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Two Channel 200 MS/s 14-Bit PCI Express Digitizer
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A PCI Express digitizer offers high sampling rates and onboard signal averaging for long-term, high-speed data recording. The PCIe-9852 from Adlink Technology features two simultaneously sampled 200 MS/s input channels with 14-bit resolution, 90 MHz bandwidth, and up to 1 Gbyte DDR3 onboard memory. Highly accurate measurement, up to 800 Mbyte/s data streaming and onboard signal-averaging technology combine to make the PCIe-9852 suitable for long-term, high-speed data recording applications such as distributed temperature sensing, radar signal testing and atmospheric science research.
The PCIe-9852 provides 14-bit high resolution ADC and up to 200 MS/s sampling, delivering 83 dB SFDR, 62 dB SNR and -81 dB THD, leading the field in high dynamic performance. The PCIe-9852 provides a flexible set of input ranges, ±0.2V, ±2V, or ±10V, software selectable 50Ω or 1 MΩ input impedance, and a wide variety of triggering options and tight synchronization capability, all maximizing convenience of use.
Based on Gen 2 PCI Express technology, the PCIe-9852 streams data on both channels at maximum data rate (200 MS/s), enabling continuous delivery to the host PC at rates up to 800 Mbyte/s, and a complementary 8 x 500 Gbyte driver RAID system (4 Tbyte) further extends capture sessions beyond one hour. The PCIe-9852 combines high-bandwidth, dual-channel, simultaneous data streaming with built-in memory up to 1 Gbyte for massive data storage.
The PCIe-9852 is equipped with onboard Signal Averaging Technology, allowing detection of small repetitive signals in noisy environments, with no CPU loading, suitable for applications requiring extraction of small signals from background noise as occurs in DTS. Adlink PCIe-9852 supports multiple operating systems, including Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP and Linux, and is fully compatible with third-party software such as LabView and Matlab. Users can simply complete the programming through Adlink DAQPilot software development kit.
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