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Highland Technology Press Release - May 28, 2010

Highland Technology Announces High-Precision VME Data Acquisition Modules


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Highland Technology V490DSSan Francisco, CA -- May 28, 2010 -- Highland Technology has announced the latest in a series of high-precision VME data acquisition modules, the V490 analog signal digitizer.
 
The module features sixteen channels with differential input ranges from +-10 millivolts to +-40 volts, with 16 bit resolution and 500 kHz sampling rate. Each channel includes programmable digital filtering and both realtime and FIFO buffered data. Channel inputs can be switched to a separate test connector for in-system calibration verification without disconnecting field wiring. Built-in-self-test is available.
 
http://www.highlandtechnology.com/DSS/V490DS.html
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Highland Technology, Inc.
18 Otis Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
P: (415) 551-1700
F: (415) 551-5129
http://www.highlandtechnology.com
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Posted 5/31/2010
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