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What the official roadtesters will receive (and be able to keep after their review is completed):
|Raspberry Pi4 Model B
|Sensor Adapter (Mil to BNC)
About the Sound and Vibration Measurement Hat for Raspberry Pi
The Sound and Vibration Measurement Hat for Raspberry Pi (MCC 172 IEPE Measurement DAQ HAT) features two channels for making sound and vibration measurements from IEPE sensors like accelerometers and microphones. It features a 24-bit A/D per channel and a maximum sample rate of 51.2 kS/s/ch. Up to eight MCC HATs can be stacked onto one Raspberry Pi.
All DAQ HATs include C/C++® and Python examples and open-source library. Comprehensive API and hardware documentation are also provided.
There are five devices in the MCC DAQ HAT Series. Models are available with voltage inputs, thermocouple inputs, IEPE-based sensor inputs, analog outputs, and digital I/O allowing users to configure multifunction, Raspberry Pi-based data logger solutions.
About the Vibration Sensor
The 603-Series includes alternative sensitivity models, hazardous area approved models, dual output models and models with an integral cable.
|Feb 12 2022
|March 15 2022
|March 17 2022
|March 24 2022
|March 31 2022
|element14 Progress Report Follow Up
|April 30 2022
|Reviews due by
|May 30 2022
Terms and Conditions
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The following applicants have been selected as official roadtesters:
According the diagram on page 19 of the sensor manual, we can fix the sensor on a surface with a 1/4-28 UNF-2B screw, right? So, if the surface is a thin sheet metal, you can make a hole an use a male…
Jan Cumps I hope so! I'm preparing my application and I will upload it within the deadline, for sure! If we're both selected we can of course work together, sharing infos and goals to speed up the learning…
The kit arrived. Action photo:
The whole contraption, sensor + adapters + cable, are heavier than I envisioned - I'll have to upsize my test gig design.
Thank you roadtesters for 100% completion on this roadtest.
No it's not, you are right. But it was disabled by the website. There was no button for joining and instead there was a disabled button-like indication like "this enrollment is not available for your region". Probably because it detected my Turkish IP address. Unfortunately it's too late now, enrollment is closed. I hope I can attend next time if a similar product comes out.
I started to develop a LabVIEW driver
First C development: Sound and Vibration Measurement: MCC172 DAQ Hat for Raspberry Pi - C development
A look at the DAQ HAT: Sound and Vibration Measurement: MCC172 DAQ Hat for Raspberry Pi