PhilG Posted August 20, 2019 Share Posted August 20, 2019 1. The documentation says, "The analog inputs has the following features, 500 kS/s aggregate input." By aggregate, does it mean that if I record all 8 analog channels, the data rate is (500 kS/s divided by eight channels = 6.25 kS/s per channel? 2. Suppose I record only one analog channel at the 500kS/s conversion rate. The documentation says the logger has a max logging rate of 400 kS/s. Thus the conversion rate is greater than the logging rate. Will OpenLogger be able to log data for say 1000 samples without losing data or is the conversion rate effectively throttled down to the logging rate? 3. Digilent is calling their analog outputs "DC Power Supplies". Isn't the so-called power supply outputs powered by nothing more than Digital to Analog Converter chips? Why use the foreign terminology and just call them the industry typical DA outputs? You don't have to answer this one, just a peeve of mine. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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