4-Channel High Speed, Strain Gage Input Board
8-channel, 18-bit, 1 kS/s per channel, strain gage input board
12-Channel, fully isolated RTD/resistance measurement board
8-Channel Strain gage Simulator Board
The DNx-AO-358 are 8 channel, strain gage simulators designed for use in UEI's popular Cube and RACKtangle chassis respectively. The boards are based on actual variable resistors and will precisely duplicate the behavior of the gages simulated.
The boards are an ideal solution for simulator applications where an on-board system device is expecting an strain gage as an input. The boards are also an excellent solution for testing and diagnosing errors in a variety of strain gage based systems.
The boards support simulation of full, half and quarter bridge gages and are available in standard 120, 350 and 1 kOhm configurations. Other resistance values are available on a special order basis. The DNx-AO-358 series is compatible with both DC and AC excitations and offers AC throughput bandwidth greater than 250 kHz.
All connections are made through a convenient 62-pin D connector ensuring OEMs will have no problems obtaining mating cables or connectors. Users may also connect the DNx-AO-358 boards to our popular DNA-STP-62 screw terminal panel via the DNA-CBL-62 cable. The cables are fully shielded and are available in 2.5, 10, and 20 foot lengths.
UEI produces several high speed multichannel input boards for measuring strain gauge quickly, accurately and flexibly. In this video we demonstrate the capabilities of the UEI DNR-AI-224 board and how easy it is to get started.
Looking for more information, you can download a data sheet on the DNA/DNR-AI-224 at: http://www.ueidaq.com/media/ca...
For a higher density strain gauge board, you can download the data sheet for the DNA/DNR-AI-208:
For more information about strain gauges and measuring strain please download a copy of our “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Data Acquisition” handbook:
UEI's strain gage / gauge boards (layers) are designed for direct measurement of full-, half- and quarter-bridge strain gages, load cells, force sensors, torque sensors as well as any other full-bridge circuitry-based sensors.