– 16 and channel rugged industrial pressure scanner.
– Up to 0.04% FS accuracy output.
– Integrated SQDC quick disconnect interface.
– Complete with IEEE 1588 PTPv2 time stamping
– Thermally compensated from -40 to 100oC.
– Integrated software controlled heater.
– Output over Ethernet (100Mbit TCP / UDP) and CAN.
– Rugged enclosure for on-vehicle applications. Sealed to IP67.
– Fully configurable over Ethernet with embedded web server.
The Q-DAQ is a revolutionary pressure scanner development which builds on our experience of producing high performance pressure scanners and rugged quick disconnects (SQDC’s).
The Q-DAQ combines the technology of the pressure scanner and the SQDC quick disconnect into one miniature unit. This reduces the complexity of measurement systems by being able to place the sensing element close to the measurement point.
The Q-DAQ has been developed to both provide low-uncertainty measurements and an extremely rugged package to suit the environments in which these measurements are typically made in.
The Q-DAQ is thermally compensated from -40 to 100oC and it should be noted that the accuracy specifications include any thermal effects across the entire temperature range. It also features an in-built heater to extend the temperature range further to -55 to 100oC.
The Q-DAQ contains 16 precision absolute sensors which are coupled with the acquisition electronics to provide a configurable Ethernet interface.
Using the embedded web-server, the Q-DAQ can be configured to output absolute or differential pressures relative to one of the 16 ports (user selectable).
The Q-DAQ features a hardware implementation of the IEEE 1588 PTPv2 time stamping protocol which allows the pressure data to be time stamped to a resolution of 1μSecond.
The integrated SQDC interface gives the user to option of using flexible or solid tubing of various sizes. The quick disconnect aspect enables the Q-DAQ to be added and removed from the measurement system easily.
To further simplify integration, the Q-DAQ is equipped with Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) using an industry standard M12 connector.