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UBS DATA ACQUISITION MODULES
The USB data acquisition (DAQ) family gives you the choice and flexibility to create solutions that evolve and expand according to your changing measurement needs. You can quickly and easily acquire, measure and analyze data from electrical, mechanical, physical and acoustical phenomena.
The DAQ series includes multifunction measurement modules, simultaneous-sampling measurement modules, and digital input/output (DIO) modules. These versatile modules are able to work as standalone and modular devices (slottable into the U2781A product chassis). The thermocouple signal conditioner option is available for temperature measurements with the multifunction measurement modules. Also available: complementary standalone DIO modules.
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The EECL is now entering its second decade of delivering significant, meaningful solutions to meet the global energy challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century, providing their students and researchers the experience and tools for a lifetime contribution. With a focus towards market driven solutions, products developed at the EECL in partnership with their Industrila Sponsors have reduced pollution in the atmosphere by millions of tons and have saved over 14 billions cubic feet of natural gas.
Envirofit International, community smart grid effort FortZED, InteGrid, Solix Biofuels, and the Global Social & Sustainable Enterprise Program now stand alongside the EECL, increasing their ability to develop solutions which have a global impact.
- EECLresearch focuses on Fuels, Energy Conversion, and Energy Distribution.
- They applications are concentrated in transportation, air quality, indoor air quality, village energy systems, and distributed energy.
- Their capabilities are based on our world-class laboratories: Large-bore engine lab; Diesel lab; Grid based renewable energy laboratory; and their advanced clean cookstove lab.
- EECL global field resources allow them to test and refine applications and ideas in the global marketplace
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In our ongoing work with students at the University Science Malaysia, we are developing low-wind speed wind turbines for electric power generation. Many parts of South East Asia have relatively low wind speeds (less than 5 m/s) and thus are considered inappropriate candidates for wind power. With generator and turbine optimization, however, it has been shown that wind power can compete with solar in some rural settings which lack grid penetration.
Other projects include optimization of CNG mixing and combustion in automotive engines, low-speed torque tuning for turbo charged engines, and investigations of linear optical scanners.
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