Portable high-speed data acquisition system DDR200-P

Fully portable out-of-the-box data acquisition solution

17″ W X 13.6” H X 9” D, less than 28lbs.

Supports up to 192 channels of analog input or any combination of ADC/DAC.

User-programmable, simultaneous sampling of up to 20 million samples/channel/second.

RAID storage up to 16 terabytes<. Many external signal conditioning options available.

Daqscribe DAQ recorders are delivered as turnkey solutions, pre-installed with our DaqHunter software license and backed by our standard 12-months hardware warranty and 90-days of software support.

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Portable high-speed signal acquisition and data recorder DDR200-P


The DDR200-P is a compact, high-speed digital data recorder system that is designed for mobile test & measurement operations. The recorder can be deployed within minutes and ready to accept up to hundreds of analog sensor channel-inputs.

The system can be configured and operated locally from the unit’s keyboard or by a networked remote PC. The DDR200-P is delivered pre-installed with our award-winning DaqHunter™ software, complete with its easy-to-manage operator’s GUI.

User’s familiar with our legacy, rack-mount digital data recorder systems will find the same level of processing power and performance within the smaller DDR200-P chassis.

The new packaging supports the latest generation of a quad and hex-core processors, contains a generous amount of system memory and features hot-swap RAID data drives. A selection of motherboard options is available to accept nearly any state-of-the-art and commercially available ADC and DAC.

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Customer’s with Daqscribe’s legacy ADC/DAC boards and expansion chassis will be pleased to find that these valuable and expensive components can be incorporated into the new DDR200-P. This is a clear and inexpensive upgrade path to partially preserve valuable test and measurement assets.

Ask us about our tech refresh or system upgrade programs for early DDR200 models.

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