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reference:instrumentation:openlogger:reference-manual [2019/10/04 11:57]
Vicentiu Neagoe [Features]
reference:instrumentation:openlogger:reference-manual [2019/12/05 21:02] (current)
Arthur Brown
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   * Analog Inputs   * Analog Inputs
     * 8 Channels     * 8 Channels
-    * 16-bit resolution per channel+    * 12-bit resolution per channel
     * 500 kS/s sample rate     * 500 kS/s sample rate
     * 50 kHz of bandwidth at -3dB     * 50 kHz of bandwidth at -3dB
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 ====== Analog Inputs ====== ====== Analog Inputs ======
-Analog inputs provide ways to measure real analog data from external systems. OpenLogger has 8 single-ended analog inputs with their own recommended ground pin. Each input is designed to accept a voltage range of -10 V to +10 V (with protection up to ±30 V and has 16 bits of resolution and a bandwidth of 50 kHz. OpenLogger can then log all data onto the local SD card at 500 kS/s, stream and/or log data over USB at 500 kS/s, or stream and/or log data over WiFi at 10 kS/S.+Analog inputs provide ways to measure real analog data from external systems. OpenLogger has 8 single-ended analog inputs with their own recommended ground pin. Each input is designed to accept a voltage range of -10 V to +10 V (with protection up to ±30 V and has 12 bits of resolution and a bandwidth of 50 kHz. OpenLogger can then log all data onto the local SD card at 500 kS/s, stream and/or log data over USB at 500 kS/s, or stream and/or log data over WiFi at 10 kS/S.
  
 The analog inputs has the following features: The analog inputs has the following features:
   * 8 Channels   * 8 Channels
-  * 16 bits of resolution per channel+  * 12 bits of resolution per channel
   * 500 kS/s aggregate input  ​   * 500 kS/s aggregate input  ​
   * 50 kHz bandwidth at -3 dB   * 50 kHz bandwidth at -3 dB