Accurate analog and digital sensor measurement data for CAN applications.
The stackable K-AN8 is our cost-effective solution for measuring analogue and digital/PWM sensors in one module. Extremely easy to use and stackable with all of our other K-series instrumentation modules supported with 8 Analog inputs with variable input sampling rates.
The K-AN8 includes our unique power down and WakeOnCAN feature for quick installation on long term unattended fleet test vehicles.
Accurate sensor measurement data is transmitted periodically on the CAN Bus enabling multiple K-Series modules to be connected together.
The K-AN8 CAN Bus settings, calibration and sampling rates are all configurable and stored even when not powered.
■ 8 Analog inputs with variable input sampling rates (8 channels at 1k Hz, 4 channels at 5k Hz)
■ PWM: 3 inputs frequency measurements, counters or pulse measurements
■ Outputs: 4 Relay outputs (Optional)
■ Regulated +5V and +24V output power supply for external sensors
■ Supplied with configuration software, Influx K-Cal for Windows® and configurable via a DBC file
■ Instrumentation data time synchronised with recorded vehicle network data via CAN
■ Galvanic isolation between modules (enclosure, power, CAN BUS and analog input module)
■ Stackable ABS enclosure
The essential start-up kit for new K-AN8 users.
This kit is ideal for applications that will measure pressures, voltages, currents, PWM, RPM, digital counters or IEPE sensors, with everything needed to set-up and test from the workbench.
Our versatile multi-DAQ K-AN8 Kit is a cost-effective solution to measure multiple sensor types within one module.
K-Cal, the all in one K-Series instrumentation tool.
K-Cal is freely distributable and supports all K-series modules.
■ Calibrate sensor channels and output calibration reports
■ Set CAN Bus baud rate and message identifiers
■ Set individual signal channel configuration and scaling, using formulas and tables
■ Set signal sampling rates
■ Construct, Edit and Export DBC files for CAN bus data
■ Monitor signals live with a graphical window