Plus provides simultaneous sampling with a sample rate of 100 kS/s maximum for any one channel, and up to 400 kS/s aggregate for multiple channels. The device also features a 32-bit event counter, 8 digital I/O lines, external digital triggering, and a bidirectional clock. An OEM version is available for embedded applications. The USB-1608FS-Plus is an analog input and digital I/O data acquisition device providing the following features:
Analog Input: The USB-1608FS-Plus device has a dedicated A/D converter per analog channel for simultaneous sampling. It offers software-selectable analog input ranges for ±10 V, ±5 V, ±2 V, and ±1 V.
Digital I/O: Each of the eight digital I/O channels is individually-configurable for input or output. When configured for input, the digital I/O terminals can detect the state of any TTL-level input. The digital I/O channels are high-drive (24 mA) connections.
External Clock I/O: The USB-1608FS-Plus has a bidirectional external clock terminal. When configured for input, A/D conversions can be paced by an external source. The USB-1608FS-Plus supports TTL-level input signals up to 100 kHz. When configured for output, this device can pace A/D conversions on a second device and acquire data from all input channels simultaneously.
- Eight 16-bit single-ended (SE) analog input channels Each input channel has a dedicated A/D converter for simultaneous sampling. Software-selectable analog input ranges of ±10 V, ±5 V, ±2 V, and ±1 V
- Eight individually configurable digital I/O channels
- One 32-bit event counter
- One external digital trigger input
- Bidirectional external clock for synchronous operation with more than one device.
- Screw terminals for field wiring connections
The device is powered by the +5V USB supply from the computer, requiring no external power. The USB-1608FS-Plus is compatible with both USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 ports. The speed of the device may be limited when using a USB 1.1 port due to the difference in transfer rates on the USB 1.1 versions of the protocol (low-speed and full-speed).