Recorder Captures Fast Changing Waveforms

Feb. 1, 1999

The latest addition to the HiCorder family of high-speed recorders packs 32 channels for capturing fast transient phenomena and rapidly fluctuating waveforms. This doubles the channel count previously available with HiCorders without increasing the size of the package. The 8826 Memory HiCorder can simultaneously measure at a 1-MSPS rate on each of its 32 analog and logic channels, with the sampled data stored in internal memory and then displayed on a large, 10.4" color TFT LCD or printed as B4-size hard copy- the recorder has 16M words of memory, expandable to 64M words, with an internal MO drive for storing huge amounts of data offered as an option. All analog inputs are isolated.

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