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The Spectrum MX.46xx series is replaced by the M4x.44xx series digitizers.
The Spectrum MX.46xx series digitizer cards are 16-bit digitizers in a PXI format with a maximum sample speed of 3MS/sec. Depending on the model you will have up to 4 channels. Channels can be combined for differential inputs.
All cards in the MX.46xx series have a maximum of 64MSample on board memory. In FIFO mode, it is possible to simultaneously forward the data to PC memory and retrieve new data.
There are also extensive trigger capabilities such as pulse width triggering and and/or triggering for the analogue and digital channels. All Spectrum digitizers also have acquisition modes such as Multiple recording (segmented memory), Gated sampling and ABA mode (sample speed switching) for data reduction.
All digitizers come with an extensive package of software support. Drivers for Windows and Linux operating systems (32 bit and 64 bit) are included. Example programs and drivers for C/C+++, LabVIEW (Windows), MATLAB (Windows and Linux), LabWindows/CVI, IVI, NET, Delphi, Visual Basic and Python are available, as well as a basic licence of the Spectrum software SBench 6.
Open the datasheet for detailed specifications of this product.
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