For Conditioning, Acquisition and Control System the Sky is the Limit

Series 6000 Integrated Conditioning, Acquisition & Control Systems

  • Completely Modular - 2 to 10,000+ Channels
  • High Performance Conditioning & Integrated A/D
  • Digital I/O & DSP for Control
  • Single or Distributed Systems
  • Turnkey & API Software

Four enclosures are available as part of the Series 6000 System: Large, Small and two DC powered portables.

Common Enclosure Features:

  • Any number or combination of racks
  • Over 6 MS/s, simultaneous sampling per system
  • Multiple, distributed system support
  • On-board storage for data redundancy
  • Distributed Sample Clock, Alarm & Calibration Bus
  • IRIG A, B or G
  • Supports any I/O module in any slot

The native interface for the enclosure is USB 2.0 and can be configured for Ethernet. There are many ways to configure a system. Multiple racks can be combined to provide a single larger system or used individually to create smaller, lower channel count installations. The systems can be run locally (near a test cell) or remotely from a control room. This allows the test operators to setup, configure and calibrate the system locally near the test article and remotely while a test is in progress. An Operator’s Workstation is the primary control and data recording point for the Series 6000 System. Typically installed in the control room, the Operator’s Workstation runs PI660 Data Acquisition Software for system setup, calibration, display, recording, distribution and export. Multiple, distributed systems are supported and controlled through a single Operator’s Workstation. A system can even be configured and used over wireless technology, allowing even greater control over the system. For example, a technician can change gain and filter settings on a touch screen tablet style PC while performing system checkouts and test readiness.

Data redundancy is optionally available and mounts on the controller board in each Series 6000 enclosure, creating a redundant recording point for the system. In the unlikely event the Operator’s Workstation or application software fails, data will continue to record in each enclosure and can be recovered from the system post-test.

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