Jaeger-Adwin data acquisition systems enable real-time monitoring of automotive components. The systems support parallel real-time processes while running independently of the PC’s operating system.
In automotive CAN applications, the products of German manufacturer Jager Adwin are suitable for real-time data capture. The real-time data acquisition systems are used for testing automotive components, sensors and ECUs, electrical component testing, control of servo hydraulic systems, motion control, laser and ebeam control, signal generation, and high-speed synchronized data acquisition. The company is working on CAN FD support for some of its products.
The systems support parallel real-time processes while running independently of the PC’s operating system. These systems provide deterministic operation with response times of one microsecond or less. A key feature of these products is their tightly-coupled analog and digital inputs along with counters that provide low-latency operation.
The Adwin systems are available in three form factors: The Adwin-Light-16, which offers eight analog inputs – ideal for small-channel test applications; the Adwin Gold/Gold II with 16 analog inputs; and the Adwin-Pro/Pro II series which utilizes a modular form factor with plug-in modules to allow up to 480 analog or digital inputs in a single chassis.
Besides CAN, Adwin also offers a variety of other I/O options including SSI, Profibus, and EIA-232/485. The product’s software environment can be used under Windows and Linux or as a stand-alone data acquisition system. Also, it has drivers for programming environments such as VC/C++, Labview, and others. Software upgrades are free. CAS Data-Loggers distributes the CAN products from Jager-Adwin.
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