USB Interface Modules


Fylde USB interface modules convert your microAnalog 2 chassis into a complete USB data acquisition system.

The module not only handles the flow of the sampled data to the host computer, but also maintains the auto zero function for any installed transducer amplifiers.

USB technology is plug and play so your computer will automatically recognise the USB interface as a new device and install the software for it.

All systems accept a variety of plug in signal conditioning modules making them a powerful and versatile way to connect any transducer to a PC.

If you need a customised version, we are the designers and manufacturers of both the hardware and software so just contact us with your requirements and we will work with you to provide an optimised solution.

  • FE-359-USB 16 Channel

    FE-359-USB Interface Module

    2 x 8 channel 16 bit A to D converters with USB 2.0 interface. 16 x 25 kS/s.

    The module can only be fitted in a FE-MM16 chassis.


    Specification

    • Analog Inputs: 16 +/- 10 V signals from eight dual channel transducer interface modules.
    • Resolution: 16 bit.
    • Range: +/- 10 V.
    • Sampling Rate: Maximum 16 x 25 000 samples per second.
    • Offset: < +/- 5 mV.
    • Noise: < 2 mV pk-pk.
    • Crosstalk: -95 dB at 25 kS/s with 5 kHz sine wave input.
    • Gain Error: < 0.1%.
    • USB Standard: USB Specification Revision 2.0.
    • FE-357-USBM 40 Channel

      FE-357-USBM Interface Module

      The FE-357-USBM works with an external multiplexer to provide 40 channels of A to D conversion.

      This module can only be used in the FE-MM40 chassis.


      Specification

      • Analog Inputs: 40 +/- 10 V signals from twenty dual channel transducer interface modules.
      • Resolution: 16 bit.
      • Range: +/- 10 V.
      • Sampling Rate: Maximum 40 x 10 000 samples per second.
      • Offset: < +/- 5 mV.
      • Noise: < 2 mV pk-pk.
      • Crosstalk: -95 dB at 25 kS/s with 5 kHz sine wave input.
      • Gain Error: < 0.1%.
      • USB Standard: USB Specification Revision 2.0.
      • FE-356-USB 8 Channel

        FE-356-USB Interface Module

        The FE-356-USB module makes the FE-MM8 into a complete USB data acquisition system.

        The module not only handles the flow of the sampled data to the host computer, but also maintains the auto zero function for any installed transducer amplifiers.

        USB technology is plug and play so your computer will automatically recognise the FE-356-USB as a new device and install the software for it.

        8 channel 16 bit A to D converters with USB 1.1 interface. 8 x 50 kS/s.

        This module provides all the functions of the Auto Zero module and the USB interface.

        The module can only be fitted in a FE-MM8 chassis.


        Specification

        • Analog Inputs: 8 +/- 10 V signals from four dual channel transducer interface modules.
        • Resolution: 16 bit.
        • Range: +/- 10 V.
        • Sampling Rate: Maximum 8 x 50 000 samples per second.
        • Offset: < +/- 5 mV.
        • Noise: < 2 mV pk-pk.
        • Crosstalk: -95 dB at 50 kS/s with 5 kHz sine wave input.
        • Gain Error: < 0.1%.
        • USB Standard: USB Specification Revision 2.0.
        • FE-813-USB 4 Channel

          FE-356-USB Interface Module

          The FE-356-USB module makes the FE-MM8 into a complete USB data acquisition system.

          The module not only handles the flow of the sampled data to the host computer, but also maintains the auto zero function for any installed transducer amplifiers.

          USB technology is plug and play so your computer will automatically recognise the FE-356-USB as a new device and install the software for it.

          8 channel 16 bit A to D converters with USB 1.1 interface. 8 x 50 kS/s.

          This module provides all the functions of the Auto Zero module and the USB interface.

          The module can only be fitted in a FE-MM8 chassis.


          Specification

          • Analogue Inputs: Quantity: 4 signals from two dual channel transducer interface modules.
          • Operating Range: ±10 V relative to Analogue 0 V. Note that these inputs signals remain available as system analogue outputs on the 9 way D connector at the rear of the FE-MM4.
          • Function: Shunt Calibration for FE-366-TA channels.
          • Resolution: 16 bits.
          • Range: ±10 V.
          • Sampling Rate: Maximum 4 x 100 000 samples per second.
          • Offset: < ±5 mV.
          • Noise: < 2 mV pk-pk.
          • Crosstalk: -95 dB at 50 kS/s with 5k Hz sine wave input.
          • Absolute Gain Error: < 0.25 % (See Note 2).
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