The AXN/ADC/401 is used to condition and digitize up to eight analog channels.
- Eight flexible input channels
- Programmable input range (±40mV to ±10V)
- High accuracy (0.02% FSR typical)
- Flight test instrumentation systems for limited spaces
AXN/ADC/401 Flexible ADC Module - 8 Analog Channels
The AXN/ADC/401 is used to condition and digitize up to eight analog channels. Each channel can be configured for use in differential-ended or single-ended voltage measurement, AC coupled single-ended voltage, ICP sensor, RTD sensor (2/4 or 3-wire configurations), thermocouple, full-bridge, half-bridge, or potentiometer mode.
Tutorial: How to use Axon ADC/401
The AXN/ADC/401 is used to condition and digitize up to eight analog channels. Each channel can be individually configured for use with differential-ended inputs, single-ended inputs, AC coupled inputs, ICP sensor inputs, RTD sensor (2/4 or 3-wire configurations) inputs, thermocouple inputs, full-bridge inputs, half-bridge / potentiometer inputs. Watch this in-depth video to learn about the module's features and how to configure it in DAS Studio.
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