Interfaces and Sensors

Dewesoft have a range of Interfaces and Sensors which enhance their already feature rich data acquisition systems.

Items include: CAN Interfaces, GPS and IMU Devices, Aerospace Interfaces, Video Cameras, Current Transducers, Accelerometers and Angle Sensors and Shakers.


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Interfaces & Sensors Portfolio

Listed below are some of the Dewesoft Interfaces and Sensors which interact with their Data Acquisition Systems.

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CAN Interfaces GPS & IMU Devices Aerospace Interface
CAN Interfaces GPS and IMU Devices Aerospace Interfaces
Multichannel USB CAN systems and CAN bus software with support for OBDII, J1939, XCP/CCP, CAN transmit and DBC files High accuracy 100Hz GPS receivers and Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) with Real Time Kinematics (RTK) support for the most precise position based test and measurement applications Decode and visualise data from ARINC 429, MIL-STD-1553, IRIG Chapter 10, iNET and IRIG Chapter 4 PCM telemetry data interfaces
Interfaces and Sensors - Video Cameras Inserters and Sensors - Current Transducers Single Axis Accelerometers
Video Cameras Current Transducers Accelerometers & Angle Sensors
High speed and rugged video cameras with fully synchronisation capability and real time picture compression High accuracy sensor for AC/DC current measurement and power analysis.  From current clamps to high precision zero flux current transducers and Rogowsky coils Single Axis, Triaxial Accelerometers and impulse hammers for vibration measurement and structural modal analysis.  Angle Sensors are perfect complementary sensors for applications like order tracking.
Modal & Inertial Shakers
Full range of modal and inertial shakers with integrated and easy to use amplifiers.  Dewesoft permanent magnet shakers are compact, light weight and powerful general purpose shakers which can be used for modal and vibration testing.  They have a high DUT capacity despite their small sizes.


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