The µBOX can therefore also be used
for sensors that have a high resolution - the µBOX
is e.g. also used for calibrating sensors!
However, the resolution of 20 Bit only allows an acquisition rate of a few samples per second.
If this high resolution of 20 Bits is not required then acquisition rates of up to 25 kHz, i.e.
25.000 Samples per second can be achieved.
The digital inputs permit, for example, connecting Torque Sensors with digital information on rotation speed
and angle and recording these values together with the torque.
The µBOX has five Digital Outputs with which can
be used for control purposes. For example, it is possible to set thresholds for each channel to trigger alarms
when these are crossed.
4 µBOXes with USB-Hub
Up to four µBOXes can be cascaded with a USB-Hub.
extending the number of available channels to 20.
disynet GmbH offers a sensor compendium on the Site
with useful information on Sensoren und Metrology.
Figure5: Online Display
Software und Drivers for popular Software Programs
The µBOX is supplied with software
- to configure the device,
- to acquire, record and display the data - with simple analysis functions - and
- to control external devices, e.g. by setting tresholds.
Customers who have Sensors and a Computer only need the
The software was designed for easy use and handling. Special emphasis was laid on intuitive and easy calibration
of the sensors. The calibration is either done by entering values of an existing calibration sheet
or online by entering pairs of values (two-point calibration) .
If this functionality is not sufficient, drivers LabVIEW and
a dll for developing custom software are available,
leaving no bounds on the possibilities.
Figure7: Data Analysis
Figure6: Recording Data
Many additional modules will be available in the near future for the µBOX.
A 10 Bit- analog output of saved signals will be available, allowing the µBOX to be used as an arbitraray signal generator.
An SD-Card slot is being designed which will convert the device into a mobile data-logger.
A module for wireless transmission of data between the µBOX
and the computer will expand the possibilities even further.
Additional modules for sensors which are not supported yet are also planned.
As with sensors made to measure by disynet , the development of this device depends on
the feedback from the industry.
With the µBOX disynet has
created a professional, universal data acquisition system, which stands out from the rest of the available devices
due to easy handling, for a really competitive price.
MADE TO MEASURE
the slodan of disynet GmbH
has two meanings:
2) designed to measure
The constant commitment to this slogan, since the Company was founded 11 years ago,
has made disynet a synonym of this slogan."