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small size ADC card

small size ADC card

small size ADC card


I need a small size (approx 50 mm by 100 mm) low noise 16-channel ADC card sending data on gigabit ethernet for real time data acquistion.
Minimum sampling (simultaneous) requirement per channel is approx 48 Ksamp/s/ch.

I know i ask for lot of things in very small size but if any one know some commercially available adc cards near these specification, let me know it please.


RE: small size ADC card

You'll probably have more luck finding a tiny Single Board Computer that has those interfaces. Ethernet is almost a given. 16 channels of ADC is a lot.  "Low noise" is relative.

RE: small size ADC card

Thanks for reply. Do you have any SBC in mind which may be useful for me?

RE: small size ADC card

As an example, here's one I just found using Google. SBC65EC, ~58mm square. 12 analog inputs, not 16.


There are quite a few data acquisition modules using the search terms: Ethernet 16 analog inputs. But most appear to be bigger than your size constraint.

If you can wait, others may reply after the holiday weekend.


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