|Project Summary||Project Information|
Our project is a universal analog data recorder.
The device acquires and stores three channels of high-resolution analog data at a programmable sample rate from 1Hz to 10kHz. The analog sampling voltage range can be configured for either 0V to 5V or -24V to +24V.
The projected battery life is approximately 24 hours, however if recording at a high sample rate, the internal micro-SD card storage will be filled before the battery drains.
The device is compact with dimensions of 2.6"x 2.6"x 1.6". However, this small size does not compromise its ruggedness. There are internal vibration dampers and all case components are rated for IP-67 dust and water ingress protection. The electronics are capable of withstanding elevated temperatures, but the internal Lithium-Polymer battery limits safe operation to 60C.
Two 2nd revisions DAQ were designed to improve on the minor flaw of the 1st revision. Same case, connectors, and buttons were used kept the same due to satisfactory performance. Hardware was added to fix SD card issues from Rev 1. Firmware was changed to accommodate the new hardware. Placement of components were adjusted for better clearance.
The final product will be accompanied by a detailed set of schematics, drawings, firmware code, and a comprehensive report.
|Lucas Sychtysz||Mechanical Engineerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Stephen "Sven" Opdyke||Computer Engineeremail@example.com|
|Louis Amezquita||Electrical Engineerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Kyle Smith||Electrical Engineeremail@example.com|
|MSD I & II||MSD I||MSD II|