HBM's DAQ system – the Somat eDAQXR – offers highly rugged mobile solution

30 October 2018

From HBM: the Somat eDAQXR data acquisition system

HBM have announced the Somat eDAQXR: their next-generation data acquisition system that has been developed for use in harsh environments, including those related to military and vehicular applications.

Suitable for conducting tests in any number of applications, including agriculture, construction, mining, automotive, recreational vehicles and military, the Somat eDAQXR is the ideal choice for both new customers looking for a rugged data acquisition system, and existing customers looking to preserve current systems.

With a significantly smaller footprint than its eDAQ predecessor, this powerful processor offers a wider operating temperature range of -40 to 80°C, and a lower operating power requirement of 8 to 36V.

The eDAQXR is a layered data acquisition system with the ability to connect to remote SomatXR signal conditioning modules. This makes it a centralised or distributed system able to meet any test requirements.

Featuring on-board memory, tests can be performed without the need to connect a PC, and with its robust Linux operating system and built-in internal backup power, the system is capable of running either a one-hour attended test or one month cross country test. Data just needs to be uploaded to a PC for analysis when the test is complete.

Tested to MIL – STD202G, the eDAQXR is completely sealed to meet IP67/IP65 environmental standards and has been designed to withstand vibrations of 20G, and shock up to 75G.

As the eDAQXR platform evolves, customers can mix their current DAQ signal conditioning layers, with new eDAQXR signal conditioning layers, and also combine these with remote modules from the SomatXR platform – and maintain synchronisation across all channels.

With the ability to log CAN, video, temperatures, accelerations, strain gauges, and so on, the eDAQXR from HBM can collect up to hundreds of channels simultaneously, even in the harshest of environments.

For further information, visit www.hbm.com.


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