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FAQ/022 KAM-500: What are the main improvements of the Series 100 family of analog modules?

August 18, 2014

The main improvements are:

  • Higher accuracy – Typically 0.08% FSR at analog gains of 100
  • Higher bandwidth – Typically 6KHz
  • Higher access rate – Typically 2M Samples per second
  • Faster programming – Typically 5 seconds per analog module
  • Smaller digital filter delay - (8 order Butterworth filter versus Kaiser FIR – see data sheets for details)
  • 16 bits ADC

Curtiss-Wright recommends 100 family modules for new programs.

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