com)-- Controlled Capture Systems, a systems integration and product design company based in Idaho Falls, Idaho, announced today the release of AndroiDAQ[c], a multi-channel, multi-processor controlled, wireless data acquisition and control development module, for use with Android[TM] phones and tablets, and for Windows[TM] laptops, or personal computers.
What does WiDAQ stand for?
WiDAQ stands for Wireless Data Acquisition
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Each sensor node is a wireless data acquisition and processing system which can be configured to take detailed measurements, at user-defined intervals, on the performance of the equipment being monitored.
In the centre, it is a wireless data acquisition device that is used for acquiring signals.
With support for the latest wireless data acquisition devices and drivers for 22 third-party wireless sensors, it simplifies programming of distributed measurement systems with a single software platform.
Wireless data acquisition is made possible by components designed for industrial environments and able to deliver a five-year battery life.
A wireless data acquisition system has been developed for the quick, efficient measurement of strain.