Articles tagged 'ethernet'

ARCOS Data Logger - A Vision Becomes Reality

Our innovative ARCOS data logger system opens up new opportunities for the future. The multi-talented ARCOS combines the advantages of low-power, rapid-starting microprocessor systems with the high performance of an X86 platform. Providing maximum computing power, along with minimum quiescent current (typically only 0.6 mA), the ARCOS is a technological trailblazer. Its modular system allows ARCOS to literally grow to fit your requirements.

AnalogBox 8: 10 kHz Analog Measurements with Ethernet Connection to ARCOS Logger

CAETEC presents the latest addition to its successful ComboBox series – the CAETEC AnalogBox 8, a fast  eight-channel analog module featuring channels that can be individually switched to counter operation.

ThermoBox 32: Brand new member of ComboBox series

The new CAETEC ThermoBox 32 expands the successful CAETEC ComboBox series.
32 Rossel panel jacks allow NiCr-Ni thermocouple single plug input. The connection to a data logger can either be done by a CAN bus wiring or by the internal ARCOS Ethernet backplane connector. The ThermoBox 32 allows the CAN bus architecture to supply modules of the QIC-, CLIC- or CLIC SL series at the same time.

The ARCOS data logger and XCP on Ethernet measurement tasks

Setting up our ARCOS data logger within a measurement chain integrating Vector hardware (see illustration below) enables the use of XCP on an Ethernet protocoll to perform measurement tasks and record data from an electronic control unit via Plug-on Device (POD).

ARCOS 1.5 sets new standards

Our newest basic unit, the ARCOS 1.5, just got even better: more compact and efficient, with higher performance.