NetDAS/Ubuntu Linux – 24-bit TCP/IP Data Acquisition Recorder

NetDAS Ubuntu Linux 24-bit Data Recorder
24-bit NetDAS Ubuntu Linux Data Acquisition
DAQ Systems’ 24-bit data acquisition systems support seismic earthquake recording and sensor digitization logging under Ubuntu Linux. Data is GPS time-stamped in six formats and presented graphically in real-time and available with client/server Internet connectivity. The 24-bit USB analog-digital converter runs standalone with a Java data acquisition app. The client/server suite includes 24-bit data server, event triggering and recording, format conversion, real-time display, data stream concentration via a software hub and a state-of-the art GPS data time stamp. NetDAS Ubuntu Linux supports 4 to 16 channels at 24-bit resolution.

- Central recorder for large sensory networks
- Local
accelerometer array recorder
- Data stream concentrator
- Seismic/earthquake recording, monitoring, logging and data acquisition
- Seismic and strong-motion networks on earthquake fault zones and volcanoes
- Low packet latency for Earthquake Early Warning (EEW)
- Laboratory and sensory data acquisition
- Seismic monitoring of dams, LNG facilities, semiconductor production lines and bridges

- Multi-channel wide dynamic range 24-bit simultaneous sampling
- Up to 32 channels at 24 bits
- Real-time Internet (IP) connectivity over existing infrastructure
- GPS time-stamped data
- Sampling up to low-audio band
- Continuous gap-free data
- Digital I/O
- 10-bit analog inputs
- Relay interface to plant DCS (Distributed Control System)
- Operates over optical fiber, Ethernet (Cat-5) or wireless networks
- Encryption for high security
- Real-time graphical display
- Internet status messages and warnings
- MATLAB and other formats supported
- Software-controlled gain

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