USBDUX-fast: Product Description
The only USB based DAQ with an open source LINUX driver available today
The low cost and flexibility of Linux with the power, speed and flexibility of the USB port. This is the future of computer data acquisition. Catch the wave early with the only available USB based DAQ with an open source Linux driver. Note the difference: we supply a driver and not only some sample code how to hack the linux kernel.
16 high speed analogue input channels
The USBDUX-fast boasts 16 high speed analgue input channels for data collection. The maximum continous rate is 1MHz. Up to 30MHz in burst mode (256 samples).
USBDUX-fast is able to perform data acquisition in the background. This means you can do more important things in your application than waiting for data.
Designed for USB 2.0
The USBDUX-fast has been optimised for maximum throughput under USB 2.0. The driver has been developed together with the developers of the USB stack of the linux kernel. The internal sampling rate of the board is 30MHz which guarantees that the hardware doesn't impose speed limits on future driver versions.
Small and lightweight
The USB DUX is only 144 x 90 x 30mm (Length, Width, Height) in its box. The board is 136 x 80 x 15mm on its own. Coupled with the ability to take power straight from the USB port and an embedded version of Linux makes the USB DUX the obvious choice for applications that can't be tied to power points and desk tops.