Advantech Launches New Entry-level Compact DAQ Embedded Computer

Posted by Ken Ott on Nov 15, 2017 9:00:00 AM

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How does factory machine data acquisition work?  How does Advantech's MIC-18XX mini industrial PC get the job done? 

When you need a compact platform to acquire analog signals and also provide advanced functions including analog triggers or waveform generators, Advantech’s new MIC-1800 series (MIC-1810 / MIC-1816) with multi-function, 16-ch, 12/16-bit resolution, and up to 1MS/s sample rate is an excellent choice.

MIC-1810 and MIC-1816 units provide sample rates as high as 500K / 1M respectively that allow you to acquire enough data to display the measured waveform completely.


For analog input, you can set an analog trigger to start collecting data only when a certain threshold is crossed, so unnecessary signals can be filtered out. MIC-1800 devices also have built-in waveform generators, so there is no need for you to purchase extra hardware.


The compact MIC-1800 series has a detachable terminal block for direct connection with sensor signal lines. This saves space and eliminates some wiring as well. DIN-rail mounting makes the MIC-1800 series compatible with distribution boxes and control cabinets for many different kinds of factory machinery.

Want to learn how we can help you design a miniaturized data grabber solution to optimize your infrastructure?

 

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Topics: MIC, mini computer, small computer, embedded PC, industrial PC

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