October 11, 2007 DSPCon has launched the DataFlex-500TM, a portable, high-speed data recorder designed for field-testing of jet engines, turbine pumps, combat vehicles and precision weapons systems. The unit, weighing less than 22 lbs., features real-time playback, display and analysis, and provides a sustained, continuous recording speed of up to 256,000 samples per second.
The DataFlex-500 has been specifically designed to provide rapid data recording, real-time analysis and archiving of up to 64 channels. DSPCon has designed the unit to be suited to field-testing by giving it a durable outer housing and keeping it fully transportable, at a size that can fit into standard aircraft overhead racks.
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The device also features an open-standards, non-proprietary design architecture, standard 32-channel capacity, a bandwidth of up to 115 kHz and a fully integrated software suite that includes MultiScopeTM, which combines the functionality of 32 oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzers in one package to deliver real-time, in-line and post-test analysis for a variety of rotating machinery, acoustic frequency, shock and vibration applications.
All DataFlex-500 models come complete as fully integrated, PC-based, one-box solutions including high-resolution 17-inch LCD screen, full-size, break-proof detachable keyboards and durable all-aluminum bodies with EMI shielding. Prices for a standard 32-channel system start at US$25,000 with 64-channel systems starting at US$40 and lease programs are also available.
DSPCon, Inc, is a supplier of dynamic data acquisition, analysis, archiving and recording solutions military, aerospace and rotating machinery applications.