4-channel, highly dynamic universal amplifier
The 4-channel amplifier for acquiring and analyzing dynamic, mechanical processes
Regardless of whether you want to upgrade your existing system or whether you are looking for a compact stand-alone solution: The MX410B QuantumX module is the right choice.
The four-channel amplifier is the specialist for acquiring and analyzing dynamic, mechanical processes. Measure at a gearbox strain, acceleration, force, displacement, noise by microphone or any other physical quantity, every channel of the MX410B universal module supports six transducer technologies. You need more channels - just add another module and scale up your solution!
All common transducer technologies are supported without any problems:
- Strain gauge transducers in half and full bridge configuration (DC or CF)
- Current-fed piezoelectric transducers (IEPE, ICP®)
- Piezo-resistive full bridge
- Inductive half or full bridges
- Voltage (± 100mV, ± 10V)
- Standardized Current (± 20 mA)
The MX410B provides both sampling rates of up to 100 kS/sec per channel, 40 kHz bandwith and a high resolution of 24 bits. Results are highly accurate as required when capturing highly dynamic forces and accelerations. Regardless of whether strain gauges, IEPE sensors or inductive transducers are used - every MX410B channel supports these technologies and requires minimum space. Of course, it also enables voltage measurement.
|Title / Description||Language||Products||Language||Content Types|
|QuantumX MX410B - Data Sheet||English|
|QuantumX MX410B - Data Sheet||Chinese|
|QuantumX MX410B - Data Sheet||Japanese|
|QuantumX MX410B - Datenblatt||German|
|QuantumX - Brochure||English|
|QuantumX - Brochure||Simplified Chinese|
|QuantumX - Brochure||Japanese|
|QuantumX - Brochure (US-Version)||English (US)|
|QuantumX - Broschüre||German|
|QuantumX - Folheto||Portuguese|
|HBM Common API - User Manual||Multilanguage|
|HBM LabVIEW Driver - User Manual||Multilanguage|
|QuantumX - Bedienungsanleitung||German|
|QuantumX - Manuale di istruzione||Italian|
|QuantumX - Operating Manual||English|
|QuantumX - Operating Manual||Chinese|
|QuantumX - Operating Manual (Japanese)||Japanese|
|QuantumX CANape Driver - Operating Manual||English, German|
|QuantumX CANbus - Operating Manual||English, German|
|QuantumX CX22B / CX22B-W - Operating Manual||German, English|
|QuantumX CX27 Gateway - Operating Manual||English|
|QuantumX Driver per CANape - Manuale di istruzione||Italian|
|Adapter BNC to SubHD15 (SUBHD15-BNC)||English, German|
|Mechanical mounting case clips (CASECLIP)||Italian|
|QuantumX - Mounting case clips||English|
|QuantumX BPX001/BPX002 Backplane - Information||German, English|
|QuantumX Portamoduli BPX001 - Informativa||Italian|
|QuantumX SCM-HV - Quick Start Guide||German, French, English|
|QuantumX SCM-SG120/350 - Information||Multilanguage|
|EU Declaration of Conformity|
|QuantumX - EU Declaration of Conformity||Multilanguage|
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TECH NOTE - IEEE1588:2008 Precision Time Protocol in Data Acquisition and Testing
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TECH NOTE - IEEE1588:2008 PTPv2-Switches and Grandmaster Clocks
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