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RogaDAQ2 Digital USB Sensor Interface AC,DC, IEPE DAQ

The RogaDAQ2 USB DAQ is developed for highly accurate measurements in the T&M and also for NVH measurements. This USB Front End is optimized for noise and vibration measurements with 2 channel IEPE (ICP®) sensor supply.

Main feature of the RogaDAQ2 is the driver and free software concept. Special drivers are not needed ; the unit is detected by the PC as standard Soundcard.

Measurement programs like ArtemiS, Audacity, DASYLab, LabView, Levelcheck, MatLab, PAK by Müller BBM, RogaREC, Smaart works directly in real time.

2 Channel AC/DC IEPE NVH Sensor Interface
USB NVH Sensor Interface AC,DC, IEPE DAQ
Modal Analysis Kit
RogaDAQ2 Impulse Hammer Vibration Sensor NVH Analyzer software
Linux / Ubuntu with Plug.n.DAQ Series & RogaDAQ2

Ane de Jong, kindly provides us with his Linux implementation for reading 2 channel Digital IEPE – USB Sensor Conditioner data from Plug.n.DAQ series and RogaDAQ2, using Linux ALSA sound system.

Here you can find the code library for Acoustic Signal Processing

by Anne de Jong

2 channel Digital IEPE - USB Sensor Conditioner RogaDAQ2

  • Simple sensor digitization
  • No driver installation
  • 2 channel AC, DC  IEPE supply independently switchable
  • Compatible with NVH Analyzer, DASYLab, and most signal analyzer softwares.
  • Plug.n.Play capable with Windows, iOS, Android, MacOS and Linux
  • DC up to 24 kHz, with IEPE from 0.3 Hz to 24 kHz (-3dB)
  • Sampling rate 48 KHz

Digital ICP Sensor Interface RogaDAQ2 Impulse Hammer and IEPE Vibrationsensor

Transfer Function and Coherence Analysis Module

The RogaDAQ2 supports as first USB Soundcard on the market, measurements from 0 Hz up to 20 kHz and IEPE sensor supply.

Range input is fixed to +- 5 Volt and can not be changed by any Windows programs.

RogaDAQ2 ICP interface is available including FFT Analyzer Software, Sound Level meter and FRF Analysis Program.

ICP® is a registered trademark of PCB Group, inc., Depew, New York

Subject to alterations

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