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International News: USB 4 Channel ADC Isolated From Control and Power. #12616
Posted by: jworks
City: Granada Hills
State: CA
Postal code: 91344
Country: USA
Contact Person: Craig Stevens
Telephone: 8183640915
Company: J-Works, Inc
Website URL: www.j-works.com
Contact Email: sales@j-works.com

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GRANADA HILLS, CALIFORNIA, Jan 29, 2014. J-Works. Inc has start shipping the JSB624 series of USB Isolated Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) modules. An engineer can use the small form module that has four (4) ADC converters that are isolated from power and control in higher noise environments without USB and computer noise impacting the measurement. Each channel has a -5V to +5V range with PGA gain settings of 1, 2, 4, and 8. Typically applications for the delta sigma Analog to Digital converters included battery and solar cell monitoring, charging circuit control and other equipment requiring voltage type measurements. Technicians can quickly wire the module to devices using screw type terminal blocks. Software interface includes a windows driver and a DLL or Class Library API. Linux support disk is also available. Complete product specifications available at web site http://www.j-works.com/jsb624.php Single unit price for the JSB624 module starts at $160. Delivery is from stock. J-Works, Inc. is a developer and manufacturer of a complete line of USB based industrial controls and test instrumentation that supports innovative solutions for the test and control marketplace.

J-Works is a developer and Manufacturer of PC and USB based Relays, DPDT, SPDT, Solid State, Temperature, Thermocouple, I/O, Digital, FPGA, Counter, WDT, Encoder, USB Switch, Analog, Opto IO, Monitor, USB IO, USB DIO,USB ADC, USB DAC, USB Measurement and Control Products. Final assembly and test of all products are done in the USA.





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