Measurement Computing announced the BTH-1208LS, a wireless, multi-function DAQ device that supports Android and Windows.
It acquires data over Bluetooth or USB connections, and features eight 11-bit SE or four 12-bit DIFF analog inputs; 1 kS/s sampling over Bluetooth and 50 kS/s sampling over USB; two 12-bit analog outputs; eight digital I/O; one 32-bit event counter; and battery or USB power options.
It is available in standard or board-only OEM versions. It includes the TracerDAQ software for acquiring and displaying data and generating analog signals, and the InstaCal software utility for installing, calibrating, and testing.
The Universal Library includes support for Visual Studio and Visual Studio .NET, including examples for Visual C++, Visual C#, Visual Basic, and Visual Basic .NET.
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