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Fluke 2645A Net DAQ High Speed Data Acquisition Unit

Manufacturer part number: 2645A
Fluke 2645A Net DAQ High Speed Data Acquisition Unit
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NETDAQ LOGGER SW - WINDOWS$0.00
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NetDAQ Data Acquisition Units give you a powerful combination of hardware and software that's ideal for small-to-medium scale process monitoring and test systems. They answer the escalating need for measurement, recording, and analysis tools that enable you to improve quality, maximize process efficiency, and meet regulatory requirements. Building blocks of 20 channels can be expanded into integrated systems of up to 400 channels. Choose between two models for speed up to 1000 rps and accuracy up to 0.01%. All NetDAQs utilize Fluke's patented Universal Input Module which accepts any combination of analog input types for each of its 20 channels - without the need for external signal conditioning. Simply pre-wire the Universal Input Module to directly measure temperature, dc volts, ac volts, resistance, 4-20 mA, and frequency. (For more information refer to the Universal Input Module in this section.)

Distributed NetDAQ systems plug right into your existing networks to send data directly to a PC. This saves the cost of setting a new network and allows multiple users to simultaneously view data in real-time. A NetDAQ unit can also be used as a portable dedicated system connected to a notebook computer for maintenance, product validation, research, and troubleshooting applications.

Features

  • Data acquisition, up to 1,000 readings per second
  • 20 analog input channels expandable up to 400 channels
  • Extensive optional plotting and trending capabilities
  • Optional wall, cabinet, or rack mounting
  • May be connected to Ethernet networks
  • Replaces chart recorders
  • Channel Capacity: 20
  • I/O Lines Total: 12
  • Power: 107 to 246V ac (no switching required), 50 and 60 Hz, 15VA maximum; 9V dc to 16V dc, 6W maximum
  • Warm-up Time: 1 hour to rated specifications -or- 15 minutes if relative humidity (non-condensing) is 50% or less
  • Vibration: 0.7g at 15 Hz; 1.3g at 25 Hz; 3g at 55 Hz
  • Shock: 30g half sine per Mil-T-28800E; Bench handling per Mil-T-28800E
  • Operating Temperature: -20° C to 60° C (-4° F to 140° F)
  • Storage Temperature:  -40° C to 70° C (-40° F to 158° F)
  • Relative Humidity: 90% maximum for -10°C to 28°C (14°F to 82.4°F); 75% maximum for 28°C to 35°C (82.4°F to 95°F); 50% maximum for 35°C to 60°C (95°F to 140°F) (3 MΩ range, reduce humidity rating by 25% for 1 hour warm-up. 3 MΩ range meets full humidity ratings with 2 hour warm-up.)
  • Altitude
    • Operating: 2,000 m (6,561 ft) maximum
    • Non-Operating: 12,200 m (40,000 ft) maximum
  • Size:  9.3 cm high, 21.6 cm wide, 36.2 cm deep (3.67 in high, 8.5 in wide, 14.28 in deep)
  • Weight
    • Net: 4 kg (8.8 lb.)
    • Shipping: 6.0 kg (13.2 lb.)
Description

NetDAQ Data Acquisition Units give you a powerful combination of hardware and software that's ideal for small-to-medium scale process monitoring and test systems. They answer the escalating need for measurement, recording, and analysis tools that enable you to improve quality, maximize process efficiency, and meet regulatory requirements. Building blocks of 20 channels can be expanded into integrated systems of up to 400 channels. Choose between two models for speed up to 1000 rps and accuracy up to 0.01%. All NetDAQs utilize Fluke's patented Universal Input Module which accepts any combination of analog input types for each of its 20 channels - without the need for external signal conditioning. Simply pre-wire the Universal Input Module to directly measure temperature, dc volts, ac volts, resistance, 4-20 mA, and frequency. (For more information refer to the Universal Input Module in this section.)

Distributed NetDAQ systems plug right into your existing networks to send data directly to a PC. This saves the cost of setting a new network and allows multiple users to simultaneously view data in real-time. A NetDAQ unit can also be used as a portable dedicated system connected to a notebook computer for maintenance, product validation, research, and troubleshooting applications.

Features

  • Data acquisition, up to 1,000 readings per second
  • 20 analog input channels expandable up to 400 channels
  • Extensive optional plotting and trending capabilities
  • Optional wall, cabinet, or rack mounting
  • May be connected to Ethernet networks
  • Replaces chart recorders