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      € 185,-
      € 160,95 Excl. tax In stock
      The Mux80 is an analog input expansion board That Increases the number of analog inputs for a possible Labjack unit. It can be connected to a U6 UE9 directly or through the DB37 connector. Ten of the Labjack's analog inputs are multiplexed (1: 8 each ...... Show more

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      Compatible Products:
      T7 Series
      U6 Series
      UE9 Series


      The Mux80 AIN Expansion Board serves to providence an additional 80 analog inputs to any compatible Labjack. It uses 10 multiplexer chips connected to AIn4-AIN13, and splits each channel into eight additional channels. When a specific extended analog input channel is read on a U6 or UE9, the digital output lines MIO are automatically set, and the right analog channel is read. The Mux80 Has A built-in DC-DC converter-which biedt the upper and lower rail voltages Necessary for powering the multiplexer chips.

      Three vertical DB37 connectors providence an easy interface to connect AIN 24 channels each. The remaining connector brings out unused connections (FIO, DAC, etc) from the Labjack, alongwith the last eight channels AIN. There are a total of 84 available analog inputs When used in Conjunction with a U6 or UE9.
      For screw-terminal access simply connect a CB37 Terminal Board, and reference the chart printed at the top of the Mux80 for connections.


      • 80 Multiplexed Channels (or 40 Differential Pairs)
      • Built-in DC-DC Converter
      • OEM Capability Easy-To-Use High Density Connectors
      • Snap Track / DIN rail compatible


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