ADC-24 24-bits USB Data acquisition m. terminalboard

Pico Technology
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  • Specifikationer
  • 24-bit resolution
  • Accurate to within 0.1%
  • Up to 8 true differential inputs
  • Up to 16 single-ended inputs
  • Fast conversion time
  • Digital output for control
  • Galvanic isolation from the PC to eliminate noise pickup
  • Data acquisition software included


24-Bits High-Resolution Data Logger.
Leveres med terminal-board.

When you need the ultimate in precise and accurate data acquisition, the high-resolution ADC-20 data logger is your perfect solution.

The ultimate in resolution and accuracy
With up to 24-bit resolution the ADC-24 USB data logger is able to detect small signal changes. Features such as true differential inputs, galvanic isolation, and software selectable sampling rates all contribute to a superior noise free resolution, and ensure that your measurements are reliable and are accurate to within 0.1%.

Flexible, multi-channel data acquisition
The ADC-24 feature true differential inputs for excellent noise rejection. To give you a very flexible system each differential input can also be configured as 2 single-ended inputs. With up to 8 differential or 16 single-ended inputs on the ADC-24, this flexibility gives you complete control on what type of inputs you use. For example, you may configure the ADC-24 to use 4 differential and 8 single-ended inputs, or 2 differential and 12 single-ended inputs, and so on...the choice is yours.

With as many as 7 bipolar voltage ranges, the ADC-24 are also flexible enough to be used with a wide range of sensors and signal types. Whilst the optional terminal board provides screw terminals to allow you to quickly connect and disconnect different sensors.

Additionally, the ADC-24 has 4 configurable digital input/output channels that can be used to control alarms or other devices. You can configure these I/O channels in any combination. For example, 3 digital inputs could be used with 1 digital output.

The flexibility of these precision data loggers allows you to use the ADC-24 as an advanced multi-channel data acquisition system with a low cost per channel.

No need for power supplies or batteries
The high-resolution ADC-24 are powered directly by your PC — eliminating the need for batteries or a separate power supply, and making them ideal when you need a portable data logger.

Easy-to-use data acquisition software
All Pico data acquisition products come complete with PicoLog — this powerful, yet flexible, data acquisition software allows you to collect, manipulate, analyse, and display and export data. With PicoLog you can sample up to 1 million readings at selectable sampling rates; and using PicoLog, or our driver with your own software, you can connect up to 4 units to one PC.

Updates to PicoLog are available for free from our website, and you can download a demo of PicoLog to see just how versatile it is.

Your high-resolution data acquisition solution
The high-resolution ADC-24 provide you with a multi-channel, precision data acquisition solution. High resolution, true differential inputs, galvanic isolation, and selectable sampling rates combine to ensure your measurements are always precise and accurate. Configurable inputs, digital inputs and outputs, and programmable voltage ranges give you a truly flexible solution.

When you need the ultimate in high-resolution and accuracy, the versatile ADC-24 provide you with a portable solution with the performance and flexibility you need.

Model ADC-20 ADC-24
Resolution 20 bits 24 bits
Number of channels# 4 differential / 8 single-ended 8 differential / 16 single-ended
Conversion time (per channel) 660 ms, 340 ms, 180 ms, 100 ms, 60 ms
Voltage ranges ±2500 mV
±1250 mV
±2500 mV
±1250 mV
±625 mV
±312 mV
±156 mV
±78 mV
±39 mV
Accuracy 0.2% 0.1% (±39 mV to 1250 mV range)
0.2% (±2500 mV range)
Noise rejection 120 dB typical at 50/60 Hz
Input impedance Differential: 2 MΩ
Single-ended: 1 MΩ
Overvoltage protection ±30 V
Digital I/O none 4 bidirectional (3.3 V CMOS)
Reference output +2.5 V ±2.5 mV @ 2 mA
+5 V ±1.0 V @ 2 mA
-5 V ±1.5 V @ 2 mA

# The ADC-20 and ADC-24 have four and eight true differential input channels respectively. For flexibility each of these channels can be configured as either one differential channel or two single–ended channels.

PC requirements
Minimum Processor: 1 GHz.
Memory: 512 MB.
Free disk space: 32–bit: 600 MB, 64–bit: 1.5 GB.
Operating system: 32– or 64–bit edition of Microsoft Windows XP (SP3), Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 (not Windows RT) or Windows 10.
Ports: USB 1.1.
Recommended Processor: 1 GHz.
Memory: 512 MB.
Free disk space: 32–bit: 850 MB, 64–bit: 2 GB.
Operating system: 32– or 64–bit edition of Microsoft Windows 7, Windows 8 (not Windows RT) or Windows 10.
Ports: USB 1.1 or higher.
For quoted accuracy 20 °C to 30 °C
General operation 0 °C to 45 °C
Relative humidity 5% to 80% RH
Physical properties
Dimensions 135 x 184 x 36 mm (5.31 x 7.24 x 1.41 in)
PicoLog for Windows PicoLog data acquisition software can collect up to 1 million samples. Features include:
Multiple views — view data as a graph, spreadsheet or text
Parameter scaling — convert raw data into standard engineering units
Math functions — use mathematical equations to calculate additional parameters
Alarm limits — program an alert if a parameter goes out of a specified range
IP networking — transfer measurements via a LAN or over the Internet
Operating systems supported: Microsoft Windows XP (SP3) to Windows 10. Not Windows RT.
PicoLog languages Full support for: English, Français, Deutsch
Menus and dialogs only for: Italiano, Español, Svenska
Software Development Kit Includes example code.
Optional free software Drivers for Linux and OS X.
Documentation languages
User’s guide
Installation guide

English, Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Español
English, Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Nederlandse, Dansk
Additional hardware (supplied) USB 2.0 cable, user manuals, software CD-ROM
PC interface USB 1.1
I/O connector 25-way D female
Power requirements Powered from USB port
Compliance European EMC and LVD standards
FCC Rules Part 15 Class A