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Get Connected with ADLINK USB DAQ!

ADLINK's new release of multifunctional USB DAQ modules provides convenient and accurate USB-powered data acquisition at a competitive price. With built-in signal conditioning, the USB-powered Plug and Play USB DAQ modules deliver easy connection and accurate results for both portable measurement and machine automation applications. ADLINK USB DAQ modules enable direct measurement of most frequently applied signal sources, reducing manpower requirements and associated development costs, while increasing overall accuracy.

ADLINK Technology, Inc., a leading global provider of trusted testing and measurement products, announces the release of its USB-1900 Series and USB-2401 USB DAQ modules. As well as performing basic voltage measurement, the ADLINK USB DAQ module also features built-in signal conditioning, directly receiving and registering measurement from most commonly used sensors with no extra signal processing required, for performance equaling or exceeding that of ADLINK PCI/PCIe DAQ cards.

"ADLINK, having already developed and released over one hundred DAQ and DIO modules to the market, is pleased to leverage our accrued analog design expertise into the new USB DAQ modules." Catherine Wu, Director of ADLINK's Measurement and Automation Product Segment said. "ADLINK USB DAQ modules provide comprehensive advantages and a cost-effective option. Our combined features make them not only ideal for users requiring portable measurement in basic research and data monitoring scenarios, but also for machine automation applications with limited space for I/O expansion."

The features of ADLINK USB DAQ modules include:

• Hi-Speed USB 2.0
• USB-power
• Plug-and-Play
• Easy device connection with removable screw-down terminal module
• Built-in signal conditioning
• Free testing application included (U-Test)

All USB DAQ modules are bundled with ADLINK's free U-Test utility, delivering direct operation and testing of all functions with no requirement for coding or programming. Driver support is provided for Windows 7/Vista/XP, in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions, and 3rd party software support accommodates LabVIEW & MATLAB.

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