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Test Equipment Connection Announces Availability of New Graphtec GL7000 Modular Type Data Acquisition Unit and Modules

February 8, 2013

The GL7000 platform is enabled to measure the selected signal on demand with the selected number of channels and time interval by introducing 4 types of modules (Voltage, High Speed Voltage, Voltage/ Temperature, and Logic/ Pulse Modules).

(PRWEB) February 08, 2013

Test Equipment Connection announces the availability of the new Graphtec GL7000 Modular Type Data Acquisition Units and modules, beginning Feb. 7.

The GL7000 platform is enabled to measure the selected signal on demand with the selected number of channels and time interval by introducing 4 types of modules (Voltage, High Speed Voltage, Voltage/ Temperature, and Logic/ Pulse Modules).

The High Voltage Module GL7-HV, DC Strain Module GL7-DCB, Charge Module GL7-CHA have been added to the module line up. Graphtec provides a total solution using a variety of modules which enable measurements from R&D to the production line.

The Graphtec America GL7000 Main Unit includes 10 channel alarm output, 2GB on-board flash memory, an SD card slot, and an Ethernet/USB PC Interface to measure the selected signal on demand with the selected number of channels and time interval.

The modular system allows for expansion of measurements and channels. A wide variety of measurements can be supported by the amplifier module. Measurements for different applications can be also added to the amplifier module. It is also possible to mix measurements by adding different types of modules.

The amplifier can be attached to up to 10 modules for multi-channel measurements, with up to 112 channels on one GL7000. The GL7000 maintains sampling speed even if the number of amplifier modules are increased. Voltage and Volt/Temp amplifiers can maintain high-speed and multi-channel measurements without dropping the sampling speed, even if the number of modules are increased.

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