The P-Series is a highly miniaturized pressure scanner designed specifically to meet the stringent demands of the aerodynamic testing industry where development is rapid and continuous. Utilizing the latest in miniature scanner technology, the P-Series is at the forefront of pressure measurement in challenging aerodynamic locations. The P-Series has been designed with physical size, weight, accuracy and functionality in mind and is available in a variety of configurations for eight pressure channels.
Plug and Play – Using the latest high-speed data communications technology, the P-Series is a pressure measurement and engineering unit converter in one package. With no requirement for a remote converter or other hardware, the EvoScann® P-Series transmits accurate, fast data, in engineering units, directly to the test article’s central processing unit. Using a single cable to provide the power and transmit the data and with a choice of industry-standard connectors, the EvoScann® P-Series scanner is ready to plug-and-play, producing high-speed synchronous data within seconds of connection.
Acromag’s new SP330 series of isolated signal splitter/duplicators are designed to accommodate a broad variety of applications. SP330 splitters are built to withstand the hazards of industrial environments. All models deliver high accuracy, superior noise resistance and fast response times. They also demonstrate excellent linearity and stability with very low temperature drift. 1500V AC isolation safely separates the input from each output circuit and provides continuous 250V AC (354V DC) protection. High-level surge suppression adds further protection from harmful transient signals. A tolerance for 25g shock and 4g vibration enables mounting on or near heavy machinery.
World’s smallest complete DAS solution
Software that’s fast and easy
Based on the already proven design of the Talon RTR rugged portable recorders, the “A” Series doubles storage capacity to 15 TB and increases sustainable recording rates to 4.8 GBytes/sec, all in a smaller, lighter package. With a wide range of analog and digital interfaces, the Talon RTR “A” Series is ideal for high bandwidth data recording from the lab to harsh field environments.
Systems “shrink job” and solid state upgrade supported by Empower HPAs
Leveraging next generation hardware and software innovations that are part of Empower’s “size matters” architecture, several unique configurations of these HPAs are being shipped to key customers. This particular set of high power HPAs build on the size, weight and power advantages already demonstrated with commercial product releases in the broad market, “size matters” product family.
This recent and unique Airborne Pulse HPA solution features UHF and L-Band pulse amplifiers tied to a shared power supply and delivering 1 kW and 3 kW pulse power, respectively. Each amplifier is housed in a 3U chassis, and the shared power supply is housed in a 1U chassis. As shown in the illustration, this next generation solution replaces older products which totaled 16U in size – the UHF solid state amplifier was in an 8U chassis and an L-Band TWT was housed in another, separate 8U chassis. That entire legacy combination has been converted to solid state, size has been reduced by 44%, and utilization of a single, shared power supply eliminates considerable systems integration work for the end user. These next generation amplifiers from Empower also demonstrate our “device agnostic” approach to delivering a high performance systems solution – we design with the best devices for the application. In this case, the UHF pulse amplifier is designed with LDMOS and the L-Band pulse amplifier is designed with GaN.
The transmission of high powered acoustic waves ensures minimal losses through the environment where the sensor is located. Due to the high powered emitted pulse, any losses have far less effect than would be experienced by traditional ultrasonic devices. More energy is transmitted hence more energy is returned. Advanced receiver circuitry is designed to identify and monitor low level return signals even when noise levels are high. The measured signal is temperature compensated to provide maximum accuracy to the outputs and display.
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