January 20, 2018 7:15 AM ET

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Company Overview of Measurement Computing Corporation

Company Overview

Measurement Computing Corporation designs and manufactures data acquisition devices for programmers and non-programmers. It offers USB data acquisition boards and modules with analog input and output (I/O), digital I/O, and counters/timers; portable data loggers for voltage, temperature, humidity, current, encoder, and digital I/O monitoring needs; Ethernet-based data acquisition solutions for portable or distributed applications; Bluetooth and Wi-Fi based solutions for local or remote data acquisition applications; Ethernet-based E-TC thermocouple measurement devices for remote temperature measurement and control applications; PCI and PCIe data acquisition boards available with analog input...

10 Commerce Way

Norton, MA 02766

United States

Founded in 1989

Phone:

508-946-5100

Fax:

508-946-9500

Key Executives for Measurement Computing Corporation

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Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Measurement Computing Corporation Key Developments

Measurement Computing Corporation Announces Release of WebDAQ Internet Enabled Data Loggers

Measurement Computing Corporation announced the release of WebDAQ internet enabled data loggers. WebDAQ devices offer a complete and easy-to-use remote data acquisition solution. In an age of mobile applications and connected devices, the ability to access data remotely is more important than ever. WebDAQ offers a new data logger architecture that allows configuration and access to the data from anywhere in the world. With an embedded web server, users can configure and run simple to complex data logging operations, log data, set alarm conditions, and view the data in real-time from anywhere on an internet-enabled device. Each device includes 3GB of internal storage, SD card input, and support for USB flash drives. Data can be viewed and downloaded remotely and can be converted to .CSV files compatible with Microsoft Excel and other analysis software. The WebDAQ supports both triggers and alarms to respond to event conditions, control digital outputs, and send notifications through email or SMS messages. The WebDAQ Series provides an all-in-one package with no software to load, and no additional hardware to buy. The WebDAQ web server is optimized for both desktop and mobile devices. Users can perform acquisition tasks from phones, tablets and laptops with a single, intuitive user interface. The WebDAQ 316 temperature logger features 16 thermocouple inputs with up to a 75 S/s sample rate. The WebDAQ 504 vibration/acoustic logger offers four IEPE inputs for direct accelerometer or microphone measurements and a 51 kS/s per channel sample rate. Both models provide 24-bit resolution plus four digital I/O for triggering and alarming functions. The WebDAQ 316 is available now. The WebDAQ 504 vibration/acoustic logger will be available later in 2017.

Measurement Computing Corporation Releases USB-1808 Series of High-Performance DAQ Devices

Measurement Computing Corporation announced the release of the USB-1808 Series of high-performance DAQ devices. These devices feature eight, 18-bit high-resolution, simultaneous analog inputs and sample rates up to 200 kS/sec per channel making them ideal for high-speed applications which need high resolution and accuracy. USB-1808 Series devices also offer two analog outputs, four digital I/O lines, two counter inputs, and two quadrature encoder inputs. They feature synchronous I/O which allows users to read analog, digital, and counter inputs, and generate analog and digital outputs at the same time. Software options for the USB-1808 Series includes DAQami™ and TracerDAQ® to display and log data, along with comprehensive support for C®, C++®, C#®, Visual Basic®, and Visual Basic .NET™. Support is also included for DASYLab® and NI LabVIEW™. OEM versions of the USB-1808 Series are available and feature a board-only design with header connectors.

Measurement Computing Corporation Announces the Release of DASYLab 2016

Measurement Computing Corporation announced the release of DASYLab 2016. DASYLab is a data acquisition software application that allows users to configure custom acquisition, analysis, and control applications in minimal time and without programming. DASYLab 2016 enhancements include a new state machine module, support for double-precision data, larger block sizes and more. In contrast to other graphical programming environments, DASYLab has a very short learning curve. Applications can be configured in a few minutes rather than days or weeks. Users interactively develop PC-based data acquisition applications by simply attaching functional icons. Real-time displays, math and analysis, and control functions are all included. New Features in DASYLab 2016: State Machine Module - Easily set up sophisticated sequences more easily and efficiently. Users can reorder steps, or insert, delete, or append steps at any position in the State Machine. Support for Double-Precision Data - Internal data format changed from a 32-bit float to a 64-bit double for data connections between modules. This structure enhancement supports high-resolution measurements and significantly increases accuracy. Larger Block Sizes - Block sizes up to 1 MS are now supported. Support of larger block sizes increases the resolution and accuracy of block-related operations such as FFT. Support for TDM/TDMS File Format - Users can read/write National Instruments (NI) technical data management (TDM) files and TDM streaming (TDMS) files. TDMS files combine the benefits of several data storage formats – ASCII, binary, XML, and database - into one file format. Enhanced DASYLab DDF File Format - DASYLab 2016 can read and store double-precision data. DASYLab saves all data channels that contain measurement data, TTL signals, histogram data, and calculation and scaling results in a binary DASYLab data format (.ddf) file. Support for Python 2.7.10 - The Script module supports Python 2.7.10 and many Python libraries in the public domain. Support for Virtual Time Bases - Users can refer data sources such as a Switch, Slider, or Generator module to a virtual time base, and then change the synchronization to the real time base for all modules at once. Support for Windows® 10/8/7 32/64-bit.

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