- 14 bit transient recorder
- 4 synchronous channels with seperate A/D
- Maximum sampling rate 50 MS/s on 4 channels
- High dynamic range
- Up to 256 MSample memory
- 6 input ranges between ±200 mV and ±10 V
- FIFO mode up to 50 MS/s sum samplerate
- Input offset up to ±200%
- Automatic offset calibration
- Synchronisation to multi-board system possible
- 32 Bit PCI interface
- Compatible with 3,3V and 5V PCI I/O-Voltage
M2i - new generation of PC instruments
The new M2i card series generation is the successor of the former MI series. The M2i series offers some outstanding features:
Completely new developed base card
4 GByte memory with one slot width
Optimized low jitter clock section
Multi, Gate, ABA with programmable pre, posttrigger and timestamp
Zero phase delay synchronization
AND/OR conjunction of trigger/gate
Please click on one of the following links to get detailed information on the sucessor cards of the M2i series: M2i.4020, M2i.4021, M2i.4022, M2i.4030, M2i.4031, M2i.4032
The MI.40xx is best suitable for applications that need high sampling rates as well as a maximum signal dynamic. These boards offer a resolution 4 times higher than 12 bit boards. On the MI.40xx every channel has its own amplifier and A/D converter. Each input channel could be adapted to a wide variety of signal sources. This is done by software selecting a matching input range, an input impedance and an individual input offset. The user will easily find a matching solution from the six offered models. These versions are working with sampling rates of 20 MS/s or 50 MS/s and have one, two or four channels and could also be updated to a multi-channel system using the internal synchronization bus.
Data is written in the internal 8 MSamples up to 256 MSample large memory. This memory could also be used as a FIFO buffer. In FIFO mode data could be transferred on-line directly into the PC RAM or to hard disk.
FIFO Mode: continous data transfer up to 100 MB/s [more...
Ringbuffer: Recording with Pre- and Posttrigger [more...
Standard memory 8 MSamples
Option memory upgrade to 16 MS, 32 MS, 64 MS, 128 MS or 256 MS on-board memory
Channel Trigger: Recognition of level and edge [more...
Window Trigger: Trigger at window enter or leave [more...
Pulsewidth Trigger: Trigger on defined pulsewidth [more...
OR Conjunction: Several trigger sources are or'd [more...
Steepness trigger between two levels [more...
External Trigger: Input or output of external TTL signal [more...
Option Multiple Recording: Recording of trigger events with high repetition rates and very small dead time [more...
Option Gated Sampling: Recording controlled by gate signal [more...
Option Timestamp: Time stamping of trigger events [more...
External Clock: Input or output of sampling clock [more...
Reference Clock: Used to generate sampling clock [more...
Option Synchronisation: Direct synchronisation of up to 4 cards [more...
Option Star-Hub: Synhronisation of up to 16 cards without phase delay [more...
Option Extra I/O: 24 digital I/O + 4 analog outputs [more...
Option Digital Inputs: Additional 2 synchronous digital inputs per analog channel [more...
Standard drivers for Windows and Linux as well as examples for C/C++, Delphi and Basic are included in the delivery [more...
Firmware update in the Spectrum Control Center[more...
SBench 5: Comfortable measurement software for windows [more...
Option LabVIEW drivers: Libraries and examples for LabVIEW[more...
Option DASYLab driver: Direct access to cards with DASYLab [more...
Option MATLAB driver: Universal driver for all cards [more...
Option VEE driver: Libraries and examples for Agilent VEE [more...