USB-2001-TC – Single-Channel Thermocouple Measurement Device

USB-2001-TC – Single-Channel Thermocouple Measurement Device

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  • Descrição
  • Informação adicional
  • Software
  • Overview
  • Specifications
  • Included/Optional Software

Descrição

Key Highlights

One thermocouple input

20-bit resolution

Accepts standard mini-plug

Accessory thermocouples available

Conversion time: 250 ms

Integrated cold junction compensation (CJC)

Supports J, K, R, S, T, N, E, and B type thermocouples

Informação adicional

Modelos

USB-2001-TC

Support for DAQami, easy-to-use advanced data logging application to acquire,
view, and log data

TracerDAQ® for acquiring and displaying data and generating signals

Universal Library includes support for Visual Studio® and Visual Studio® .NET,
including examples for Visual C++®, Visual C#®, Visual Basic®, and Visual Basic® .NET

DASYLab® and NI LabVIEW™ drivers

Linux® open-source drivers

InstaCal™ software utility for installing, configuration, and testing

Supported Operating Systems: Windows® 8/7/Vista®/XP, 32-bit or 64-bit; Linux®

Summary
The USB-2001-TC is a single-channel 20-bit, thermocouple DAQ device. The device measures temperatures in the ranges defined by NIST J, K, R, S, T, N, E, and B thermocouple types. It has a 250 ms conversion time, and features integrated cold junction compensation.
Analog Input
Number of Channels: 1 SE
Transducer
Transducer Type: Thermocouple
Measurement Type
Measurement Type: Temperature
Interface List
Interface: USB
TracerDAQ® TracerDAQ® is an out-of-the-box application that allows data to be generated, acquired, analyzed, displayed and exported within seconds of installing Measurement Computing data acquisition hardware. TracerDAQ offers four different data acquisition applications; a Strip Chart, an Oscilloscope, a Function Generator and a Rate Generator, all of which are accessed via a common, easy-to-use menu page.
Universal Library Universal Library programming libraries for Windows® Visual Studio® programming languages, and others. A complete function library to simplify the configuration and operation of your measurement board. A single, universal set of functions operates all our products so you only have to learn to use our library once.
ULx for NI LabVIEW™ ULx for NI LabVIEW™ Advanced Driver for use with NI LabVIEW™ 2010-2015. Allows quick development of instrumentation, acquisition, and control applications with Measurement Computing hardware devices
Optional Software
DAQami™ v2.1 DAQami™ v2.1 gives users an easy-to-use drag-and-drop interface that makes acquiring, viewing, and logging data a quick and simple task. Users simply select a supported device, configure device channels and other options, and then select one or more displays to plot the data. When a DAQami acquisition is run, the program acquires and logs data from the selected channels, and plots the data on the displays for viewing.
DASYLab® Software DASYLab® Software lets you interactively develop PC-based data acquisition applications by simply attaching functional icons. DASYLab offers real-time analysis, control, and the ability to create custom graphical user interfaces (GUIs). What’s more, in contrast to other graphical programming environments, which can require weeks of training to master, DASYLab has a very short user-learning curve. Many applications can be configured in a few minutes, rather than days or weeks.
Linux® Support for MCC DAQ Products Linux® Support for MCC DAQ Products Many MCC products are supported under open-source Linux drivers. MCC works closely with the developer to provide professional driver support for many devices including most USB and PCI hardware.
TracerDAQ® Pro TracerDAQ® Pro provides four virtual instrument applications used to graphically display and store input data – and generate output signals – within minutes of installing Measurement Computing data acquisition hardware. The applications allow the user to customize appearance, store configurations for future use, save data to a file for export and – with the use of interactive hotspots – change settings while the application is running.