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Rugged Digital MultiMeter I/O Board for Aerospace & Robotics Testing

The board is compatible with all of UEI's chassis and is ideal for demanding test and monitoring environments By Mike Ball / 07 Dec 2023
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UEI rugged digital multimeter boardUnited Electronic Industries (UEI), a provider of data acquisition, test, and control hardware solutions for aerospace and defense applications, has launched a new 6.5 digit digital multimeter (DMM) I/O board. The DNx-DMM-261 brings DMM functionality to UEI’s rugged and easily distributed chassis series, and is ideal for demanding environments such as UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) and robotics testing, ground systems and equipment monitoring, armament testing, and fueling systems.

The DNx-DMM-261 board offers several important improvements over standard DMMs, while keeping all the accuracy, functions, and features of common “box” DMMs, and features a -40 °C to +85 °C operating range. It is calibrated in compliance with the ISO 17025 standard, can be used in all UEI chassis, and provides DC voltage input ranges from 300 VDC to 100 mVDC, AC voltage from 250 VAC to 125 mVAC, DC current ranges from 2A to 1mA, AC current ranges from 2A to 1 mA plus two and four wire resistance measurement ranges from 100 MΩ to 10 Ω. AC measurements are true RMS. The DNx-DMM-261 board can be used with many cable and screw terminal options as well as with several different switch boards that allow the DMM to easily interface to larger multichannel systems.

The DNx-DMM-261 is supported by the included UEIDAQ Framework which provides a comprehensive, easy to use API supporting most popular operating systems and programming languages. As with all UEI PowerDNA products, the DNx-DMM-261 is backed by a 10-year availability guarantee and a standard 3-year hardware warranty, with the ability to extend up to 10 years.

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Posted by Mike Ball Mike Ball is our resident technical editor here at Unmanned Systems Technology. Combining his passion for teaching, advanced engineering and all things unmanned, Mike keeps a watchful eye over everything related to the unmanned technical sector. With over 10 years’ experience in the unmanned field and a degree in engineering, Mike’s been heading up our technical team here for the last 8 years. Connect & Contact