– 16 and 32 channel Intelligent pressure scanner module with engineering unit output.
– User selectable absolute or differential measurement
– Up to 0.04% FS accuracy output.
– Complete with IEEE 1588 PTPv2 time stamping.
– Thermally compensated from -40 to 90oC
– Output over Ethernet (100Mbit TCP / UDP) and CAN.
– Rugged enclosure for on-vehicle applications. Sealed to IP67. Fitted with 8STA connector.
– Fully configurable over Ethernet with embedded web server.
The nanoDAQ-LTR is a new development by Chell Instruments utilising the latest technology in digital transducers. The nanoDAQ-LTR is now available in 16 and 32 channel slim-line package featuring the Souriau 8STA connector making it suitable for motor sport applications.
The nanoDAQ-LTR is a fully configurable smart pressure scanner that will output pressure data in engineering units over Ethernet and CAN. The data output over all interfaces is identical to the nanoDAQ-LTS’s sister products; the nanoDAQ and the microDAQ.
The nanoDAQ-LTR makes use of 17 or 33 absolute transducers which are thermally compensated and conditioned to provide 16/32 either absolute measurements or 16/32 differential measurements relative to one reference port.
The user can select a number of operating parameters using the embedded web server. These include; absolute or differential, TCP and UDP setup, data averaging and units, CAN setup and time stamp configuration.
The nanoDAQ-LTR 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 nanoDAQ-LTR also features a hardware trigger allowing the pressure acquisition to be synchronised to an external TTL pulse.
The nanoDAQ-LTR is contained within a miniature package which is sealed to IP67 enabling it to be used in harsh environments. It is also available with alternative packaging to suit particular applications – please contact Chell for more details.
The transducers within the nanoDAQ-LTR have a very high proof pressure (50psig, 64.5 psia) which reduces the chances of in-field transducer damage.