GE Bently Nevada's Adre Portable DAQ System

Aug. 21, 2008
Eliminates the Need for Tape Recording


Adre portable DAQ system uses high-resolution recording to a hard drive, eliminating the need for tape recording. It targets machinery test stands as well as field-installed machinery applications where up to 128 channels of data must be collected simultaneously for extended periods of time. Its highly scalable architecture allows users to populate the instrument with only the number of channels required for the application. Up to 32 channels of asynchronously sampled or 24 channels of synchronously/asynchronously sampled data can be acquired with one 408 DSPi.