LabJack UE9 USB + Ethernet, 16 Bits DAQ
- 14 Analog Inputs (12-16 Bits Depending on Speed)
- ±5 or 0-5 Volt Maximum Analog Input Range
- 2 Analog Outputs (12-Bit, 0-5 Volts)
- 23 Digital I/O
- Up to 2 Counters (32-Bits Each)
- Up to 6 Timers (Pulse Timing, PWM Output, Quadrature Input, ...)
- Supports SPI, I2C, and Asynchronous Serial Protocols (Master Only)
- Supports Software or Hardware Timed Acquisition
- Maximum Input Stream Rate of 50+ kHz (Depending on Resolution)
- Capable of Command/Response Times As Low As 1.5 Milliseconds
- Built-In Screw Terminals for Some Signals
- USB 2.0/1.1 Full Speed Interface
- Ethernet 10Base-T Interface
- Dual-Processor Design with 168 MHz of Total Processing Power
- Electrical Isolation Possible with Ethernet Interface
- Wireless DAQ Possible with Ethernet Interface and 802.11 Bridge
- No Power Supply Needed for USB Operation
- Modbus/TCP Supported in Hardware
- Drivers Available for Windows, Linux, Mac and Pocket PC
- Examples Available for C/C++, VB, LabVIEW, Java, and More
- Includes USB and Ethernet Cable, Power Supply, and Screwdriver
- Universal Power Supply with Clips (Australia, Europe, UK, USA)
- Free Firmware Upgrades
- Money Back Guarantee
- Enclosure Size Approximately 3" x 7" x 1" (75mm x 185mm x 30mm)
- Rated for Industrial Temperature Range (-40 to +85 Degrees C)
The LabJack UE9 has 14 external analog inputs (AIN0-AIN13) and 2 internal analog inputs (AIN14-AIN15). AIN0-AIN3 are available on screw terminals and also on the DB37 connector. All 14 analog inputs are available on the DB37 connector.Each analog input can be configured individually as unipolar (0-5 volts) or bipolar (±5 volts). An internal PGA provides gains of 1, 2, 4, or 8 (unipolar ranges only at this time). Analog input resolution is 12-bits at max speed (10 us conversion time), increasing up to 16-bits at slower speeds (10 ms conversion time).Analog inputs can be continuously streamed at up to 50 ksamples/second. Command/response (software timed) functions typically take a few milliseconds to execute.
The LabJack UE9 has 2 analog outputs (DAC0 and DAC1) that are available both on screw terminals and the DB37 connector. Each analog output can be set to a voltage between 0 and about 4.8 volts with 12-bits of resolution.
The LabJack UE9 has 23 digital I/O channels which can be individually configured as input, output-high, or output-low. 8 of these lines are called flexible digital I/O (FIO) and can be software configured as up to 6 timers and 2 counters.The first 4 FIO are available on screw terminals and the DB37 connector. All 8 FIO and 3 MIO are available on the DB37 connector, and 8 EIO and 3 CIO are available on the DB15 connector.
Up to 6 FIO can be configured as timers. The timers are very flexible, providing options such as PWM output, pulse timing, and quadrature input
Up to 2 FIO can be configured as 32-bit counters
Power can be provided by the USB cable or an external 5 volt supply (included). When only Ethernet is connected, and an isolated power supply is used (such as the included wall-wart), the entire UE9 is electrically isolated.
High Channel Count Applications
By using USB hubs or Ethernet switches, many LabJacks can be interfaced to a single PC, providing an inexpensive solution for low-speed high channel count applications.
Wireless Data Aquisition
Combining the UE9 with a standard 802.11 wireless Ethernet bridge ($50-$200 from any computer retailer) provides inexpensive wireless data acquisition. Applications include high-speed continuous wireless data acquisition, long distance remote sensing and control, or PDA based data acquisition
The CB37 is a simple screw terminal breakout for the DB37 connector. The EB37 experiment board also provides screw terminals for the DB37 connector, and in addition provides a solderless breadboard and useful power supplies