nanoDAQ LT Series
nanoDAQ-LTS – 16 and 32 Channel Slim Line Pressure Scanner

– 16 and 32 channel Intelligent pressure scanner module with engineering unit output.
– User selectable absolute or differential measurement
– Up to 0.03% 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
– Fully configurable over Ethernet with embedded web server.


The nanoDAQ-LTS is a new development by Chell Instruments utilising the latest technology in digital transducers.

The nanoDAQ-LTS is now available in 16 and 32 channel forms in a ultra-miniature slim-line package.

The nanoDAQ-LTS 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-LTS makes use of 17 or 33 absolute transducers which are thermally compensated and conditioned to provide 16 or 32 either absolute or 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-LTS 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-LTS also features a hardware trigger allowing the pressure acquisition to be synchronised to an external TTL pulse.

The nanoDAQ-LTS 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-LTS have a very high proof pressure which reduces the chances of in field transducer damage.